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Opening a Juice Bar - How to Start a Business - Resources for Entrepreneurs - Gaebler Ventures - Chicago, Illinois

<b>Breaking Into the Juice Bar Business</b><p>Health-conscious consumers have created a market for a range of "healthy lifestyle" products, including flavorful …

How to Open a Juice Bar

1<p><b>Study successful juice bars that you know of, and analyze their products as well as their marketing strategies.</b> By learning from the best in the …

How to Stock a Bar

Have you ever wanted to have your own bar? Creating a bar in your home is fun and easy! To do this, you will need to stock the bar with the necessary …

How to Open a Bar

Opening a bar can be a very risky business. But with great risks usually come great rewards. In order to be a successful bar owner, dive head-first …

10 Must-Read Inspiring Biographies of Business Leaders

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Starting a business from the ground up can be at times lonely, stressful and all-consuming. Take a break and read the advice from successful entrepreneurs who've mastered the fields of technology, fashion, retail, real estate and …

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7 Things Great Entrepreneurs Don't Do

4 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>These days, everyone with a MacBook and a blog thinks he’s an entrepreneur. Well, here’s a little tough love for the entrepreneurial generation: Calling yourself a CEO doesn’t make you one and a small army of Twitter followers …

Entrepreneurship

Business Tips From Once Homeless Billionaire, John Paul DeJoria

When John Paul DeJoria started John Paul Mitchell Systems in 1980, he was briefly homeless, sleeping in an old Rolls Royce along L.A.’s Sunset Strip. But he and cofounder Paul Mitchell squirreled together $700 and hit the pavement, peddling their shampoo door-to-door. Today Paul Mitchell is $1 …

5 Things Super Successful People Do Before 8 AM

Rise and shine! Morning time just became your new best friend. Love it or hate it, utilizing the morning hours before work may be the key to a successful and healthy lifestyle. That’s right, early rising is a common trait found in many CEOs, government officials, and other influential people. …

5 Small Workspace Changes That Will Make You More Productive

It’s two o’clock in the afternoon and your mind has gone blank. Your fingers hover over the keys as you struggle to capture your last thought. You can’t think of an immediate reason for your lag in productivity, but you suddenly feel distracted and restless.<p>Often when we feel tired or blocked, our …

9 Lessons From A 10-Time Startup Failure

<i>“Nine out of ten businesses fail; so I came up with a foolproof plan — create ten businesses.”</i>— Robert Kiyosaki<p>Well spoken by Kiyosaki.<p>But what’s it like to live through 10 failed startups and still come out with a 3 million dollar company?<p>Meet Kurt Theobald, Co-Founder and CEO of Classy Llama.<p>Yes …

3 Life-Changing Habits of High Performers

2 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>When it comes to being successful, high achievers have a number of habits in common. But that doesn't mean you can't be right up there with them.<p>Here are three qualities all successful people share and how you can make them your …

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Phil Libin On Evernote’s Close Call: Just 3 Weeks of Cash Left During The 2008 Financial Crisis

While Evernote now has north of 75 million users and a valuation that’s reportedly more than $1 billion, the company faced many close calls. In fact, it had just three weeks of cash left during the 2008 financial crisis when an investor bailed at the last minute, said CEO Phil Libin today at Y …

Summly founder: teen entrepreneurs have the net advantage

Digitally native teenagers can spot market opportunities that older entrepreneurs can't, 17-year-old app millionaire Nick D'Aloisio has said, encouraging young people to use the internet to start their own projects rather than pursue traditional jobs.<p>Speaking at the first Wired 2013 Next Generation …

Founders to young entrepreneurs: 'find a gap in the market and own that problem'

Speaking at Wired Next Generation, founders Nick D'Alosio, Emily Brooke and Jamal Edwards urged the young business leaders of tomorrow to seek out …