Developing a more Entrepreneurial Montana

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Psychologist – technology entrepreneurs frequently experience hypomania. “What, are you crazy?”

While Gartner doesn’t actually call entrepreneurs crazy, he does say they’re not entirely normal.

Wise words of advice from some young entrepreneurs

Remember, these are not all of the principles required to run a successful business, but they were the ones deemed most important by these young entrepreneurs.

Selling for Survival

The ability to show people that your product helps them succeed is a basic skill crucial to any venture

Entrepreneurial Leadership Training at Stanford University

"To EDUCATE the general Stanford community on high-tech leadership and entrepreneurship. To assure highest-grade QUALITY of speakers who come to Stanford. To create a FUN environment for listeners and speakers to learn from each other."

SBA Announces Web Chat Series for Small Business Owners

The U.S. Small Business Administration is launching a live Web chat series on entrepreneurship beginning in July. The monthly chat sessions will feature successful entrepreneurs fielding questions from the participants.

Online Compendium of Promising Practices in Entrepreneurship

Using a series of roundtable discussions involving experts and practitioners, CFED identified "entrepreneur friendly" policies and programs

Do you have the right stuff to become an entrepreneur?

What does it take to be successful starting a business?

It’s the Entrepreneurs, Stupid!

On attracting, keeping and nourishing entrepreneurs. Here’s how.

What Not to Do – A seasoned entrepreneur reveals the 17 most common mistakes startups make and how to avoid them — plus, the 5 things you must do to ensure success.

"I wanted to make a company that didn’t make any of these mistakes. I wanted to see if I could come up with the perfect company."

Jump-starting the start-ups – ASU program (funded by local entrepreneur) encourages student entrepreneurs

The money is funding a program to cultivate student business start-ups. It is part of a trend at business schools nationwide to help good ideas become moneymaking ventures.