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6 Ways Playing Poker Can Help You in Business (and 2 Ways It Can't)
Many skills needed in the game of poker translate well into being an entrepreneur. A couple don't.
If You Build It, They Will Not Come
Great ideas without equally great promotion are as good as nonexistent.
Sophia Amoruso: Success Is a Term You Define for Yourself
It's been a year of change for entrepreneur Sophia Amoruso. The former CEO of Nasty Gal and author of #Girlboss explains how it's shaped her.
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What You Can Learn From Misty Copeland About Achieving the Impossible
The American Ballet Theater promoted the unlikely ballerina to the highest rank, making her the first black principal dancer in the company's 75-year history.
Ready To Launch
How Working for 8 Failed Startups Catapulted My Success
If at first you don't succeed in business, try try again using these tips.
5 Keys to Rebounding From a Failed Business Strong
The willingness and determination to overcome the risks of a new venture is one of the first criteria that defines an entrepreneur.
What to Do When Things Fall Apart
If we don't breakdown, we don't breakthrough.
Seth Godin: 'The Person Who Fails the Most Wins'
But be strategic about your failures.
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2 Lessons You Can Learn From Entrepreneurial Failure
Failure isn't always bad -- if you can take something away from it that makes you a better leader.
A Failed CEO Is Better Than a Successful Politician
The political class's criticism about setbacks in the work of Trump, Fiorina and Carson is wrong and misguided.
The 12 Characteristics of Successful Entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurship requires a steady approach to ever-shifting markets and customer demands.
What Failure Can Teach Entrepreneurs
'If you haven't fallen, you haven't walked.' Think about how these words apply to your own experience.
5 Ways You Benefit From Sharing Your Story Of Struggle
You can't fully share the lessons you've learned with sharing the tough way you were taught.
Closing a Business
Don't Throw in the Towel Before You Answer These 4 Questions
The paradox of entrepreneurship is that you must never quit and you must know when to embrace failure.
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