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My Biggest Mistake: One Size Doesn't Fit All

When it comes to leadership, different employees take to different approaches. Having a cookie-cutter strategy can lead to disaster and in this case, losing top talent.

Failure: Go From Moping to Hoping

Fail. Hope. Repeat. How a few simple steps can help you spring back if your startup fails.

How to Gain Personal Freedom and Control

We all want freedom to do what we want, how we want, when we want. Here's how to achieve that lofty dream.

Attention Entrepreneurs: Use Ignorance to Your Advantage

A subtle but important trait of the most successful entrepreneurs is the ability to manage uncertainty and strategically problem solve.

GitHub Co-Founder Quits Following Harassment Allegations

Tom Preston-Werner's departure comes a month after an employee publicly stated that she was harassed by members of GitHub's leadership team.

Set Your Own Rules and 'Live the Dream': A Google Hangout With Lewis Howes

The popular Entrepreneur.com contributor will talk about confidence, founding a startup around your passion and growing that business so that you can live the type of life you've always wanted.

How to Run a Family Business Without Killing Each Other

Even though a reported 80 percent of all U.S. enterprises are family run, doesn't mean it is easy. Here are a few pointers on how to get along (and be successful).

6 Ways to Foster More Happiness in the Workplace

Invest a little time into making your company a place of joy, hard work and professionalism, and it just might help your bottom line.

MBA or Accelerator: What's Right for an Aspiring Entrepreneur?

Trying to pick the best option as you move through the startup paces? Gain insights from someone who's been through both types of programs.

Cram a Week's Worth of Work in 4 Hours? Think Again.

Buckling down to accomplish heaps of tasks seems to have fallen out of fashion lately. But success demands massive amounts of this very stuff.

How to Deal With Jerks

Life is too short to deal with jerks. But sometimes you have to. Here's a game plan.

6 Keys to Developing Millennials Into Managers

Yes, you can mentor and coach Generation Y employees to assume leadership roles.

One Excuse You Should Never Give Your Employees

Business owners should always avoid making excuses, but business coach Lindsay Broder says this one can really annoy your staff.

How You Can Say 'No' Like a Pro

There is always a reason for deciding not to do something. Here's some advice on how to say no without feeling guilty about it.

Obama Puts Down $600 Million to Train Up Your Future Employees

The president is traveling to a community college in Pennsylvania later today where he will announce new initiatives aiming to bolster the U.S. labor force.

Startup Leadership: How to Find Your Own Replacement

Founders often reach a point when they need to hand over the reins to a more experienced person. Here are a few pieces of advice on how to make the transition process easier.

The One Thing That Successful Business Leaders Have in Common

What makes a leader more than just a competent manager?

Faith Works at Work. So Why Can't We Talk About It?

Faith and belief drive a lot of what we do. Yet, we are asked to leave our beliefs at the doorstep of our offices.

Stop Wasting Time on the Details and Commit to the Fundamentals

The small stuff, like answering emails and tweaking your web site design, are important but shouldn't be at the top of your to-do list. Instead, your time would be better spent focusing on the fundamentals.

How You Can Inspire the Best From Your Employees

Professional coach Lindsay Broder on how and why effective business managers need to lead -- and inspire -- by example.

J.D. Power: How I Stayed True to My Values Over 50 Years

At every stage you'll face expectations to conform to different corporate cultures. You must weigh them against your sense of ethics.

Note to Self: Be Aware

You might think you know yourself pretty well, but when it comes to what really matters, chances are you don't.

Lessons in Greatness: One Woman's Journey From Heart Condition to Climbing Mt. Everest

In this podcast, adventurer and leadership professor Alison Levine discusses her personal struggles and the lessons she has learned along the way.

Stop Being a Jack-of-All-Trades. Join the Billion Dollar Unicorn Club.

All founders can be seen as either artists, entrepreneurs or managers. Often multitasking, they may need in time to choose to focus on their strengths.

Ashton Kutcher: What Matters Is Entrepreneurial 'Grit'

Big-name Silicon Valley investors and leaders participated in panel discussion on entrepreneurship -- as well as a 'Shark Tank' of sorts -- at Colgate University this weekend.
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