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This 17-Year-Old Fought Back Bullying By Starting a Company to Unite Teens

by Paul Joseph May 25, 2016 Featured

Valerie Weisler tells Entrepreneur Network partner Jessica Abo how The Validation Project is changing the lives of teenagers around the world.

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5 Advantages Young Entrepreneurs Have Over Older Counterparts

by Paul Joseph May 13, 2016 Featured

Sometimes, a lack of experience could be a good thing.

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5 Reasons to Start a Business In Your 20s and 30s

by Paul Joseph May 12, 2016 Featured

Younger professionals have more energy, motivation and enthusiasm than their elders. So, why not take advantage?

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10 Successful Kid Entrepreneurs Keeping Their Eyes on the Prize

by Paul Joseph May 2, 2016 Featured

To these motivated young hustlers, running a business is practically child’s play.

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America’s Youngest Workers May Be the Least Stable Generation on Record

by Paul Joseph April 29, 2016 Featured

There are high rates of anxiety, depression, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and other behavioral and mood disorders in this cohort compared with the members of previous generations.

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This 29-Year-Old Entrepreneur Was Rejected by 35 Potential Employers. Now, He’s the Co-Founder of a $1 Billion Startup. Here’s How.

by Paul Joseph April 26, 2016 Featured

Dan Kan, the lesser known co-founder of autonomous driving startup Cruise Automation, which was recently purchased by GM, took a windy road from college to Silicon Valley.

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How Entrepreneurs Can Capitalize On Their Alma Mater

by Paul Joseph April 20, 2016 Featured

Your university may have some surprising resources that can help your entrepreneurial endeavors.

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How to Avoid the 3 Mistakes That Cost Young Entrepreneurs Credibility

by Paul Joseph April 8, 2016 Featured

The biggest mistake in growing a company is to hire people who are underqualified for crucial roles and responsibilities.

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