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 you this weekend.

Seven Lessons From Building a Six-Figure Business in High School – Sebastian Dobrincu
This article on Entrepreneur features a the story of how a high school student started a successful social media marketing platform. Sabastian’s success has given him much insight on what it takes to be a young entrepreneur.

24 Inspiring Books Every Business Leader Should Read – Christina Desmarais
You’ve read the Art of War and now you are wondering what other books you should read to tickle your business bone. This article lists the top 25 inspiring books that every business leader should read.

The Best Time to Post on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram – Hootsuite
Live tweeting at an event or during the Grammy’s makes a lot of sense, but when should someone schedule their posts? It’s clear that you should probably post when everyone is looking, but when is that exactly?

Five Tools Startups Should Use to Effectively Communicate with Staff and Clients – Terry Smith
Effective communication is incredibly important to any business’ stakeholders. Yes, the external audience is important because not only does it build your brands image, but it essentially is what will convince your clients to purchase your product or service. However, as important as it is, effective internal communications is the main pillar of how your business operates. Without it, it wouldn’t last a year.

Give Your Stat-up a Media Relations Edge Romy Ribitzky
The media plays and incredibly important role in your start-ups success. You may have the most innovative idea but if the news doesn’t reach the right people, your start-up could get lost in the abyss. Entrepreneurs who start building a media relations tactics in their early stages will have a better chance at generating buzz!

Happy Reading!

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