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Entrepreneurs – 10 Business Tips from Barack Obama’s DNC Speech — 14 Comments

  1. Very thoughtful & well done post. I agree we are fortunate to live in a country where we can build our own business. As of 2012, there are almost 10 million women owned businesses generating over $16 trillion in revenue. Majority of African American businesses are owned by women, representing greater than 1.5 million businesses in the US. There are 1.48 million Hispanic women owned businesses and over 700,000 Asian American women owned businesses. Very creative to tie in President Obama’s speech to entrepreneurship. It is like you said the audacity to hope that leads us to create businesses and not spend our entire working life building someone else’s dreams.

  2. I cried and cried at his speech. So many lessons to learn from it! What a wonderful speech!

  3. This speech left me feeling so motivated. I will try to apply some of these lessons to my business.

  4. It was a really motivating speech! How cool that you could get so many great business tips from it. Thanks for sharing.

  5. What great lessons to be had. Being positive and believing in yourself is a great motivator. I believe if I set my mind to it I can accomplish it.

  6. So many people complain but never do anything about the situation. Become a part of the solution.

  7. The thing we have to remember is that everything we need is inside us. You know, whether you agree with his politics or you don’t, that man can talk!

  8. I think my very favorite line is the first. So many people want to complain about this or that, but they don’t do anything to help make the situation better. Complaining doesn’t help anyone in the least!

  9. I love how motivating speeches can be. It is amazing how many will not do anything about their situation in life or politics.

  10. There’s a lot within us if we harness it and use it. Those lines are super motivating!

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