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One family business has its challenges. Two startups in one family, that's a real trick.
Researchers are looking at whether children can learn a trait that people need to build successful business.
Since there's no realistic way to avoid stress for entrepreneurs, learning to live with and manage it is the key to survival.
Author and TED Fellow Ken Robinson says finding our element is essential, not only to success in life and business but to our higher purpose.
Here are five tips for staying healthy. Could it be that your mother's advice was right all along?
She built the Spanx brand starting out with just $5,000 in savings and no experience in retail or manufacturing.
Just like entrepreneurs living in Silicon Valley, founders in developing countries need one important element to thrive.
Aiming high could push you to new heights, or sour your spirit. Here are five ways to find the right balance.
Much like a rallying football team, one conversation, one phone call, one client or one sale can swing things in your favor.
Why do we put off what we know we're supposed to do?
Entrepreneurs' biggest enemies are not competition, the market or the economy.
A mentor can be an entrepreneur's secret weapon, offering not only expertise but also a rolodex of valuable connections. Here is how to find one and not break the bank.
Exchanging cards remains a pleasant custom but bring it into the digital age with these shortcuts into the other person's contacts.
Preparing in advance can help you practice where to put the stress in your voice or add dramatic pauses.
Being on the road constantly can put added stress on your company, employees and yourself. Here is how to make it work.
While almost every small business has a formal board of advisors in place, establishing a personal advisory board can prove invaluable to entrepreneurs on both a professional and personal level.
Business is a minefield of what we can't anticipate or control. The key is building that into your plan and, more importantly, your backup plan.
Movies can be thrilling flights of imagination but none more so than those depicting the struggles of true-life entrepreneurs.
The same challenges face anyone in business, but women encounter their own unique challenges.
By incorporating as a benefit corporation, entrepreneurs can protect their mission by elevating their company's core social and environmental values to the status of law.
Danny Boyle is set to direct the movie, which is adapted by Aaron Sorkin from Walter Isaacson's biography on Jobs, and it looks like Christian Bale will be cast in the titular role.
The city has enormous woes but also substantial resources. Building a business here serves the greater good more than perhaps anywhere else in America.
Ready to give it your all? Put it to paper and keep yourself to it.
Value your contacts and they will value you. Entrepreneurs swear by their connections. But sometimes they swear at them as well.
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