Nice Wall St. Journal Online Small Biz Blog List

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Today’s Startup Journal (part of the Wall St. Journal online) has a feature on what small business owners can learn from blogs.  I am thrilled that Escape from Cubicle Nation made the list, and invite you to check out the others, some of which I am familiar with, and others that I am eager to check out.  The list includes:

For new readers from the WSJ, here is a sample of writing from this blog to give you a taste of what’s here:

My swan song to corporate consulting which caused quite a stir for a few days (drew 20,000 hits and 400 incoming links the first 2 days .. a record for this blog!)
Open letter to CXOs across the corporate world

Follow up letter to corporate employees:
Open letter to employees across the corporate world

Managing your life topics if you are or are considering becoming an entrepreneur:
Avoid becoming the stressed-out, overworked entrepreneur
Overwhelmed with too much to do?  Outsource everything possible

Building your business and networking:
How to avoid fright-inducing link sharing and networking techniques
How can you find great mentors?
How do you introduce yourself?

Developing the mindset of an entrepreneur:
5 ways to get out of “job” mentality when starting a business
Here is a picture of my 10 million dollar yacht

Overcoming fears:
Is there a sure-fire way to know if your new business will be a success?
Is starting a small business impossible if you are the sole income earner in your family?
Why is it so scary to go from corporate drone to entrepreneur?

Finally, a popular post on operating in a global environment that has excellent tips from readers in the comments section:
How not to be a cultural knucklehead in a global business world

Welcome new readers, and thank you to all of you who have frequented and contributed to this blog!

One Response to “Nice Wall St. Journal Online Small Biz Blog List”

  1. I’m kinda bummed out didn’t make it in this list. We help entrepreneur find the right franchise by guiding them through the process. Oh well, maybe next year 🙂