Share Your Story on The HBS Blog

By Carleigh Lowe Wednesday, May 18, 2011

The best thing about our day is talking to YOU, our clients and learning about your stories and unique journeys as entrepreneurs. Now, we want you to share your story on The HBS Blog. I hope you find the questions below helpful to get the juices flowing. If you want to Share Your Story on The HBS Blog, we would love to hear it. Please submit it to our Managing Editor, Carleigh@delawareinc.com.

1.    Where were you and when did you come up with the idea for your business?
2.    What inspired you to take the leap and start your business?
3.    Can you talk a little bit about what you needed to start-up, whether equipment, training, or seed money? How did you secure those things and get what the business needed to get started?
4.    What was your first concrete step in starting your business?
5.    Share with the Harvard Community a situation that turned out to be one of your greatest challenges as a business owner? How did you handle it?
6.    Can you talk a little bit about specific things that you have done in order to survive in business during economic downturns, recessions, and otherwise tough times?
7.    What would you say is one of your biggest pet peeves as a business owner? How do you cope with it? What do you find most challenging about running a business?
8.     What do you find is the most rewarding aspect of owning your own business?
9.    If you could offer a piece of advise for those out there who are just starting out or thinking of starting a small business, what would it be?
10.    What are you up to now? What are you looking forward to?

Please also include your name, company name, website, contact info and a brief explanation about your business.

Disclaimer

THE AUTHOR OF THIS BLOG ARTICLE IS NOT A LAWYER AND HARVARD BUSINESS SERVICES, INC. IS NOT A LAW FIRM. THE ARTICLE ABOVE IS NOT INTENDED AS LEGAL ADVICE AND SHOULD NOT BE TAKEN AS LEGAL ADVICE. THIS SHORT ARTICLE IS STRICTLY TO MENTION SOME ASPECTS OF DELAWARE’S CORPORATION LAWS AND/OR LAWS RELATING TO OTHER FORMS OF ENTITIES WHICH YOU MAY NOT BE FAMILIAR WITH. WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU CONSULT WITH A LAWYER BEFORE FORMULATING A STRATEGY WHICH WILL BE SUITABLE FOR YOUR SPECIFIC CASE.

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