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Building your idea into a business is an uncertain mission. Core values that don't bend under pressure are indispensable.
Learning how to program gives your brain more tools and can change the way you think.
Your immediate thoughts and reaction have merit for reasons that harken back to our ancestors' days.
As National Small Business Week kicks off today, here are some exciting events, opportunities and resources to look out for.
Entrepreneurs, here is your opportunity to shine. Apply for the Empact Showcase and have the chance to be featured in Entrepreneur's annual 'Top 30 Startups to Watch' list.
The man behind the Alamo Drafthouse shares his tips for building a loyal following.
The co-founder of Zady discusses how her mother's advice has helped get her through some of the bumps in the startup road -- especially when dealing with gender bias.
The co-founder of ethical fashion startup Zady opens up about how her mother's insight has helped her decision-making process.
Save time and conserve energy with these simple but powerful changes in your daily actions and thinking.
These days, we're more likely to receive our incomes in different ways during our careers. Prepare yourself for opportunity with these tips.
Whether its co-founders, family or friends, you need people to challenge you and help you make your company better.
A guy named Bubba explains showmanship, brevity and other secrets of mesmerizing investors, even if you have a plain name.
We can't live without checking our inboxes, but it's one of our biggest time sucks. Here's how to make it so you can actually do more real work.
The founder of whiskey company WhistlePig brings all new employees up to his farm in rural, middle-of-no-where Vermont for at least a month. It's costly both in time and money, but he says it's worth every penny.
Understanding why interviewers choose non-traditional questions can help you understand when to use them in your own hiring process.
To ensure you get the most out of your advisory board, entrepreneurs need to invest time and energy into this relationship. Otherwise, they can be a waste of time for both parties.
If done correctly, pitching to clients, investors and partners can open doors for a startup, helping a company catapult to the next level. If done incorrectly, disaster can ensue.
What does that really mean, anyway? And do people really identify themselves like that?
Some work involves simple task completion; other projects require strategic thinking by an unfettered brain. Here's how to do both.
In this video, entrepreneur and online marketing expert John Rampton talks about the one surefire thing that could point to a person being a born entrepreneur.
The serial entrepreneur says not everyone is built to strike out on their own. Here's what he thinks it takes.
This startup is using the give-back model to help reform the real estate industry.
It can be challenging to keep your focus when the grind of daily life can knock you down. Here are some tips to help keep you on the path.
We know what you're thinking: Employees would abuse such a system. But it can work with three critical factors.
He may be founder of one of the world's largest ecommerce companies, but Jack Ma also knows how to deliver a show-stopping musical performance.
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