News and Articles About Failure
Being practical and thoughtful about all of the possibilities and worst-case scenarios prompts allows firm to progress.
Even with past failures, entrepreneurs often continue to persevere on, looking for their next venture to jump into. For our series The Grind, one entrepreneur opens up about why she isn't ready to throw in the entrepreneurship towel.
Fail. Hope. Repeat. How a few simple steps can help you spring back if your startup fails.
Thousands of books offer business, leadership or startup advice, but we've narrowed down the options to some must-reads.
Becoming an entrepreneur is a process.
Are champions born or are they made?
Founding or working at a new business can be scary, but each experience can lead to improvements.
The startup boasts big-name investors and a 22-year-old CEO at the helm, but its much-hyped mobile wallet app still has yet to launch publicly.
An entrepreneur discusses how he fell into the trap of equating revenue with profit.
Often entrepreneurs are anxious to get their startup up and running but not taking the time to make sure all the ducks are all lined up can cause a major headache down the road.
Planning for failure is different than expecting to fail. Without a good plan, you're more likely to face bad results.
The 'Shark Tank' investor and real estate mogul discusses the necessity of extreme optimism and why logic can be dangerous
For those stuck in a creative rut, we've got just the thing.
Often when people are faced with tough decisions, they revert back to their past and recall how tough choices affected their lives. This kind of behavior can hold people back from pursuing their passion.
Nobody likes that person that always denies or casts blame.
With a new startup popping up every day, many people have formed stereotypes of what entrepreneurship entails. Here are a few misconceptions about the entrepreneurial journey and how to overcome them.
While many large corporations loath failure, in the startup world it is often celebrated. When failure occurs, here is how to make the most of it.
In 2001, Cheezburger founder Ben Huh hit a low point, having had to close his 18-month-old startup. In this video, Huh chats with us about how a shift in perspective helped him gain a new outlook on life.
Your failures are not you. Your successes are not you. They are simply data points that help guide the next experiment.
Don't let a professional setback set you back. Get back up, brush yourself off, and have a plan to attain success.
The founder and CEO of Cheezburger talks to Entrepreneur.com about rebounding and lessons learned.
Being aware of your emotions is a crucial ability for today's great entrepreneurs.
If you want to be a successful entrepreneur, you are going to have to be able to handle rejection. Probably more than you think.
Separate yourself from your company and you'll be able to survive past failures.
A look at how an aggressively optimistic outlook can lead to great things.