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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.
5 Steps to Rescue Your Productivity When Days Go Bad

5 Steps to Rescue Your Productivity When Days Go Bad

Your computer crashes, you spill coffee all over yourself and a client bails last-minute on your lunch meeting. Have no fear -- your day can still be salvaged. Here are five ways to stay productive in the face of daily disasters.
From Elon Musk to Jay-Z, a Look at the Most Influential Entrepreneurs

From Elon Musk to Jay-Z, a Look at the Most Influential Entrepreneurs

The entrepreneurial titans who made Time magazine's 2013 list of the 100 most influential people in the world.

5 Ways to Keep Your Ego in Check as a Young Entrepreneur

Student entrepreneur Michael Cauble on the importance of staying grounded.
Doing 'Five-Minute Favors' and Other Business Tips From the Week

Doing 'Five-Minute Favors' and Other Business Tips From the Week

The best tips of the week from Entrepreneur.com, from fueling success with generosity to dealing with foreign business associates.
3 Marketing Lessons from the Rise and Fall of Ron Johnson

3 Marketing Lessons from the Rise and Fall of Ron Johnson

J.C. Penney's ousted CEO made some bold marketing moves to try and turn the brand around. Customers weren't happy. Here are three key take-aways for your own marketing strategy.

Not an Entrepreneur Yet? How to Lead Without a Fancy Job Title

Not sitting in the c-suite at a company, doesn’t mean you can’t be a leader. Business coach Antonio Neves offers three tips for becoming a vital resource at your company.
Why Employees Need a Say in Your Business Planning

Why Employees Need a Say in Your Business Planning

When employees help set your company's goals, they'll be more committed to seeing them through. Here are some strategies to better engage employees in business planning.
Foster 'Bottom-Up Creativity' and 4 More Business Tips From the Week

Foster 'Bottom-Up Creativity' and 4 More Business Tips From the Week

The best tips of the week from Entrepreneur.com, from how to write off business meals to sparking creativity among your staff.
3 Signs You Need to Take a Pay Cut

3 Signs You Need to Take a Pay Cut

CEOs are cutting back on their salaries left and right this week -- from President Obama to J.C. Penney CEO, Ron Johnson. Are you a candidate for a pay cut? Here are three signs you might be.
4 Leadership Skills That Hobbies Help Build

4 Leadership Skills That Hobbies Help Build

To be a better in business, spend some time outside of the office cultivating personal interests.

Blue, Green, Gold? How to Manage Employees Based on their "Color" Temperaments

Authors Susan Geary and Anne Bulstrode provide a simple way for entrepreneurs to decipher employees’ temperaments -- and how to handle them.
5 Ways to Train Yourself to Be a Great Leader

5 Ways to Train Yourself to Be a Great Leader

Being a strong leader isn't about what you know, it's about what you do. From the way you dress to how you respond to feedback, here are five ways to train yourself to lead like a champ.
The Art of Leadership: 10 Trailblazers on What it Takes to Lead

The Art of Leadership: 10 Trailblazers on What it Takes to Lead

Words of wisdom from influential leaders from Napoleon to Sam Walton.
Learning by Doing and Other Tips This Week

Learning by Doing and Other Tips This Week

The importance of trial-and-error, how to envision your ideal future, why you might want to ditch your office space and more: our best tips of the week.

4 Tips for Turning a Dispersed Team into an Asset

Student entrepreneur David Donner Chait on the pros of having a remote staff.
3 Tips for Leading Successful Change

3 Tips for Leading Successful Change

Why understanding human behavior is essential for new initiatives to thrive.

3 Ways to Increase Your Confidence -- And Build Your Business

While having a stellar business idea is a huge part of the startup puzzle, conveying your idea confidently will help you piece it all together. Business coach Antonio Neves tells you how to inject some swagger into your pitch.
3 Skills to Prevent Leadership Burnout

3 Skills to Prevent Leadership Burnout

Strategies to help you feel more empowered and confident through all of your company's challenges.
3 Traits That Can Make or Break a Businessperson

3 Traits That Can Make or Break a Businessperson

Self-made business people will tell you that it's not what you've done, but how you did it that matters most.
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