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There are so many surprises that could kill your startup that it's a shame to fail making obvious mistakes.
The best marketing investment you will ever make is training and motivating the people you hire to staff your trade show booth.
Among the worst mistakes you can make pitching investors is not anticipating the fundamental questions they will want answered.
Many entrepreneurs find creating an amazing app is less challenging than making money from it.
Dogs require time that's in short supply but when you must embrace failure nothing soothes like petting your pup.
There is no perfect partner. Add that to the list of what you have to make work to succeed.
The people who have accumulated fabulous fortunes tend to keep the habits that got them rich in the first place.
Some people seemingly are born with leadership traits. The rest of us have to work at it.
Salesforce has created a place where all the great minds of technology across multiple industries can come together for four days to share ideas, exchange information, learn a lot of great stuff, network and have some fun.
Feeling crummy because you didn't get enough zzzzs? Try drinking water, exercising and, yes, chewing gum.
There is no limit to how much money an entrepreneur can earn. Or how little.
Businesses of all types are becoming adept at learning about potential customers as they go about the online equivalent of window shopping.
A lot of what we did to stay out of trouble with the kids on the playground applies at work. Don't gossip, don't tattle, play nicely.
The easiest way to get a better job is to improve the one you already have.
The increasingly popular platform is giving away powerful tools for producing infectious content whether for fun or to jump start native ad campaigns.
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