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Andrew Constable MBA is a Forbes magazine contributor focusing on entrepreneurship, growth marketing and OKR development.

Key Skills Of A 21st-Century Entrepreneur And Why They’re Important

Being a 21st-century entrepreneur is a demanding and exciting challenge. This article discusses the key skills needed to be a 21st-century entrepreneur

Why Entrepreneurs Must Develop A Growth Mindset For Their Businesses

Why should entrepreneurs develop a growth mindset?. This article discusses why this is an important skill to learn.

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How To Build Resilience As A Startup Founder

One of the most common themes I see in different businesses is the need for startup founders to think about their weaknesses and work to overcome them. This article discusses why this is an important skill to learn.

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Four Things That Can Help Grow Your Business In 2021 And Beyond

The question of how to grow your business in 2021 can be difficult to answer. This article discusses some methods to do this.

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Why The Characteristics Of The Entrepreneurial Mindset Matter

An entrepreneurial mindset sometimes referred to as a growth mindset, is a collection of skills that allow individuals to harness opportunities, overcome obstacles, learn and implement strategies and thrive in all sorts of competitive environments. This article discusses some methods to do this.

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Product-Market Fit Is Crucial But Don’t Forget About What Should Come First

Marc Andreessen, the founder of Andreessen Horowitz, notably stated that a business went through two stages: before product-market fit and after.

This article discusses some methods to do this.

What OKRs Are, And How To Avoid Three Common OKR Mistakes

You may have heard about objectives, goals and such, but what are OKRs? OKRs stand for “objectives and key results” and were first introduced at Intel Corporation by Andy Grove, the legendary CEO. OKRs evolved from other management methods, such as management by objectives, and have been applied across businesses ranging from early-stage startups to global enterprises.

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