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This business article recommendation comes from Nick Galov, owner of the business Review42. he says this article, which was written by Richard Huford for the website Stout.com, helped him understand all the ways he needed to secure his business from hackers and cyberattacks.

“Although the article isn’t recent, the information is presented in a very clear way and based on some of the major legal acts,” says Galov. “As an IT expert, I appreciated the clarity of the article as I felt I honestly understood all of its main points. Of course, I needed more research afterward, but this article gave me a great starting point. ”

Ben Mirecki, founder of CarPages.com, recommends Josh Kaufman’s article “10 Ways to Evaluate a Market.” The article is a checklist that’s helpful in identifying the overall attractiveness of a new market.

“When considering investing in other markets, I like to reflect on Josh’s article and tick off each of his criteria during my research,” Mirecki says. “I think, If I were to start a new business, this article would definitely be an integral part of my own commercial strategy. For this reason, it is definitely one of the best articles I’ve read and I would definitely advise it to entrepreneurs when considering starting a business.”

This recommendation comes from Dawna Boone, owner of Valet Maids. The article, published in the Harvard Business Review by Andy Molinsky, explains how entrepreneurship is more about execution than ideas.

“Often times, having a great idea or concept is praised,” Boone says. “However, the execution is what matters in business and entrepreneurship. Ideas are the easy part; execution is the hard part.”

Next up is a Fast Company article by Veronique Lafargue called “How to Brainstorm Like a Googler.”

The article comes recommended by Amanda L. Grossman, owner of Frugal Confessions.

“Our brains hold amazing power to push through any problems, create the next off-the-chart ideas, and to make business better. We just have to know HOW to access all that power,” says Grossman. “This article was eye-opening, and gave me an insider’s look into what Google’s brainstorming process looks like. Specifically, pay attention to the 10X idea, as well as building a prototype. We can do all of these things in our own businesses, even if it’s just one person doing the brainstorming.”

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