I bookmark endless resources “to be read” at some point in the future. The sad thing is, that future rarely comes. I wish I had more time for reading & sharing some worthwhile resources.
On that note, here are some resources you might enjoy:
- What are your startup’s philosophies? It’s a good question, and one I’ve wanted to respond to for awhile. I just haven’t had the time to articulate something intelligent enough. So instead, I give Matt Moore a long overdo link and hope that others can pick up the slack!
- Social Media impacts much more than Marketing. Another post that I’ve wanted to comment on for quite some time. Jeremiah Owyang is right on the money in his asset of social media and how it will percolate through all aspects of your business in the very near future. He doesn’t mention recruiting, where I think the principles of social media have yet to be implemented successfully…
- 100 Financial Calculators Every Entrepreneur Needs. An exhaustive list of financial tools you can use to help your business. My recommendation for entrepreneurs of any stripe (small business, startups, solopreneurs, freelancers, etc.) is to find a great accountant (the picture on this post is worth the visit!) For that matter, if you can, find a great bookkeeper too. You should always be aware of your financial status; don’t rely blindly on accountants and bookkeepers, but get help.
- The 100 Best Business Finance Posts of All Time. This ought to keep you busy for the weekend…or two. There are a number of great posts on raising financing. I also found the section on outsourcing and employees interesting.
- All Entrepreneurs Burnout, It’s Just a Matter of Time. OK, not the most inspiring or fun topic, but an important one nonetheless. Darren Herman provides us with a number of worthwhile resources to counter the burnout effects.
- Characteristics That Make a Startup a Startup. The shortest post of them all – Chris Conley gets right to the point. What do you think of his points? Do you agree? Disagree? Tell him.