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Entrepreneur Magazine

Mar 01 2019
Magazine

Entrepreneur magazine is the trusted source for growing your business and offers surefire strategies for success. Whether you are just thinking of starting a business, have taken the first steps, or already own a business, Entrepreneur offers the best advice on running your own company

Forget Desire. Focus on Value • How do we get what we want? By focusing on someone else’s interests first.

THE CHANGING FACE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP 3 WAYS TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS

Lilly Singh Aims Beyond YouTube • Social media stardom has a downside: Few who achieve it can transcend the digital platform and build a lasting brand. But with her new production studio, Lilly Singh intends to do just that.

Getting Your First “Yes!” • When launching a business, even the smallest victory can feel like a pivotal milestone. We asked six entrepreneurs: How did you get your first big win?

Don’t Wait Until Tomorrow • What’s the greatest killer of companies? Corporate consultants Benjamin Gilad and Mark Chussil, who have worked with hundreds of giant brands, have an answer: It’s waiting to act on something that needs to be done right now.

Built to Last • When the founders of MZ Wallace set out to create a long-lasting handbag, the fashion industry wouldn’t listen. But two decades later, their design is iconic.

Inside Dollar Shave Club

Be a Client…or a Cofounder? • Not everyone can afford a great manufacturer, distributor, or other big partner. So what then? Here’s how three entrepreneurs chose to supercharge their business—by actually bringing their partners into the company.

The Low-Risk Road to Success • There’s no surefire, guaranteed way to launch a business. But by focusing on these fundamentals, you’ll increase your chances of thriving.

IT TAKES TWO • Drew and Jonathan Scott, the home-renovating stars of HGTV’s PROPERTY BROTHERS, have built an entertainment empire out of hard work, an eye for design, and a healthy dose of schmaltz. And they owe it all to this belief: In business, two heads are better than one.

FREE ADVICE from the PROPERTY BROTHERS • The Scotts share their best tips on working together (and staying sane) with two Entrepreneur readers.

THE RULE I BROKE • What happens when you blow off the traditional wisdom of starting a business? Take it from these 11 entrepreneurs: THINGS CAN WORK OUT EVEN BETTER.

THE SUPREME ZEN OF LOVING YOUR HATERS • In the years since founding Moon Juice, AMANDA CHANTAL BACON has been laughed at, ridiculed, and troll-mobbed more than most entrepreneurs will be in a lifetime. Then she used it all to grow her company.

Silent Bob Gets Real • Director Kevin Smith created memorable big-screen stoners. Now they’re a legitimate business.

HOW THIS ENTREPRENEUR TURNED $ 18,000 INTO A CBD POWERHOUSE • PureKana CEO Cody Alt shares his top insights on scaling an in-demand brand.

From Grub to Ganja • How I used my online food-delivery expertise to build Dutchie, an online cannabis-delivery startup.

Capturing a Bygone Smoke • How do you build a brand that feels artisanal and handcrafted? Henry’s Original wanted to go vintage, but it isn’t always easy re-creating the past.

Franchise Love at First Sight • When Conserva Irrigation hired a new PR agency, it got more than just a publicist—it found a passionate pair of franchisees.

The Long Road to Success • Hao Lam’s life has been defined by persistence. As a young adult, he used it to escape Vietnam. Now he channels his determination into growing his tutoring franchise, Best in Class Education.

How to Hire a Law Firm • No one likes paperwork. And in the always-complicated world of franchising, there’s plenty of it. Three franchise-industry vets talk about how to identify your legal needs—and find the best lawyers...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 108 Publisher: Entrepreneur Media Inc. Edition: Mar 01 2019

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Entrepreneur magazine is the trusted source for growing your business and offers surefire strategies for success. Whether you are just thinking of starting a business, have taken the first steps, or already own a business, Entrepreneur offers the best advice on running your own company

Forget Desire. Focus on Value • How do we get what we want? By focusing on someone else’s interests first.

THE CHANGING FACE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP 3 WAYS TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS

Lilly Singh Aims Beyond YouTube • Social media stardom has a downside: Few who achieve it can transcend the digital platform and build a lasting brand. But with her new production studio, Lilly Singh intends to do just that.

Getting Your First “Yes!” • When launching a business, even the smallest victory can feel like a pivotal milestone. We asked six entrepreneurs: How did you get your first big win?

Don’t Wait Until Tomorrow • What’s the greatest killer of companies? Corporate consultants Benjamin Gilad and Mark Chussil, who have worked with hundreds of giant brands, have an answer: It’s waiting to act on something that needs to be done right now.

Built to Last • When the founders of MZ Wallace set out to create a long-lasting handbag, the fashion industry wouldn’t listen. But two decades later, their design is iconic.

Inside Dollar Shave Club

Be a Client…or a Cofounder? • Not everyone can afford a great manufacturer, distributor, or other big partner. So what then? Here’s how three entrepreneurs chose to supercharge their business—by actually bringing their partners into the company.

The Low-Risk Road to Success • There’s no surefire, guaranteed way to launch a business. But by focusing on these fundamentals, you’ll increase your chances of thriving.

IT TAKES TWO • Drew and Jonathan Scott, the home-renovating stars of HGTV’s PROPERTY BROTHERS, have built an entertainment empire out of hard work, an eye for design, and a healthy dose of schmaltz. And they owe it all to this belief: In business, two heads are better than one.

FREE ADVICE from the PROPERTY BROTHERS • The Scotts share their best tips on working together (and staying sane) with two Entrepreneur readers.

THE RULE I BROKE • What happens when you blow off the traditional wisdom of starting a business? Take it from these 11 entrepreneurs: THINGS CAN WORK OUT EVEN BETTER.

THE SUPREME ZEN OF LOVING YOUR HATERS • In the years since founding Moon Juice, AMANDA CHANTAL BACON has been laughed at, ridiculed, and troll-mobbed more than most entrepreneurs will be in a lifetime. Then she used it all to grow her company.

Silent Bob Gets Real • Director Kevin Smith created memorable big-screen stoners. Now they’re a legitimate business.

HOW THIS ENTREPRENEUR TURNED $ 18,000 INTO A CBD POWERHOUSE • PureKana CEO Cody Alt shares his top insights on scaling an in-demand brand.

From Grub to Ganja • How I used my online food-delivery expertise to build Dutchie, an online cannabis-delivery startup.

Capturing a Bygone Smoke • How do you build a brand that feels artisanal and handcrafted? Henry’s Original wanted to go vintage, but it isn’t always easy re-creating the past.

Franchise Love at First Sight • When Conserva Irrigation hired a new PR agency, it got more than just a publicist—it found a passionate pair of franchisees.

The Long Road to Success • Hao Lam’s life has been defined by persistence. As a young adult, he used it to escape Vietnam. Now he channels his determination into growing his tutoring franchise, Best in Class Education.

How to Hire a Law Firm • No one likes paperwork. And in the always-complicated world of franchising, there’s plenty of it. Three franchise-industry vets talk about how to identify your legal needs—and find the best lawyers...


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