Recommended Blogs

Below is a list of interesting and informational entrepreneurship blogs that we feel are great resources for students.

 

Launch

  • blog.entrepreneur.com

    One of the leading magazines for entrepreneurs has a website with useful directories, blogs, and business ideas.

  • www.business-opportunities.biz

    Since 2001, they've posted 13,365 different business opportunities and ideas, so you're sure to find something here to inspire you.

  • www.drjeffcornwall.com

    Jeff Cornwall, Director of the Belmont University Center for Entrepreneurship, looks at trends in small business and entrepreneurship and their impact on individual business owners.

  • www.jonathanfields.com

    This blog by Career Renegade author Jonathan Fields is an ongoing discussion about the struggles and joys of owning your own business.

  • www.allbusiness.com

    This portal, owned by Dun & Bradstreet, always features new content for entrepreneurs and all types of business owners. Great blogs, reference sources, and videos. It's an excellent source for information on franchising.

 

Operate

  • www.successmanifesto.com/blogs/young-entrepreneur/

    Michael Simmons, bestselling author of The Student Success Manifesto explores what he calls "Extreme Entrepreneurship". It's a new blog, but the content is already outstanding.

  • www.smallbiztrends.com

    This is one of the most comprehensive content portals for small business owners. It offers coverage of trends, a community of experts, radio programs, newsletters and forums.

  • www.inc.com

    Billing itself as "the daily resource for entrepreneurs," Inc.com has great lists, email newsletters, advice, blogs, interviews and more. Particularly strong technology coverage.

 

Improve & Grow

  • www.gobignetwork.com/wil/

    9-time serial entrepreneur Wil Schroter, founder of the Go BIG Network, a networking site that helps growth-oriented entrepreneurs connect with investors, suppliers, co-founders and employees, uses his "no-BS" approach to tell entrepreneurs the way it really is that you won't read in the books.

  • www.escapefromcubiclenation.com

    Author and coach Pamela Slim has developed a large following of people who are going it alone in business.