Smart Advice From 7 Savvy Black Enterprise Men Entrepreneurs - Black Enterprise

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Black Enterprise Magazine September/October 2018 Issue

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After highlighting some of our favorite wise words from women entrepreneurs, drops a few gems from seven male entrepreneurs. Each of these businessmen have built successful brands and paid it forward by sharing their ups, downs and lessons learned on the journey. Note the tips from these men entrepreneurs, and meet us at the Entrepreneurs Summit in Atlanta, May 13-16, for more.

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Dashon Goldson

On staying current and hands on: “I think it’s important to be passionate about your pursuits, educate yourself on your industry, your competition, and even potential downfalls. It’s also important to keep your eye out for the newest trends, technology, and information. A business owner should always surrounded him/herself with trustworthy, knowledgeable people, and not get too comfortable with anyone; keep an eye on your business and remain hands on.”

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