It’s time for a roundup of some great content we found over the last few weeks online for entrepreneurs. Need a weekend read? Here is a list to power through and help motivate and inspire this weekend.

Feeling Lonely? 5 Ways to Cure the Entrepreneurship Blues – Shopify
The rate of loneliness has doubled in the last 30 years, and entrepreneurs can be more at risk for mental health issues and loneliness. Dayna Winter shares on the Shopify blog five ways to cure those entrepreneurship blues when you seem to be stuck in a rut.

Why Millennials May Just Be the Best Entrepreneurial Generation Ever – Entrepreneur
A study released in 2014 found that 94% of Millennials are interested in putting their skills to work to benefit a cause, and as an on-demand, instant-gratification generation, why would they wait when it comes to making a difference? Jason Haber talks about why this generation may be the best entrepreneurial generation ever in his article on Entrepreneur.

Being a Mompreneur and a Full-Time Employee – YouInc
Mom’s climb mountains every day for their children, but balancing motherhood with the demands of running your own business, on top of having a full-time career, can easily wear anyone down. YouInc shares tips for Mompreneur’s on growing their business while still juggling a full-time career.

8 Things You Should Do Every Day Before 8 A.M. to Be More Productive – Inc.
Do you feel like superman or a zombie every work day? Benjamin Hardy shares his tips for things you can do each day before you head into the office that will help set you up for success and be more productive.

5 Things Your Brand Isn’t Doing on LinkedIn (But Should Be) – Hootsuite
LinkedIn is the most professional of the social networks, and shouldn’t be treated like anything else. So how do you make sure your brand is taking the right approach on this network? Emily Copp shares the things your brand may not be doing on LinkedIn but should be.

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