Entrepreneurs sometimes find themselves at important crossroads.
Sometimes it can seem like so many meetings are being scheduled that they are getting in the way of completing actual work projects.
Small-business owners and entrepreneurs are used to running their companies on what may be a small staff and a limited amount of startup funding.
Sometimes, despite training and determination, managers and founders attempt to interact with their workers in ineffective ways.
The business world has changed rapidly in the past decade, and strategies that were effective in the recent past no longer are.
Entrepreneurs and would-be entrepreneurs often come up with a number of different business ideas before they find the right one.
Last year, venture capitalists invested $29.4 billion in 3,995 deals, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers and National Venture Capital Association's MoneyTree Report for Q4 2013.
A pitch can make all the difference in securing venture capital investment or startup funding for an entrepreneur.
Small-business lending is a thriving sector right now, and players in it range vastly in terms of quality and strategy.
In her recent book, Washington Post reporter Brigid Schulte explores the phenomenon of overwork in America.