Entrepreneurs Share The Most Important Traits For A Business Coach

Many entrepreneurs attribute at least some of their success to having a great business coach. Someone that asks the tough questions and can lend their experience and network when required. But finding a business coach isn’t easy. Your business and personal life are tightly interwoven. To find a productive relationship, there are many factors to … Read more

Doyle Electric Inc. marks 50 years of service in Walla Walla | Business

Doyle Electric Inc. is celebrating 50 years of business in the Walla Walla Valley. Friends, family and business associates joined in a surprise celebration to congratulate Leo Doyle and his five decades of success last week at the 1421 Dell Ave. business location. But Doyle said that what might be considered success was more what … Read more

The 3 Power Words All Entrepreneurs Need to Memorize

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You’ve set your goals, you have your vision and it’s time to take action. Now what? Well, it’s great that you’ve taken the first step – all great achievements start with this. But, we need to arm ourselves with these three important words. They will act as … Read more

Kimberly Rosales explains how to guarantee success as a female entrepreneur

The path to entrepreneurship is not an easy one, but it often involves added challenges for women. In a general sense, women consider entrepreneurship to be a good career option, but they have a lower perception of their entrepreneurial skills than men, are less confident in their entrepreneurial skills, and feel insecure about their knowledge. … Read more

Tom Purcell: Let’s unleash the entrepreneur | Columnists

I started my first business in the fifth grade when I convinced a neighbor to allow me to cut her grass with her electric lawn mower. That project ended in immediate failure. The mower was powered by a long extension cord – a cord I ran over and sliced ​​in two shortly after I began … Read more

Entrepreneurs, Here’s How To Overcome Rejection … Again

In any part of life, rejection can be painful. For entrepreneurs, rejection can be a surprising and painful blow. In fact, in my own experiences with entrepreneurs, I’ve seen that the ability to be generally successful in most things can make a sudden, major rejection become almost overwhelming. While rejection is hard, the way an … Read more

John Polacek | Community building on small businesses | Business

When Bethlehem Steel closed its doors in Johnstown in 1992, thousands of jobs were lost. Families began to tell their children that after graduation they needed to leave town to find a job. That advice and subsequent brain drain led to continued drops in Johnstown’s population. Fortunately, times have changed, plenty of family-sustaining jobs are … Read more

Let’s unleash the entrepreneur | Open

I started my first business in the fifth grade when I convinced a neighbor to allow me to cut her grass with her electric lawn mower. That project ended in immediate failure. The mower was powered by a long extension cord – a cord I ran over and sliced ​​in two shortly after I began … Read more