Whether it ends in success or failure, pushing through the experience of starting a business will change your perspective for the better.
Business leaders can empower employees to be entrepreneurial, test out new ideas and spread a culture of innovation.
When it comes to failure, entrepreneurs should be taking healthy and educated risk that may yield a setback, rather than failing just to fail.
If I Knew Then
For our series, 'If I Knew Then,' the Twitter co-founder and Jelly Industries CEO says that while success isn't guaranteed with emotional investment, you're more likely to fail without it.
No matter where you are at on the success and failure spectrum, there will always be bumps in the road and financial setbacks.
Like business failures, however, there is a great deal to be learned from them. Here are five reasons to get over the fear of both.
The silver lining to making business mistakes is that you get to do better the next time.
Frank Perdue was known nationally as the salesman who built one of the largest family businesses in the country but his greatest success might have been overcome his reluctance to even talk to people.
You might be surprised to find out what holds back people from going after the things they want -- in business or life.
Avoid the fate of RadioShack. Don't become so caught up in the business of running the business that you stop heeding customers and trying new approaches.
It sometimes feel like war when you work for yourself. Based on my success, here is your best plan of action.
Weekly Tips Roundup
Boost your chances of achieving goals and how to test your passion for entrepreneurship.
Don't cry for the Jackie Robinson West Little Leaguers. Rather, help them to learn the right lessons.
In entrepreneurship, the biggest thing we often find ourselves unprepared for is failure.