Finding Your Passion
You can't always follow your heart, but don't give up on it. Where passion and pragmatism meet, great things happen.
You may have just come up with a great idea, but it doesn't mean squat if you fall into this trap.
First comes the desire to own a business, then comes the process of deciding which business. It is a learning process that requires patience and persistence.
A group of sleep deprived entrepreneurs are catering to people who want more sleep but never go to bed earlier.
No matter how great the concept, you need real-world feedback to see if your startup will fly. Here's how to get it.
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When you hold team members accountable, you're telling them you value them and their place on the team.
Using this method has gotten me on the phone with celebrities and landed me as a contributor to this website.
Frederick Hutson shares advice for entrepreneurs with untraditional backgrounds who are seeking VC funding.
Want to see if your idea will work? Try this method before you truly invest.
At the heart of innovation is a single question -- and here's how to think about your answer.
Without innovation, enterprises get too "comfortable" with past successes, and eventually go out of business.
Think as big as you can, expect nothing less than the best, have courage and be kind.
In business, when we define the win as one outcome -- a sale, an innovation, or reaching a quarterly goal -- we're limiting ourselves.
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