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How One Food Blogger Crafts Mouth-Watering Stories

Aside from her passion for food, Jennifer Lam has a knack for telling brands’ stories.

Back in the day of weblogs, Jennifer noticed that her food recommendations were highly sought after. So she created I Ate My Way Through. Today, the site has over 15 contributors and is a go-to destination for everything food and travel. Apart from blogging, Jennifer is also the founder of The Bamboo Garden, a digital agency that helps small businesses succeed online.

Read on to discover this Australian entrepreneur’s top tips for aspiring founders. Don’t forget to check out her page and learn more about her company.

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3 Inspiring Female Founders to Discover

All over the world, there are inspiring women building companies that harness their talent, passion and intelligence. Today, we’d like you to meet three female founders who are going after their dreams. These women are creating companies that mean something to them. Who will inspire you today?

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Top 3 Lessons Learned From a Health Enthusiast Turned Entrepreneur

Philip Kasumu decided one day that he wanted six-pack abs.

This obsession developed into a strong passion for overall nutrition and healthy living, which is now the main focus of his entrepreneurial journey. On a mission to help people gain control of their health through nutrition, Philip developed an app called Scanbite. New to the tech industry, he started a podcast as a way to build relationships with industry leaders and gain influence for his app.

We got the inside scoop on the evolution of Philip’s 2 startups, and learned three of his favorite tips for succeeding as a tech startup. Keep reading to learn what it takes to build a successful business with a mission and check out Philip’s page and game-changing app.

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Aspiring Entrepreneur? 5 Tips You Need to Hear

No successful entrepreneur got to where they are now without a fight.

If you’re an aspiring entrepreneur or founder, let’s just say you’re in for a real treat. We asked five entrepreneurs to give us their top tips for anyone looking to build their own company. Read on to get the inside scoop on what you need to know before you dive in head first.

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How One Chef Ignored The No’s + Found Her Passion

Jenny Dorsey has heard “no” more than once in her life.

But what’s so special about Jenny is that she’s ignored those no’s. After some time as a management consultant, Jenny dove head first into food and hasn’t looked back. Currently a chef and culinary consultant in New York City, Jenny is pursuing her dreams. She runs an underground restaurant with her husband and has even recently appeared on The Food Network.

We talked to Jenny about where and when her love of food started and got her three tips for any aspiring food entrepreneurs. Check out Jenny’s page and visit her website to discover more about her world of food.

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Why I Freelance: Tips From a Nomadic Designer

In our ‘Why I Freelance’ series, we talk to freelancers, new and old, on why they gave 9 to 5-ing the boot and get their tips for anyone looking to take the leap into freelance work.

Shawn Bankston is a seasoned freelancer with seven years of graphic design and creative directing under his belt. Currently traveling the world while working remotely on Remote Year, Shawn thanks his freelance lifestyle for even being able to consider the program.

We talked to Shawn about the ups and downs of freelancing, the biggest misconception of contract work, and even got his three tips for anyone interested in ditching their office job. Don’t forget to check out Shawn’s page to view his awesome portfolio.

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What It Takes for High School Graduates to Succeed in College

It’s that time of year: graduation season.

Across the country, seniors in high school are walking across stages and receiving their diplomas. Amidst the celebrations, many of these new graduates are gearing up for the next chapter of their lives: college.

Unfortunately, not all high school graduates who find their way to a university campus are guaranteed to finish with a degree in hand. Nationally recognized speaker and author Antonio Neves finds this is unacceptable. So, he decided to do something about it. What did he do? He wrote 50 Things Every College Student Should Know.

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