Entrepreneurs

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Seeing success
Determine your entrepreneur style to get past your blind spots
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This post originally appeared at Entrepreneur.com.

Entrepreneurs are leaders who can see into the future with inspired vision, championing highly competent teams to make the seemingly impossible possible. That is the intent at least. There are times when you may feel overwhelmed, work harder instead of smarter and generally fear that you’re doing it wrong. The truth is, whether you would like to admit it or not, entrepreneurs and executives have blind spots -- everyone has them.

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Starting right
Four guideposts for keeping your startup grounded
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This post originally appeared at Entrepreneur.com. America is in the midst of an entrepreneurial renaissance. Incubators are popping up everywhere, investors are coming out of the woodwork. America, pat yourself on the back! Life-long corporate employees are quitting their jobs to strike out on their own. People are starting businesses with the potential to bring countless benefits that no one can predict, assuming of course, the startup survives the transition to a thriving business. The process is not what it looks like. Read More
Hello, World
Welcome to BetaBoston
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If you want to get a sense for the impact startups, biotech, hackers, and makers are having on Greater Boston, the evidence is right around the corner: Buildings rising up from parking lots, coworking spaces bustling with activity and optimism. It's happening in Kendall Square and the Innovation District, of course, but in Downtown Crossing and Davis Square, too. Read More