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Entrepreneur Magazine

October/November 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

What Entrepreneurs Need to Know About the End of Windows 7 • Upgrading your team to new Windows 10 computers can be a smooth, seamless process.

10 REASONS TO UPGRADE TO WINDOWS 10 TODAY • Don’t leave your small business open to security risks when support for Windows 7 ends. Consider the following reasons your company will benefit from upgrading.

Entrepreneur

Win Over Your Haters • Some people aren’t nice. But you can change them. All you need is a little psychology.

What Does Success Look Like? • Marc Randolph stepped down as Netflix CEO—and he couldn’t be happier about it. He explains how it happened, and how it made him rethink what a leader really is.

Get Out of That Work Slump • Feeling unproductive? Disinterested in the tasks on your desk? It happens. We asked six entrepreneurs how they refocus their energies and get the job done.

Inside Mailchimp • MAILCHIMP WANTS ITS EMPLOYEES to think creatively—and the company will do just about anything to get its staffers’ minds to open. The online marketing company hosts weekly innovation labs, design studios, and brainstorming sessions. Once a month, a brand-wide “coffee hour” invites employees to explore new ways of thinking via a speaker series that’s featured everyone from rapper Big Boi to a 74-time Jeopardy! champ. As a result of all this, departments have learned to embrace unexpected paths to creativity—and the company has grown rapidly, cracking $600 million in annual revenue. Here’s some of what’s happening at its Atlanta headquarters.

Networking Is the Best Insurance Policy • When I lost my job, I felt like I lost everything. But I hadn’t. Here’s how I built a network that helped me rebound even stronger—and build a seven-figure podcast business.

Build a Better Sales Force • What do you do if you can’t make the sale? Take a look at who’s selling. That’s how Her BlueWear sold its products to cops—by building a team its customers would trust.

Is My Idea Good? • Should you continue to invest in your product or service, or move on to your next idea? Here’s how to search for (and find!) product-market fit.

4 Tips for Turning a Side Hustle into a Full-Time Business

100 Powerful Women • Women know how to fight the good fight—and they won’t back down until the job is done. Get to know 100 female-led businesses and brands that are creating change and redefining the rules of success.

Super-nerd • KARLIE KLOSS created a coding camp for girls, but the biggest takeaway isn’t how to code. It’s how to defy expectations.

KLOSS’S BOSSES • We asked the model and entrepreneur to identify the women whose work, businesses, and impact she admires. Here’s what she had to say.

WHY I’M THANKFUL FOR MY SUCCESS

100 Powerful Women

THE BIG QUESTION ABOUT DECISIONS • If you could go back and change one business decision you made, what would it be?

THE BIG QUESTION ABOUT LEARNING • What did you know the least about when starting out, and how did you get up to speed?

3 SURPRISING BENEFITS OF WRITING NOTES ON PAPER

THE BIG QUESTION ABOUT INVESTING • You’re an investor—what’s the most memorable thing an entrepreneur did to win you over?

THE BIG QUESTION ABOUT COMFORT • How do you engage customers in uncomfortable conversations?

THE BIG QUESTION ABOUT SOCIAL GOOD • How do you strike a balance between selling a product and promoting a cause?

A Business Is More Than Its Revenue Numbers

From Flying High to Pizza Pie •...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 126 Publisher: Entrepreneur Media Inc. Edition: October/November 2019

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  • Release date: October 8, 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

What Entrepreneurs Need to Know About the End of Windows 7 • Upgrading your team to new Windows 10 computers can be a smooth, seamless process.

10 REASONS TO UPGRADE TO WINDOWS 10 TODAY • Don’t leave your small business open to security risks when support for Windows 7 ends. Consider the following reasons your company will benefit from upgrading.

Entrepreneur

Win Over Your Haters • Some people aren’t nice. But you can change them. All you need is a little psychology.

What Does Success Look Like? • Marc Randolph stepped down as Netflix CEO—and he couldn’t be happier about it. He explains how it happened, and how it made him rethink what a leader really is.

Get Out of That Work Slump • Feeling unproductive? Disinterested in the tasks on your desk? It happens. We asked six entrepreneurs how they refocus their energies and get the job done.

Inside Mailchimp • MAILCHIMP WANTS ITS EMPLOYEES to think creatively—and the company will do just about anything to get its staffers’ minds to open. The online marketing company hosts weekly innovation labs, design studios, and brainstorming sessions. Once a month, a brand-wide “coffee hour” invites employees to explore new ways of thinking via a speaker series that’s featured everyone from rapper Big Boi to a 74-time Jeopardy! champ. As a result of all this, departments have learned to embrace unexpected paths to creativity—and the company has grown rapidly, cracking $600 million in annual revenue. Here’s some of what’s happening at its Atlanta headquarters.

Networking Is the Best Insurance Policy • When I lost my job, I felt like I lost everything. But I hadn’t. Here’s how I built a network that helped me rebound even stronger—and build a seven-figure podcast business.

Build a Better Sales Force • What do you do if you can’t make the sale? Take a look at who’s selling. That’s how Her BlueWear sold its products to cops—by building a team its customers would trust.

Is My Idea Good? • Should you continue to invest in your product or service, or move on to your next idea? Here’s how to search for (and find!) product-market fit.

4 Tips for Turning a Side Hustle into a Full-Time Business

100 Powerful Women • Women know how to fight the good fight—and they won’t back down until the job is done. Get to know 100 female-led businesses and brands that are creating change and redefining the rules of success.

Super-nerd • KARLIE KLOSS created a coding camp for girls, but the biggest takeaway isn’t how to code. It’s how to defy expectations.

KLOSS’S BOSSES • We asked the model and entrepreneur to identify the women whose work, businesses, and impact she admires. Here’s what she had to say.

WHY I’M THANKFUL FOR MY SUCCESS

100 Powerful Women

THE BIG QUESTION ABOUT DECISIONS • If you could go back and change one business decision you made, what would it be?

THE BIG QUESTION ABOUT LEARNING • What did you know the least about when starting out, and how did you get up to speed?

3 SURPRISING BENEFITS OF WRITING NOTES ON PAPER

THE BIG QUESTION ABOUT INVESTING • You’re an investor—what’s the most memorable thing an entrepreneur did to win you over?

THE BIG QUESTION ABOUT COMFORT • How do you engage customers in uncomfortable conversations?

THE BIG QUESTION ABOUT SOCIAL GOOD • How do you strike a balance between selling a product and promoting a cause?

A Business Is More Than Its Revenue Numbers

From Flying High to Pizza Pie •...


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