News and Articles About Entrepreneurs
The first time Ryan Grepper took his tricked-out cooler idea to Kickstarter, he failed to make his $125,000 goal. The second time, his cooler became the most funded project in Kickstarter history. Heres what he learned.
The experiences of prisoners serve as an extreme, stark example of those of startup founders.
Thanksgiving may feel a million miles away, but it -- and the holiday shopping season -- will be here before you know it. Spend your holiday shopping dollars investing in entrepreneurs and their innovations.
Your evolution as a businessperson and perhaps chances at success may hinge on your reaction to some key scenarios.
Great businesses are motivated by great things. Share your story.
The things that make you nervous are often what helps you achieve the most.
These tips and tricks can make those two little words have more meaning and impact.
An entrepreneur who avoids risk for fear of failure is far worse off than an entrepreneur who fails, learns and tries again.
Entrepreneurs often gravitate to those that are deemed 'successful' for advice but being mentored by these people could completely kill your business.
Presentations can either be very engaging or very dull. Here are a few pieces of advice to ensure yours is not only memorable but enjoyable.
Are you a passionate, resilient and assertive new business owner? Even so, perhaps you're lacking in these critical areas that could help you become the best in your field.
Whenever possible, first establish a personal relationship and then follow up online.
Take these three steps before leaving your day job to ensure your success as an entrepreneur.
On a 4,000-mile bike trek, one professor learned some surprising traits about small business owners.
Two entrepreneurs who dreamed big of opening a distillery have found success by going small.
Share stories about the projects that stand apart for you and your business.
Jealousy creates disconnection, which can only harm the prospects of a growing firm. Here's how to turn around that dynamic.
The focus on building a gleaming Internet presence should never distract from the irreplaceable importance of looking people in the eye.
Even though these staffers haven't started a company (yet), recognize their enterprising spirit.
Important life and business lessons gleaned from an early 20th century poet.
This tip will de-clutter your brain and help you get down to business.
His home is in Chicago, his office in New York. Offerpops marketing head, Kevin Bobowski, talks about how he makes the most of his time in -- and out -- of the office.
If there is one thing that holds people back each day from achieving high levels of success, it is fear. Here are a few ways to get past this emotion.
Don't let scary headlines keep you from pursuing opportunity overseas. Arm yourself with information and some basic precautions.
Big, splashy, entirely-original ideas are great but entrepreneurs do something important, and prosper, just making life easier for people.