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Entrepreneur's Startups

Entrepreneur's Startups

Summer 2020

Entrepreneur's Startups is for anyone dreaming of launching a business. Entrepreneur's Startups is the must-have resource for hands-on insights and information on how to get your business off the ground and running in no time. Published three times a year, with each issue you'll discover countless business ideas, see how others got their start and how you can too

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United States
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English
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Entrepreneur Media Inc.
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2 min
entrepreneur's startup guide us

EDITOR IN CHIEF Jason Feifer CREATIVE DIRECTOR Paul Scirecalabrisotto DEPUTY EDITOR Stephanie Schomer PHOTO DIRECTOR Judith Puckett-Rinella EDITORIAL MANAGING EDITOR Monica Im SPECIAL PROJECTS EDITOR Tracy Stapp Herold COPY CHIEF Stephanie Makrias RESEARCH Laura Bullard, Eric White INTERN Renna Hidalgo CONTRIBUTING ART DIRECTOR Nancy Roy CONTRIBUTING EDITOR Liz Brody CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Adam Bornstein, Clint Carter, Cliff Ennico, Chenoa Farnsworth, Eric Solomon, Claire Zulkey ENTREPRENEUR.COM EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Dan Bova SOCIAL MEDIA AND CONTENT MANAGER Andrea Hardalo DIGITAL FEATURES DIRECTOR Frances Dodds DIGITAL CONTENT DIRECTORS Kenny Herzog, Jessica Thomas ASSOCIATE EDITOR Matthew McCreary DIGITAL MEDIA DESIGNER Monica Dipres DIGITAL PHOTO EDITOR Karis Doerner RESEARCH INTERN Wednesday Almero GREEN ENTREPRENEUR EDITOR IN CHIEF Jonathan Small NATIONAL ACCOUNT DIRECTOR Hilary Kelley CONTRIBUTING EDITOR Lindsey Bartlett PRODUCT TEAM AD OPERATIONS DIRECTOR Michael Frazier AD OPERATIONS COORDINATOR Bree Grenier CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER Jake Hudson VP, PRODUCT Shannon Humphries ENGINEERS Angel Cool Gongora, Michael Flach FRONTEND ENGINEERS Lorena Brito, John Himmelman QUALITY ASSURANCE TECHNICIAN Jesse Lopez SENIOR DESIGNER Christian Zamorano GRAPHIC DESIGNER…

1 min
never let ’em see you sweat

Are you serious about wanting to be a better negotiator? Then learn to play poker. A good poker player is almost always a good negotiator. Consider the lessons poker teaches you: • Use a “poker face” to conceal your emotions.• It isn’t so much the hand you’re dealt as what the other players think you’ve got. If you get a great hand and show too much enthusiasm, the other players will fold early and leave you with a small pot, but if the other players think you have only a mediocre hand, they’ll stay in the game and leave a lot more money on the table.• Likewise, if you truly have a mediocre hand, by making the other players think you’ve got something better, they’ll yield to their insecurity and fold…

7 min
what’s your deal?

WANT MORE HOW-TO ADVICE? PICK UP OUR COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE, START YOUR OWN BUSINESS, AT ENTREPRENEUR.COM/SYOB. If you’re in business, you’re a negotiator. You have no choice. Business doesn’t happen unless two or more people enter into a transaction. This can be as simple as buying inventory or as complicated as a merger of two public companies. Without transactions, business doesn’t happen, and every transaction involves a certain amount of negotiation. If I had to pick one of the scariest challenges facing every first-time entrepreneur, it would be learning how to negotiate. Nobody (except perhaps a lawyer) likes to negotiate—it’s confrontational, it involves a certain amount of “playacting,” and it may put you in the position of thinking you’re “putting something over” on another human being. In a big company, you had the luxury…