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In lieu of in-person classes, Aceable steers teens towards their driver's licenses via mobile app.
As entrepreneurs, may we strive to implement the humility and hard work of a fisherman to build stronger, community-driven, inclusive companies that ultimately have the ability to adapt and change.
People who work when they are discouraged succeed more often than people who won't until they are inspired.
Steve Kaufman didn't want his son's medical condition to stop him from putting his shoes on by himself. His quest to boost the teen's self-esteem led to the creation of Quikiks.
'The entrepreneurial spirit of defining, of iterating on a vision is what artists are fundamentally all about,' says Monegraph founder Kevin McCoy.
Don't let fear of missing out stampede you into an opportunity that isn't the right fit.
Control What You Can
The British serial entrepreneur is speaking live in L.A. about how startups can take the global market by storm with revolutionary ideas.
Following a successful tech career, Flint native David Tarver returned home with a zeal for solving social problems.
Ready To Launch
If you don't know how to make the best hiring decisions, you will not have the best company.
The Nasty Girl founder will serve as executive producer.
Jennie Enterprise knew New York executives didn't need another social club. So she gave them a deeper learning experience.
Mark Zuckerberg was a millionaire by the time he was 22, but George Soros didn't make his first million until he was 47.
Daymond John started his first business when he was 6 years old, selling pencils at his school and hasn't let up since.
Entrepreneurs enjoy bragging about their marathon days but they are not exempt from the law of diminishing returns.
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