This is the weekly roundup of the best posts from across the web from CEO Blog Nation and other sites for entrepreneurs and business owners:
CEO Blog Nation
- How to Sleep Better At Night As A CEO (via Teach A CEO) – Sabrina Parsons provides tips for entrepreneurs and business owners to focus on during the day, so they can sleep well at night.
- Baseball Coach Converts Hours of Hard Work in Batting Cages to A Sports Venture (via Hearpreneur) – Greg Battersby the Chief Executive Officer of ProBatter Sports got the idea for his venture from working with his son in the batting cages.
- How Did You Incorporate Your Business & Why? (via Rescue A CEO) – Entrepreneurs and business owners have to incorporate their business to actually be in business.
- Entrepreneur’s Bookshelf: Uplifting Service: The Proven Path to Delighting Your Customers, Colleagues, and Everyone Else You Meet(via Rescue A CEO) – Ron Kaufman explores customer service and it’s impact.
- The Billionaire College Dropout Infographic (Teach A CEO) – This Infographic is courtesy South New Hampshire University and discusses whether foregoing education and following your dreams to become an entrepreneur is a better option.
Across the Web
- Poll: Obama Approval Among Small Business Owners Drop (via CBS News) – A Gallup poll of the president’s job approval by occupation released Thursday shows that only 35 percent of people who characterize themselves as business owners approve of the president in the second quarter of 2012, down 6 points from the first quarter of this year.
- What Entrepreneurs Can Learn from the Olympics and Vice Versa (via Forbes) – As the world counts down to the opening ceremony of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, I am reminded of the unique makeup and character traits that distinguish Olympians from fellow athletes and drive them to achieve greatness.
- 5 Tips for Becoming An Entrepreneur After College (via College Recruiter) – Many recent college graduates consider the option of owning their own business, yet only a small fraction of those individuals follow through on those thoughts. Here are 5 tips before taking the drive.