Entrepreneur Tag

Instagram is the One Social Network Every Entrepreneur Should Use   Instagram is the number one way today we engage with our audience for SportsEpreneur. It consists of distribution of content, replying to comments, researching other great content, direct messaging, and overall branding. It’s one of the...

(this is a guest post from one of our editors, Caroline Ailanthus) These days, it seems like every week brings a new disaster—or maybe two. Of course, you wish you could do something. As a business leader, you have resources and abilities that most people lack,...

The Charlotte Knights are not a major-league team. They lack the deep resources, the top-notch roster, and the national media coverage of, say, the Chicago White Sox (the major-league team the Knights are affiliated with). But they do play great baseball. And if you live...

By no means is my business a finished product. Like most other companies, mine is a work in progress and probably always will be. And every day I wake up excited to work on the build.   The business world is something of a roller coaster, with wins and...

Next time you are walking around town, take a look at the shirts and hats people are wearing. You’ll probably see a lot of Chicago Cubs, Golden State Warriors, and Clemson Tigers apparel. These teams are all current champions in their respective leagues, so it...

It’s easy to become a commodity—where everyone looks to beat you up on price or spread. But if you follow these 3 ways, you will not be a commodity anymore. 1) Say NO! This is the most important one. You must have a willingness to say...

Last year I attended an entrepreneurial conference in Charleston, SC (great conference by the way, check it out here). During the event, I had a chance to interact with entrepreneurs, self-proclaimed entrepreneurs, and many people looking for money (err I mean asking for money) and...

The text said, “call me”. Instantly, I knew something wasn't right. I figured it wasn't anything tragic, but bad news nonetheless. I called my wife, who told me she was on her way to our son’s school. Mason had broken his wrist while playing soccer in...

There I was, enjoying my Sunday morning coffee on the couch in my Charlotte, NC home. This doesn’t happen often. With 3 kids, there is usually much to do. But on this morning, they were all at a sleepover, so I had some time off....

A hundred years ago, starting a business was a lot less complicated. There was no need for an EIN and there was no need to understand countless regulations relevant to your business. Purchasing multiple types of insurance and acquiring licenses was not necessary. And let's...