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Get the Most From Conferences, Even on a Startup Budget

The world, and your industry, are bigger than your address book. Conferences are a chance to learn more and maybe get the break you're ready for.

Have a Burning Business Question? Ask the Expert: Jon Elvekrog.

For our Ask the Expert series, social guru Jon Elvekrog is looking to answer your questions about social media, social data, mobile marketing and online advertising. Plus, as a founder himself, he is open to inquiries pertaining to entrepreneurship.

Look to Peer Mentoring Groups for Ideas, Support and Tough Love

Mentoring groups are good for practical business advice and brainstorming, not so good for limitless hand holding.

Running a Home Business? With a Spouse? How to Cope.

Working from home can get complicated when your better half is there with you. We share tips on how to cope.

Pro Hockey Players' Entrepreneurial Power Play

Former NHL players more likely than other pro athletes to start successful businesses.

How to Become a Millionaire by Age 30

Ten steps to take to get, and stay rich in the earliest stage of your career.

3 Pitfalls to Avoid in Licensing Agreements

Of course your lawyer has to review your licensing contract but make certain you know what the lawyer may not.

Knock That Startup Interview Out of the Park

Unlike big companies, hiring the wrong person can be very damaging to a startup, so make sure you're a good fit.

5 Quotes to Inspire the Optimistic Entrepreneur in You

A positive attitude can take you far in your career, like these five successes prove with their perspective of possibility.

To Meet Somebody Too Busy to See You, First Study Them Online

Want to talk with somebody who doesn't have time for you? Find out where they like to go and when, then offer to meet them.

3 Free Websites to Organically Grow Your Presence Online

Get your name other there with these platforms where you can show off your expertise.

Do Women Leaders Walk a Tightrope to Be Seen as Effective and Likable?

Economist Sylvia Ann Hewlett's new book explains how the executive suite has eluded female managers.

How Entrepreneurs Can Cope With Rejection Online

With our digitally connected world, a failure or misstep can be noted on the Internet and telegraphed instantly in a dramatic fashion. Here's what to do.

Getting People to Say Yes When Everyone Isn't on Board

Here are a few pointers on how to help a group reach a consensus when they simply don't agree.

The 5 Books Entrepreneurs Should Toss in Their Beach Bags

Entrepreneurs work hard all year long to ensure their businesses become successful and stay successful, but everyone needs a break to relax and reflect. Here are some books to take to the beach that won't make you feel too guilty about relaxing.

5 Father's Day Gifts for the Entrepreneurial Dad

Consider these classic options for the dad that likes to innovate, and look good.

An Indoor Beach and 4 Other Amazing and Unusual Home-Office Designs

Thinking of redoing your home office? You're definitely going to want to check out these off-the-wall ideas.

6 Ways to Be a Top Performer, According to the Navy's Top SEAL

Admiral William McRaven's recent commencement speech has plenty of inspiring lessons for entrepreneurs.

Steve Ballmer's Most Awkwardly Hilarious Moments

As he gets ready to buy the LA Clippers basketball team, a look back at the former Microsoft CEO's most unusual public antics.

This One Strategy Will Keep You on the Path to Success

Single-mindedly working toward one big goal can actually be counterproductive to your long-term success. Think about systems instead.

10 Insights from 10 Years Running a Business

If you aren't afraid to fail, quit your day job, hire people smarter than yourself or work very hard, you can succeed.

How to Get Your Startup Past the Debbie Downers

After skincare line S.W. Basics met with Target, the founder got a mixed receptions: some people cheered and others were scared for her business. Here is how she dealt with it.

Want to Start a Business Fresh Out of College? Try Freelancing First.

While being an entrepreneur can be thought of as a sexy career path, it can be tough. To test the waters, start out freelancing.

How a 640-Pound Stash of Nail Polish Turned Essie Into a Household Name

Essie Weingarten, the entrepreneur behind the wildly popular nail polish line, grew her childhood passion into a multimillion-dollar brand.

What You Need to Make Business Work With Your Spouse

The 5 traits that make a 24/7 relationship more joy then job.
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