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Taking on too much too fast can lead to disaster.
The fashion-retail founder explains why entrepreneurs shouldn't be afraid to veer off of the prescribed track, why it is okay for them to make mistakes and how founders should strive to be like Indiana Jones.
Starting a business can be a challenge and often entrepreneurs need guidance in various areas. Here five established founders reveal their tips for getting a new business off the ground.
These quotes from five signers of the Declaration of Independence show their wisdom lives on.
We called on leading entrepreneurs to share the most valuable piece of advice they've received.
As an entrepreneur, the ability to make connections, ask for help and get help is easier than ever. When doing so, avoid these relationship-killing mistakes.
Whether you need a cheerleader, someone to vent to or a person with specific skill sets, here are tips for approaching your search for the perfect guide.
Three successful leaders in business are modeling the idea that being generous is a valuable goal in itself.
Making the right decisions today will ensure your company's survival tomorrow.
Microsoft's recently departed CEO and the soon-to-be owner of the LA Clippers shared his own life advice with the graduates at the University of Washington.
Running a company has its ups and downs, so rely on a robust set of strategies to keep an even keel.
Yahoo's chairman recalls the lessons of fairness, coaching and helping others gleaned from the other paternal figures in his life.
While advice can come from likely sources, the advice itself isn't always exactly as you'd expect. Here are some interesting examples.
The sooner you get off the nonstop narcissism train, the better. Here's why.
He started his life in franchising at age 14, mopping floors at a Burger King. Today, Aziz Hashim owns 35 franchises and employs 700 people.
"You can fail at what you dont want, so you might as well take a chance on doing what you love."
Panera Founder and CEO Ron Shaich: It's Not About Choosing the 'Right' Path, It's About Knowing What Ignites Your Passion.
Figure out what you care about, what brings you joy and what drives you, Shaich told Clark University graduates. The rest will come.
A life of stuffing himself taught this founder some insights on patience, goal setting and adaptability.
Start by making a list of things you love, and a list of things you hate.
How do you lift your status and become an industry expert in your market? It may be simpler than you think.
Eventually, you'll have to learn to trust your gut and live with the consequences. Here's how to get started with that mentality.
During her commencement speech at City Colleges of Chicago, Facebook's COO told graduates to lean in even on days when they feel like hanging back and remaining quiet.
Richard Branson, Deepak Chopra and other LinkedIn Influencers look back at themselves at 22 to offer advice to this year's group of college graduates.
My father's example taught me a lot about stepping out of your comfort zone. Here is what I've learned.