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Reading Roundup: September 17, 2019

Starting a food business takes guts, grit, drive, ambition and plenty of startup up capital.

Reading Roundup: September 17, 2019

Starting a food business takes guts, grit, drive, ambition and plenty of startup up capital. This week we’re highlighting stories on how to navigate the early, often lonely stages of entrepreneurship, the importance of authenticity, and tips on how to stay sane through it all. Unwind, take a minute to breathe and give these articles a read.

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Here’s a rundown:

Ponder: How To Succeed In Business By Being Yourself (Forbes)

What does authenticity really mean in business? Author Bruce Kaenoff shares the two key principles every founder needs to know to authentically show up for their team and for themselves.

Listen: It’s Time to Prioritize Your Mental Health (Taste Radio Insider - Episode 47)

Sometimes the best thing you can do to support your company’s growth is to take a step back to focus on you health. In this interview, Misfit Foods co-founder Ann Yang sits down with Nosh’s Carol Ortenberg to share her experience with burnout and founder’s depression, and why it was in Misfit’s best interest for her to exit the company.

Read: How to Fund a Food Business for People Who Have No Idea Where to Start (Vice)

Whether in the early stages of securing startup capital, crowdfunding or looking to venture capital, money is essential. This article features interviews from 10 foodpreneurs who have launched startups -- both successful and not -- and what they learned along the way.

Learn: Inside the Startup Topic No Founder Wants to Confront (Inc.)

After a successful funding round, raising money at a lower valuation may be discouraging. Here’s why it shouldn’t be.

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Starting a food business takes guts, grit, drive, ambition and plenty of startup up capital. This week we’re highlighting stories on how to navigate the early, often lonely stages of entrepreneurship, the importance of authenticity, and tips on how to stay sane through it all. Unwind, take a minute to breathe and give these articles a read.

Join our newsletter subscribers and get our Reading Roundup delivered straight to your inbox!

Here’s a rundown:

Ponder: How To Succeed In Business By Being Yourself (Forbes)

What does authenticity really mean in business? Author Bruce Kaenoff shares the two key principles every founder needs to know to authentically show up for their team and for themselves.

Listen: It’s Time to Prioritize Your Mental Health (Taste Radio Insider - Episode 47)

Sometimes the best thing you can do to support your company’s growth is to take a step back to focus on you health. In this interview, Misfit Foods co-founder Ann Yang sits down with Nosh’s Carol Ortenberg to share her experience with burnout and founder’s depression, and why it was in Misfit’s best interest for her to exit the company.

Read: How to Fund a Food Business for People Who Have No Idea Where to Start (Vice)

Whether in the early stages of securing startup capital, crowdfunding or looking to venture capital, money is essential. This article features interviews from 10 foodpreneurs who have launched startups -- both successful and not -- and what they learned along the way.

Learn: Inside the Startup Topic No Founder Wants to Confront (Inc.)

After a successful funding round, raising money at a lower valuation may be discouraging. Here’s why it shouldn’t be.

Get our weekly Reading Roundup right in your inbox with our newsletter!

Starting a food business takes guts, grit, drive, ambition and plenty of startup up capital. This week we’re highlighting stories on how to navigate the early, often lonely stages of entrepreneurship, the importance of authenticity, and tips on how to stay sane through it all. Unwind, take a minute to breathe and give these articles a read.

Join our newsletter subscribers and get our Reading Roundup delivered straight to your inbox!

Here’s a rundown:

Ponder: How To Succeed In Business By Being Yourself (Forbes)

What does authenticity really mean in business? Author Bruce Kaenoff shares the two key principles every founder needs to know to authentically show up for their team and for themselves.

Listen: It’s Time to Prioritize Your Mental Health (Taste Radio Insider - Episode 47)

Sometimes the best thing you can do to support your company’s growth is to take a step back to focus on you health. In this interview, Misfit Foods co-founder Ann Yang sits down with Nosh’s Carol Ortenberg to share her experience with burnout and founder’s depression, and why it was in Misfit’s best interest for her to exit the company.

Read: How to Fund a Food Business for People Who Have No Idea Where to Start (Vice)

Whether in the early stages of securing startup capital, crowdfunding or looking to venture capital, money is essential. This article features interviews from 10 foodpreneurs who have launched startups -- both successful and not -- and what they learned along the way.

Learn: Inside the Startup Topic No Founder Wants to Confront (Inc.)

After a successful funding round, raising money at a lower valuation may be discouraging. Here’s why it shouldn’t be.

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