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Weekend Reading List

Futurpreneur | July 28, 2017

It’s time for a roundup of some great content we found over the last few weeks online for entrepreneurs. Need a weekend read? Here is a list to power through and help motivate and inspire you this weekend.

10 TEDxTalks for when you want to start a business

Starting a business is in no way a simple project. It’s a long-term commitment that will greatly change a person’s life. For the entrepreneur that needs some inspiration, watch and listen to these 10 TEDxTalks geared for people looking to start a business.

How I changed my social media habits in order to be happier– Kaia Roman

Social media messages are powerful and can bring great changes to the world and connect people who otherwise wouldn’t. Despite this, there is an overwhelming amount of content and it can negative effects on our psyche and moods. This article highlights this subject and analyses the question: “How could I stay informed and active in solutions and peace for the planet while also maintaining my own inner peace and joy?”

The Missing Piece of Your Winning Formula– Shama Hyder
“That’s business”, is usually a sentence to describe or justify the actions of oneself when confronted with a question of ethics. Many entrepreneurs ask themselves and others what the missing piece of the puzzle when it comes to booming success. This article talks about empathy and how it is most likely the missing element in one’s success.

Why being pissed off is a great way to start a business– Deena Drewis
Businesses start in various ways and there isn’t a ‘perfect’ or ‘foolproof’ way to start a business per say. An article on GirlBoss’ blog talks about this subject with this Q&A with Lisa Messenger, founder of The Messenger Group.

Creating a Great Company Culture at your Startup– Miles Burke

Every company, whether small, medium or big, has culture. Whether one is officially placed, or is understood without being said allowed, there is always a culture in play in the workplace. It all starts with the company’s mission and vision and from there emerges a unique feeling to which employees act upon. This article explores and defines what company culture is, and explains how to have a positive one for your startup.

Happy Reading!