It takes courage to start a small business. It takes even more courage when your startup is designed to target a common fear – bullying. That’s exactly what Hiscox customer Catherine Mattice did when she founded Civility Partners, an HR consulting firm dedicated to ending workplace bullying.

A presidential campaign can feel very similar to a start-up business environment. Each has limited resources and time, needs a clear vision and leader and…pizza. Yes, pizza. The latest spending reports detail every bit of each candidates spending from private jets to yard signs and hats (Trump spent over $1 million on his sweet red hats) and much more.

As the largest Powerball jackpot in history looms, countless Americans are dreaming up pie-in-the-sky fantasies about how they’d spend the incredible (though completely unlikely) enormous financial windfall. Okay, so it’s certainly easy and fun to wonder what one might do with an extra $700 million dollars. Would you pay of all your debts, quit your job, buy an island, clothe yourself in the finest garments and go on vacation with Beyoncé and Jay-Z? Yes, you’re only human. But is it going to happen? Not with odds as high as 1 in 292 million.

For many veterans, life after active duty is an opportunity to apply their training to a role in the private sector. But getting back into the private sector is not always easy. Luckily, there are some resources our there to help our veterans start their own businesses.