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As an entrepreneur, the to-do list, ideas and things that clamor for your attention never stop. It's time to take back control.
Unicorn status is unrealistic. Here are a few tips on how entrepreneurs can build a solid business on the foundation of day-to-day decisions, inevitable setbacks and incremental advancements.
These films, only a couple of which are about business, can teach viewers about passion, perseverance and ethics.
If you hope to join this small club, despite the odds, it stands to reason that taking a radically different approach to life could shift things in your favor.
The idea that everyone needs to feel like a winner is turning us into a society of losers.
These half-dozen superstars are all the more inspiring for the bullying and discouragement they have overcome.
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Disneyland is not only a place for kids and adults to have fun. It's an exceptionally well-run business that any entrepreneur could glean valuable information from.
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James Lawrence, 'The Iron Cowboy,' accomplished something beyond belief. Starting a business isn't as physically grueling, but it can take a mental toll.
I recently met with Kevin O'Leary, one of the judges on ABC's "Shark Tank," and came away with some memorable lessons.
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