Jeet Banerjee's blog

A Life Lesson Mike From Suits Taught Me

One of the most popular shows this year has been the action-packed legal show, Suits. One of the main characters from the show, Mike Ross, managed to teach me a very valuable life lesson. It was something that really represented my life very well, but I never knew it. I want to share with you my opinion on a highly debated topic, the value of college education.

November 29, 2012

Huge Honor – Front Page of Local Newspaper

To my surprise, I was featured on the front page of a local newspaper today! It’s an unbelievable honor and absolutely surreal. I just wanted to share this with everyone as I’m completely blown away by this!

November 27, 2012

10 Things I Wish I Knew Before Launching My First Business

As a business owner not knowing that I was an entrepreneur, I made a lot of mistakes. If I had gone through a crash course on entrepreneurship before starting, I would have probably been a lot more successful in my past ventures. Even though I cannot change my past, I can help others on a similar journey avoid some of the mistakes I made as a new entrepreneur. Here are 10 things I wish I knew before launching my first business:

November 26, 2012

7 Things Entrepreneurs Can Learn From The Pilgrims

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, I decided to learn more about the origins of this great holiday. While I learned a lot about Thanksgiving, I learned even more about the Pilgrims. Here are 7 things entrepreneurs can learn from the Pilgrims.

November 21, 2012

My New Book – What Is It All About?

If you follow me on Twitter or have talked to me recently, you must know how excited I am about my new book. Many people have asked me what it’s about and why I decided to write it. Instead of explaining it over and over again, I decided to write a blog post to share some more information about my book. The book is called, “The Pursuit of Passion: Entrepreneurs Guide To Turn Hobbies Into Successful Businesses.”

November 19, 2012

Stay Simple – My Most Valuable Business Lesson

Creating a startup company with very little experience is a tough challenge. You’re bound to make small mistakes, screw some big things up, and even possibly fail. When I created my second startup company, I made a pretty big mistake many entrepreneurs make. Find out as I share in detail what this mistake was and why it was so valuable.

November 15, 2012

How To Boss Around People Older Than You

More and more young entrepreneurs are employing people older than them. People were shocked, confused, and really didn’t know how to handle the situation well. Instead of expecting others to adapt, I decided to adapt myself. Want to know how to boss around older people than you? Here are a few things I did to significantly drop the attrition rate, build long-term relationships with my employees, and make the workplace better.

November 11, 2012

10 Habits of Highly Successful Entrepreneurs

A habit is traditionally defined as a regular tendency or practice, especially one that is habit. As entrepreneurs, what the hell does that really mean? I define a habit as the things an entrepreneur must do to stay in business and succeed. More than that, it’s really the things a natural hustler must do to make it to the next day. The most successful entrepreneurs, past and present, all share many of the same qualities. Here are 10 habits of highly successful entrepreneurs.

November 7, 2012

5 Things I Learned About Our Future From Other College Entrepreneurs

Since Thursday of this week, I have been blessed with the opportunity to connect with college entrepreneurs all over the country at the CEO Conference in Chicago, Illinois. CEO is a great organization that promotes college entrepreneurship and helps orchestrate it throughout the year. I just finished a speech about Online Marketing strategies for startups and have met many great speakers, mentors, and college entrepreneurs. From meeting so many college entrepreneurs, I learned a lot about our future. Here’s what I learned.

November 4, 2012