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Dalai Lama's Lessons for New Grads on Global Responsibility and Compassion

During his commencement speech, the Dalai Lama provides insight into how young entrepreneurs can make the world a better place.

To Be a Leader, You Must Know When to Follow

Student entrepreneur Nathan Grotticelli on learning from the trials and triumphs of those who are more experienced in entrepreneurship.
Richard Branson on the Business Benefits of Volunteering

Richard Branson on the Business Benefits of Volunteering

Getting employees involved in charity sporting events and volunteer work this spring is a great way to give back to the community and strengthen your team. Here's how Virgin's CEO does it.

Stephen Colbert Offers Grads Some Key Advice: 'Pave Your Own Path'

Despite challenging economic times, comedian Stephen Colbert had some takeaways for recent grads during his 2013 commencement address at the University of Virginia on Saturday.
9 Leadership Traits of Successful Entrepreneurs

9 Leadership Traits of Successful Entrepreneurs

The most successful leaders know what they're good at and exploit it to the reach their fullest potential. Here's how to identify and reveal your hidden potential.
Google CEO Larry Page's Vocal Condition and Breaking the Silence About Illness

Google CEO Larry Page's Vocal Condition and Breaking the Silence About Illness

How business owners can keep a company moving forward, even when the boss is sick.
Memorable Management Blunders From 'The Office'

Memorable Management Blunders From 'The Office'

To mark the series finale of the popular NBC sitcom, here's a look back at a few of Michael Scott's not-so-shining moments as a boss.
The Salary Dilemma: Should You Be Open About Employee Pay?

The Salary Dilemma: Should You Be Open About Employee Pay?

Deciding whether to be transparent about employee compensation can be tricky. But if your office gets talking, the choice is out of your hands. Here are three ways to handle the issue with care.

How to Think Like a Confident Leader

A vital step to success is believing in yourself. Here are three tips help you boost your confidence.

Obama's 3 Tips for Young Entrepreneurs on How to Live the American Dream

During his commencement speech this past weekend, President Barack Obama provides tips on succeeding as entrepreneurs.

6 Tips for Building a Strong Founding Team

Student entrepreneur Karim Abouelnaga on the value of putting together a strong team -- and how to keep it that way.
3 Ways Meditation Can Make You a Better Leader

3 Ways Meditation Can Make You a Better Leader

How to break bad habits, become your best self, and trust your innate wisdom.
5 Ways to Recruit Rock-Star Employees on a Budget

5 Ways to Recruit Rock-Star Employees on a Budget

Entrepreneurs usually can't offer new hires the promise of a hefty salary. But there are ways to get A-list employees without breaking the bank. Here are five budget-friendly techniques to get you there.
How to Overcome Your Biases and 4 More Business Tips From the Week

How to Overcome Your Biases and 4 More Business Tips From the Week

The best tips of the week from Entrepreneur.com, from defeating distorted thinking to scouting talent like Martha Stewart.
3 Ways to Find Your Perfect Board of Advisors

3 Ways to Find Your Perfect Board of Advisors

Successful leaders know how to seek out advice. Having a board of advisors that can help you assess key decisions is important to the growth of your business. Here are three ways to build your board.
4 Secrets for Lifelong Success  From Martha Stewart

4 Secrets for Lifelong Success From Martha Stewart

The celebrity entrepreneur discusses her philosophy on what it takes to lead a long and prosperous career.
Richard Branson on Keeping Your Most Valued Employees Happy

Richard Branson on Keeping Your Most Valued Employees Happy

Finding top talent is hard enough, but keeping driven employees satisfied so they stay at your company has its own challenges. Virgin's CEO offers insight on how to please your most valued hires.
How to Lead With Grace Through Tragedy

How to Lead With Grace Through Tragedy

Jim Koch, the brewmaster behind Sam Adams Lager, talks about how his business responded to the Boston Marathon bombings.
5 Ways to Be a Better Leader Online

5 Ways to Be a Better Leader Online

Here's what separates the leaders from the followers online.
Tony Hawk on the Importance of Constantly Evolving

Tony Hawk on the Importance of Constantly Evolving

The skateboard icon and entrepreneur shares the secrets of his success.
Hyper-Curious and Willing to Fail: How You Can Be More Like Steve Jobs

Hyper-Curious and Willing to Fail: How You Can Be More Like Steve Jobs

Advice from Atari co-founder Nolan Bushnell, who hired the visionary tech entrepreneur nearly four decades ago.
How Your To-Do List Can Boost Your Bottom Line

How Your To-Do List Can Boost Your Bottom Line

You became an entrepreneur for the freedom, yet find yourself chained to your work more than ever before. Here are six steps to help achieve better work-life balance while growing your business.
True Grit: What You Really Need to Succeed

True Grit: What You Really Need to Succeed

How to build a winning team that will get the job done -- no matter what.
How to Recover From Stress and 4 More Business Tips From the Week

How to Recover From Stress and 4 More Business Tips From the Week

The best tips of the week from Entrepreneur.com, from dealing with stress to relieving jet lag.
The Esquire Guy on the Art of Mentorship

The Esquire Guy on the Art of Mentorship

Frank advice on the perfect mentoring relationship.
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