Friday has arrived!
Here are a few great reads from the week:
- Who doesn’t love Girl Scout cookies? Here’s why the young women who sell them tend to become entrepreneurs, from Inc.
- Outsourcing tasks for the first time can be nerve-racking, but the Young Entrepreneur Council has some great tips to get you going.
- Love is the best school, according to this piece in The New York Times. It also alters your brain — how you think and react.
- The Suitcase Entrepreneur offer three steps to creating a business that runs without you. Passive income, anyone?
- Don’t be one of those writers who says there are things you won’t do, suggests Hope Clark.
- Want Twitter fame? Mashable shares a fun new app that can make it happen.
- Facebook’s now offering Interest Lists, and Whitney Parker explains how brands can use them effectively.
- Oh! And because of a blog post I wrote about renting vs. owning, Nightly Business Report brought a camera crew to my apartment this week. Perfect example of making your own luck!
Speaking of #MYOL, the first round of my social media course ends today. I’m sad to say goodbye to all of these wonderful participants! But the course has gone so well that I’m planning to offer it again during the next few months. If you’re interested in details, sign up to have me notify you when enrollment opens.
Enjoy your weekend!