Entrepreneurship


Marmot Properties are Bullish on Reno Entrepreneurship / Stories

After the economic crash of 2008, they lost their jobs just like millions of other people, but with MBA’s in their back pockets, starting a business together put a floor under their risk. The three Raydon brothers analyzed the economy of every decent sized city in the interior western United States. They left out the coast and didn’t look further than Denver. After thorough research,...

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A Life Worth Living as a Real Estate Social Entrepreneur: Eric Raydon Entrepreneurship / Stories

I sat down not once, but two times at Dreamer’s Coffee House to first interview Eric Raydon, then later collect the story of the company he co-owns, Marmot Properties. Eric seeks a life worth living through faith, family, friends and the greater good. His advice is to find your passion and follow it. Network relentlessly but not blindly because people that you know and trust are your base. He says...

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CEO & Founder of Coalition Snow & Zawadisha: Jen Gurecki Entrepreneurship / Stories / TEDx

When Jen Gurecki graduated with a degree in Journalism, it was the pre FOX news and pre twitter days. Journalism was a legitimate business and industry; people heavily relied on the stories you told because they provided facts to the world. As soon as she picked up on how dishonest and corrupt it could be, she walked. There was no integrity in changing or omitting stories...

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6 Tips for Excellence from Women in Business & Entrepreneurship Business / Entrepreneurship / Lists

Whether they are operating as a consultant, running a family business, or just launched a startup, women I’ve interviewed attribute excellence in the work they do to how they engage with others and the personal focus they keep to execute with purpose. The beauty of blogging as a storyteller is that I can go back through my notes and stories to find memorable quotes. In this article, I pulled 6 tips about how to maintain...

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