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Important life and business lessons gleaned from an early 20th century poet.
Big, splashy, entirely-original ideas are great but entrepreneurs do something important, and prosper, just making life easier for people.
True to his ways, the former Microsoft CEO knows how to get the crowd riled up.
There is nothing more powerful than goal clarity when it comes to the process of achievement.
Ways others have found their own success, and how you can, too.
When times get tough, it's important to see the humor in things. Every entrepreneur should know these bits of wisdom.
Today is the book's 25th anniversary. We look at the secrets from this thought leadership empire.
Your daily decision-making can determine your sucess, or failure, in business and life.
The comedic genius and award-winning actor died yesterday of an apparent suicide. Here, we look back at 10 of his most poignant statements in life and film.
There are times when a little motivation goes a long way. Anything worth doing is worth the work.
Online marketing expert Neil Patel offers some useful tips and resources for determining what you should write about online.
Our five finalists have made their mark in the worlds of gift cards, payment processing, food delivery, music packaging and chai tea.
Nearly every entrepreneur can benefit in one way or another from watching these videos culled from Stanford's YouTube channel.
These inspiring thought leaders are worth studying and can provide key lessons.
The most successful entrepreneurs are freakishly enthusiastic about his or her idea. Ask yourself if you feel the same about your venture.
A look at the realizations that inspired the founders of Apple, Ikea, WhatsApp and other massively successful businesses.
Spending time with ambitious youth is one of the best things you could do to jump start your own ambition.
Perhaps your greatest creative ideas will happen away from the keyboard, pen in hand.
With so much of our work now being done at computers, music has become an important way to 'optimize the boring.' Here's how to do it right.
When starting up, it's OK if you don't know what you're doing some of the time. Here's why you should always keep an open mind and keep learning.
In this podcast, Lewis Howes chats with entrepreneur James Altucher about everything from rapid, massive success to subsequent rapid, massive failure.
Work is just work without context. Putting meaning into your actions creates dramatically different results.
Er, calm down and take it easy, an entrepreneur reminds herself. Not everyone will understand a novel concept from Day 1.
You never know when success will come, so always put in more energy, effort and motivation.
Inspiration is not random nor just good luck. It can be nurtured every day, once you identify the loftier purpose of your company.
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