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Starting up your own business is one thing, but keeping it afloat is another. Is it more important to pay yourself or to reinvest in the company? Sometimes to keep your company going, you may have to get a steady part-time job on the side.
Nashville's Entrepreneur Center has done lots to help the entrepreneurial community, and it shows no sign of slowing down.
A music accelerator is finally coming to Nashville. Will it be a success in Music City?
The Pace Race
Entrepreneurship is a marathon, not a sprint. But how do you manage your pace when it seems that everyone else is so far ahead of you?
The gang talks about dealing with stress, or trying to deal with it.
Business and Pleasure
When do you turn a passion into a business, and can you run a business you have no passion for?
Not everyone is made for it, but how do you know? Do you choose entrepreneurship, or does it choose you?
Kane Harrison, Monica Selby, and Dave Ledgerwood talk about the 2014 finalists for the NEXT Awards.
When to Quit
Entrepreneurs are well known for sticking around until the bitter end, but when does the time come to walk away?
Get Your Stuff Together
What does it really mean for an entrepreneur to have their stuff together?
Unwritten Rules of Entrepreneurship
John Maddox returns to the fold to talk about the unwritten rules of entrepreneurship.
Starting up your own business is one thing, but keeping it afloat is another. Is it more important to pay yourself or to reinvest in the company?
Startups and Parenting
It's difficult enough to be involved in a startup business, but even more so when you're a parent.