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Laura Roeder is a lifelong entrepreneur and founder of several multi-million dollar bootstrapped companies. Laura was named one of the top 100 entrepreneurs under 30 and has spoken about entrepreneurship at the White House. Laura has spoken at numerous influential industry conferences including, BlogWorld, The South by Southwest Interactive Conference, Real Estate Connect, The Social Communications Summit and Blogher, discussing online marketing, social media, and personal branding. Laura has been seen on Fox News, Forbes.com, CNET, The Los Angeles Times, Fast Company, Mashable, Yahoo Finance and many more influential publications and media channels. Laura believes in supporting entrepreneurship around the globe. She has traveled to South Africa as part of the Virgin Unites Branson Centre of Entrepreneurship where she offered guidance to budding entrepreneurs, and has spoken students at the University of Southern California and Loyola Marymount University.
Every professional knows that an eight-hour workday rarely means eight straight productive hours of “real” work. Sometimes there are distractions and emergency situations to attend to throughout the day; other times, your calendar is so booked with meetings that it’s hard to find time in between to concentrate on your to-do list.
Startups have the potential to be massive earners for an investor. Getting in on the ground floor enables investors to make the most out of a startup's innovations. However, not all startups are successful. Quite a large number of them seem to have good ideas but fail to implement them properly.
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