If you are attentive to life, you will have learnt already that your current knowledge won’t be enough to take you where you are going. Besides, if you have found out how to get all your business goals, you would have gotten them by now.
Here is a list of websites need to take more seriously as you chart your course towards business success.
1. Inc.com Magazine
The part of the site most useful to new entrepreneurs is “Start-Up.” It’s loaded with super helpful reads on the dos and don’ts of business. Giving Inc. a quick glance a day wouldn’t be a waste of time.
Feeling a little down in the dumps? Need a little motivation? Entrepreneur.com‘s “Inspiration Station” is dedicated to providing entrepreneurs insights to the industry leaders and pioneers of our time. Whether things are rough or you’re just looking to kill some time in the office, make sure you have this bookmarked.
3. The Economist economist.com
The Economist offers a wonderful, global perspective of the economy at-large. Highlighting socioeconomic factors and political effects in the world market, The Economist might not directly relate to your daily operations, but they can put your work in perspective and remind you that you’re part of a bigger economy. Check out the business and finances section.
Bloomberg is a no-brainer for business owners. But a pretty sweet little nook on their website is the “Leaders” section. Great insights and pertinent stories for leaders at all levels are filtered into this section. The leadership section is especially geared toward helping you make the right choices. You might also want to watch Bloomberg Tv Africa on DSTV.
Another no-brainer publication for business-owners, Forbes’ “Entrepreneur” section is a great way to stay updated. The section is less advice-driven and more centered around news that is relevant and interesting to business owners.
6. A Smart Bear asmartbear.com
Jason Cohen is an experienced entrepreneur who’s had some serious success in the tech industry. He’s started four companies, each of them being profitable. His blog is great not only for techies and geeks, but entrepreneurs of all sorts.
7. Under 30 CEO under30ceo.com
More advice for entrepreneurs, but this site is especially geared toward a younger audience. If you’re fresh out of (or still in) University, this is the perfect place for you to check out as you explore your entrepreneurial spirit.