This week’s articles discuss how to determine if you’re meant to be an entrepreneur, the importance of improving existing business ideas, the origin of common entrepreneur jargon and a list of tax mistakes that founders commonly make.
How to Tell if You’re an Entrepreneur [VIDEO] – Matt Silverman, Mashable
A short video that shows how you can identify whether or not you’re an entrepreneur.
Imitation Is the Sincerest Form of Fundability – Lora Kolodny, The Wall Street Journal
While some may criticize startups that replicate existing businesses, improving on what’s already out there is valuable to investors.
Odd origins of nine entrepreneurship words and phrases – The Washington Post
The history and origin of words that entrepreneurs commonly use.
7 Biggest Tax Mistakes New Startups Make – David Ehrenberg, Forbes
This list of seven common tax mistakes entrepreneurs make will help you avoid tax trouble down the line and save money.
This post was authored by Founders Workbench.