06.22.16

5 Telltale Signs of Entrepreneurial Burnout (and What To Do About It)

By: Karl R. LaPan, President & CEO, Northeast Indiana Innovation Center Entrepreneurs are a special breed of people. They tend to be intense and do everything to the fullest extent possible. Work hard and play hard, right? While this motto can contribute to their success, oftentimes it can work against them. Yes, I am referring […]

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06.03.16

3 Unconventional Keys to Business Success

By: Karl R. LaPan, President & CEO, Northeast Indiana Innovation Center If you want to improve your company, where might you begin? It turns out sometimes the keys to success are not always conventional. Here are a few you might not have previously considered: Encourage and nurture intellectual curiosity — yours and others. Are you fostering […]

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06.01.16

Starting a Business: Fantasy vs. Reality

By: Michael Fritsch, Entrepreneur in Residence, Northeast Indiana Innovation Center When one starts thinking about what it takes to start a business, the initial thought that comes to mind is that it would be simple to do so. It’s an easy straight line from beginning to end. Right? You start with an idea, get some […]

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05.26.16

Women Entrepreneurs, Example Not Exception

By: Odalys Miranda, WEOC Although published in 2011, this TED talk is still relevant to the woman entrepreneur. The lack of funding for women entrepreneurs is one of the reasons WEOC exists for YOU the entrepreneur. Gayle Tzemach Lemmon touches base with how women are overlooked in economic development through her experiences with international women […]

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05.25.16

Embrace the Power of No

By: Karl R. LaPan, President & CEO, Northeast Indiana Innovation Center The word “no” can come with a lot of baggage. Being on the receiving end of a no can be a blow to one’s ego, but saying yes to everything isn’t a good strategy either. It’s only going to make you feel overwhelmed. And […]

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