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Confessions of an Entrepreneur: Your Inner Entrepreneur

Confessions of an Entrepreneur: Your Inner Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurs are kind of like artists. Every 7-year-old is an artist. But few 22-year-olds are. And most every 7-year-old is an entrepreneur too—selling lemonade or girl scout cookies. But few adults are. Somehow, along the path of life, we lose that entrepreneurial spirit.

March 23, 2021 | By Mark Zweig

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Confessions of an Entrepreneur: The Typical Entrepreneur

There may be some qualities these successful entrepreneurs have that bond them together — qualities not everyone possesses. Here are some I have observed in the preponderance of successful entrepreneurs I have met and/or worked with over the years.

September 29, 2020 | By Mark Zweig

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7 Ways the I3R Grant Will Help Transform the University of Arkansas

The announcement of a $194.7 million grant to the University of Arkansas from the Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation is notable for its amount, but far more significant because of its potential for making a positive, lasting impact on our campus, our state, and the future of higher education.

July 30, 2020 | By Matt Waller

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Confessions of an Entrepreneur: Real Estate Investing 101

We never had a huge operation compared to some, but for most of each of the last 10 years or so we probably sold $5-10 million worth of properties annually through our design/build/development/property management company, Mark Zweig, Inc., and were pretty well-known in the area for doing high quality projects.

July 29, 2020 | By Mark Zweig

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An Internship Like No Other

Internships are a rite of passage for most college students, providing a bridge between what they learn on campus and what they will experience in the professional world.

July 8, 2020 | By Deb Williams

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Higher Education for Business is NOT Broken

It’s popular these days to bash higher education. All you hear about is the high cost of it and the excessive debt that students take on to get “useless” degrees. And then there is plenty of criticism for how we teach it. Some say the system is completely broken.

April 8, 2020 | By Mark Zweig

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A Journey Toward Empathy

The journey toward becoming a more innovative organization (or individual) requires opening yourself up to a deep understanding of the people you identify as users or customers.

March 13, 2020 | By Jessica Salmon