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Allowing yourself the time, space and separation from your work could be the most effective way to bring your business to the next level. Here's one entrepreneur's story.
"Mirrors," whether friends or colleagues, can keep you honest with yourself and on track with your goals.
If you aren't feeling fulfilled by your work, you'll have a hard time getting it done. Here's how to gain back that fire to be at your best.
The founder of Pandora reached out to investors 300 times before getting funding. And James Dyson invented 5,126 failed vacuum cleaner prototypes before getting one right.
This interactive infographic breaks down the early steps and career highlights of Warren Buffett, Elon Musk, Liliane Bettencourt, Oprah Winfrey and Li Ka-shing.
Let your passions set your priorities to create work that gets done -- and gets remembered.
A former songwriter teaches business professionals how to make creative breakthroughs.
Stories of business owners who launched their own companies, or significantly changed the way they ran their existing ones, because of the events of September 11, 2001.
As an entrepreneur, you will face many challenges. When the going gets tough, here are three ways to stay upbeat.
Whether or not you are headed back to school, September is a time of renewal. Draw inspiration for a new chapter with these words of wisdom.
Wise words from Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Michael Dell, Elon Musk, Andrew Carnegie and other legendary leaders on success, attention, motivation, concentration, opportunity, failure and life.
Starting your own business couldn't be a better idea with these three factors lined up for you.
It's simply not true that intelligence is static. If you want your team to work smarter and better, try these three strategies.
Entrepreneurial success isn't for the meek. Follow these tips to project an air of confidence.
We asked experts on innovation and transformation to recommend their favorite books for entrepreneurs looking for insight and inspiration.
Fifty years after the march where Martin Luther King Jr. made his legendary 'I Have a Dream' speech, reacquaint yourself with speeches and performances from the day's most inspiring civil rights leaders.
Think more like an artist and you'll unleash the kind of creativity and forward thinking that makes the greatest entrepreneurs thrive.
In her new book Do Cool Sh*t, Miki Agrawal discusses the importance of marching to your own drum and surrounding yourself with supportive people.
Cinnabon president Kat Cole skyrocketed through the corporate ranks and got her MBA without having a bachelor's degree. Her secret sauce, she says, is to see the positive and the possible.
Escape starts with a simple question: What bores you about your business? Your mission is to kill the snooze and ratchet up the excitement.
It's how you pick up the pieces in the worst of times that reveal your company's true colors.
Some focus on the importance of building relationships and perseverance. Others offer advice for those looking to start their own companies.
On the birthday of the former South African president, here's a look at his inspirational leadership, in his words.
The billionaire entrepreneur and investor explains what drives him in business.
Think you are ready for startup land? Here are six signs you are ready to take the leap into entrepreneurship.
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