So, you want to be an entrepreneur? Great! Do you have your business idea yet? If so, that is awesome! You are one step closer to achieving your dream! If you don’t have an idea yet, that’s ok too. The idea will come to you soon. No matter what stage of the game you are in, these publications can help you reach your goals and they can help pave your way to becoming a CEO.
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You may be thinking that you’re too old to be reading a magazine called Teen Boss, but don’t let that fool you. Even though this magazine’s target audience consists of a younger demographic, that doesn’t mean it doesn’t provide helpful advice. Each issue shares the insights and ideas of professionals working in different fields as well as many “kidtrepreneurs” who have started their own clothing lines, beauty brands, culinary lines, and more!
Forbes publishes articles that highlight all the aspects of business that you need to know in order to succeed in the entrepreneurial world. From finances and small business to articles on lifestyle, Forbes has you covered.
Wired is a trusted source for many when it comes to business and technology. It publishes articles that cover policy, coding, and social media changes. It also produces video updates which serve as a perfect substitute for reading articles. Wired also covers the media if you are interested in going into a media field.
The Wall Street Journal
The final source on this list is a publication trusted by many, The Wall Street Journal. This publication is very accessible because it comes in digital forms — there is a website and an app— as well as print. The Wall Street Journal covers a variety of topics such as politics, economy, business, technology, art, and real estate. No matter what type of business field you would like to enter, The Wall Street Journal will be able to offer advice and show you what is currently happening in your field.
Samantha is a soon to be recent graduate from Fordham University. She is a communications major and creative writing minor. When she isn’t in school or working, she can be found watching Netflix, YouTube, or coming up with ideas for new TV shows.