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How often have you looked for people that think like we think? They’re out there wanting to burst with their ideas, little books of inventions, their inner dreams. 

One of the wonderful things about a community is that everybody is willing to share their stories on their trials and tribulations. This is a perfect breeding ground for budding entrepreneurs. One of the best ways to get feedback is to reach out across the web and there is no better place to do that than in a forum.

So here are a few forums that every entrepreneur should take a look at. Each one offering a different flavor of questions and answers.

Forums for Entrepreneurs:

1. Startup Nation – http://www.startupnation.com/community/

This forum is a great place to check out if you want to learn more about startups. This forum will get you access to an incredible amount of resources. It has threads covering the basics of starting a business, to finances, to growth, to protecting intellectual property; not to mention the entire section dedicated to meeting like minded people.

2. Warrior Forum – https://www.warriorforum.com/

This forum is all about the camaraderie between fellow businessmen, much like that between warriors, Hence the name. They are all about sharing their stories and successes. They also have a ‘war room’ which is full of helpful articles to plan your next ‘battle’ in the business world. The basic forum is free, but the for about 40 dollars you get access to the premium business forum.

3. Quora – https://www.quora.com/

Okay, so quora isn’t exactly a forum but it can still be a valuable resource. Its nature as a question and answer type of website means that you can ask any question that you’d like and people will respond. This means that any question you can think of can be answered. The best answers generally get upvoted to the top.

4. Fast Lane Forum –  https://www.thefastlaneforum.com/community/

This forum is much more focused on the fastest ways to make money as opposed to entrepreneurial and its general theme certainly reflects that. It even has a section dedicated to freelancing. Don’t let that dissuade you though, there’s still a wealth of information here that covers businesses and such.

5. Digital Point –  https://forums.digitalpoint.com/

As the name suggests, Digital Point is primarily a forum for those who are looking to run an online business. There are sections that cover all manners of running an ecommerce, right down to web and graphic design.  They even have a section dedicated to buying and selling things like domains, web templates, and scripts. Seriously, go check it out.