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Following these four principles can help turn a challenge into adventure and toil into a labor of love.
The Best-Actor Oscar winner has three important lessons that can apply to business.
Here are three stories of entrepreneurs who faced struggles, but their commitment to their goals brought them to success.
Pursuing interests in a variety of subjects stretches the mind and pushes the imagination, causing us to be more creative.
Every successful employee should be the 'boss' of their own future and career advancement.
Creator of postage printer talks about how he launched his company and kept it going for two decades.
Adding a little chaos into your life may just present new opportunities.
The simple messages in children's books often reveal sage wisdom applicable for business leaders.
With our world moving a mile a minute, entrepreneurs need to learn to adapt when uncertain situations arise. Here are a few lessons from a Navy SEAL.
If you want to be a successful entrepreneur, you are going to have to be able to handle rejection. Probably more than you think.
Model yourself after those who you find to be role models, then learn skills as an apprentice.
A trio of wise, motivational TED presentations all business owners can benefit from.
How much do you want to earn over your lifetime? Do the math and see if you're happy with the result.
To accomplish a big goal, productivity experts will often suggest getting up early. This is how to do it.
What entrepreneurs can glean from William Harrison, Rutherford B. Hayes and William McKinley.
A look at how an aggressively optimistic outlook can lead to great things.
Do you love your work as much as these titans? Here are some big lessons from their careers.
Get more out of your day by avoiding these five time-wasters and distractors.
If you fail to live up to your purpose as a leader then you run the risk of failing to lead.
Sure, we're all getting by. But what really separates us from the mega rich and powerful?
For those entrepreneurs looking to get a little inspiration in short, succinct bits, follow these people on Twitter.
How we manage ourselves during downtimes are critical to our success.
Getting ahead means not resting on your laurels and knowing when to seek advice.
To figure out how to get into the business you love, you have to think about how to best use the business you hate.
When you've got skin in the game, you're more motivated to succeed.
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