If you think 50 Cent is just another artist amongst many, then you’re dead wrong. 50 is one down-right bad-ass entrepreneur who could teach us all a thing or two. Here 50graphic.com has put together 5 empowering and actionable lessons that without a doubt, will take your hustle to the next level, and accelerate your path to success.
What do you call successful business people who build their businesses from the ground up, sell them for a huge profit and then start all over again? They are commonly known as geniuses or some might even call them crazy, but we call them the Serial Entrepreneurs. Here App Data Room presents some of the most successful serial entrepreneurs, their background and some advice to help you get started on your journey to be one.
Still wondering if entrepreneurship is it for You? Check out the following infographic to find out what are the tips and tricks which includes 10 signs you might be an entrepreneur.
There have been many famous lawyers throughout history who, in addition to practicing law, also built and ran successful businesses or participated in ventures that didn’t always relate directly to law. This tradition of lawyers investing time and resources into other unrelated ventures has continued over time. The following infographic highlights a few entrepreneurial lawyers who have found great success in other ventures they chose to develop or invested in after receiving their law degrees.
Healthcare is always growing and changing, and there are always new people helping to make it better and more efficient. Check out the infographic below to learn about the most influential health entrepreneurs for 2013.
This infographic from TopManagmentDegrees.com not only displays what we already know (that unfortunately 75% of startups end up failing), but also offers solutions to any potential obstacle.
Have you ever wondered if you you have what it takes to be an entrepreneur? Follow the letters and numbers in this decision tree/flowchart which leads up to four possible end points that will tell you how you stack up.
Till now, the making of millionaires and their journeys have been illustrated in biographies, articles and news. But today, another medium will be the added to the list. FATbit presents the “Biographic.” They have chosen the web entrepreneur and founder of two successful companies, Neil Patel. to grace the first ever biographic made. Learn everything about Neil’s life, struggles, and achievements with a pinch of humor.
‘Canadian Women In Entrepreneurs’ from Micro Business Perspectives by Vistaprint highlights Canadian women entrepreneurs, women owned businesses and the demanding work week of these hard working business women. Did you know 1 out of 3 Canadian entrepreneurs is a women? Learn more in the infographic below.
In this infographic from Best Accounting Degrees, discover 10 entrepreneurs that went big and call nothing but the Valley home. Veterans and newbies alike rock the worlds of tech, social media, and business.
Can a Marvel superhero have a real-life counterpart? What do Tony Stark and Elon Musk have in common? This fun infographic by VCARS compares the two entrepreneurs.
This infographic from Tech-FAQ takes a look at some world-famous dropouts who have contributed to the development of modern technologies. People like Thomas Edison, one of the most prolific inventors who created the light bulb, motion pictures, and other devices. Or the Wright Brothers, who are known as the Fathers of Flight, creating the first airplane. These and others who did not have formal education are all featured below.
When we hear the word “entrepreneur,” we tend to conjure up images of tech magnates or other computer-based startup business owners. However, the process of small business ownership goes back much farther, with roots stemming as far back as the Middle Ages. To see how the field of entrepreneurship has changed throughout history – as well as what the startup culture might look like for future generations of enterprising business owners – check out the following infographic from Homestead
There are not many startups that made it to a billion dollar valuation, but here are the few that did make it. In the infographic below, Staff.com has included a quick look at companies that started in 2004 and onwards (the year when Facebook was founded).