Tag Archives: entrepreneurship

Experience Entrepreneurial Freedom

At Monticello Strategies, our proprietary program, The Entrepreneurial Freedom Program, is based on the principles of our Founding Fathers—liberty, freedom, the right to self-determination and the pursuit of happiness. Numerous clients have engaged our program and achieved a level of personal and professional freedom and happiness that they had not envisioned as being possible. Our principles-based… Read More »

17 Business Titans Who Overcame Dyslexia

 Here’s a fascinating article from the Business Insider Does dyslexia come with hidden advantages? It’s counterintuitive — dyslexia is, after all, classified as a learning disability — but it’s a central question in Malcolm Gladwell’s new book, “David and Goliath.” Gladwell proposes that some of the world’s most accomplished people succeeded precisely because of this… Read More »

25 Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read

Founders And VCs reveal 25 books every entrepreneur should read in this interesting article published on the Business Insider website. The most successful VCs and company founders are constantly learning. That’s why we’ve rounded up the favorite, career-shaping books of well-known entrepreneurs and venture capitalists, from Amazon’s Jeff Bezos to Microsoft founder Bill Gates. The… Read More »

Jeff Bezos Runs The Most Intense Mentorship Program In Tech

Here’s an interesting article from Business Insider: Since the late ’90s, a series of lucky executives at Amazon have gotten an unbelievable opportunity to advance their careers. One person at Amazon always has a coveted job with nearly unlimited access to CEO Jeff Bezos, according to Bloomberg Businessweek’s Brad Stone. The job is officially called the technical assistant or advisor,… Read More »

Entrepreneurs are Crazy—and Right

 Here’s an interesting article from the FreeEnterprise.com web site. What, exactly, is entrepreneurship? In a new book, Worthless, Impossible, and Stupid, Babson Global professor Daniel Isenberg draws on his nearly 30 years of study on entrepreneurs to answer this very question. He finds that they all produce economic value by seeing opportunity where others see impossibilities.… Read More »