Four lessons my dad, who started his business later in life, showed by example.
Haruki Murakami's genius lies in his discipline, focus and determination. His work is applicable to running a startup.
Losing is terrible. If there's a silver lining, it is only in learning from it and avoiding the same mistakes again.
The HBO series about a bunch of dudes trying to make it in Hollywood can teach something to aspiring business owners.
Regardless of the path you take or how well you prepare, entrepreneurship will test your stamina and belief in yourself.
Size and strength are good to have but can't overcome an opponent with a stronger will.
Business owners can learn much from philosophers throughout history. The ideas of these men are intimately adaptable to technology and design today.
For a television show that's all about entertaining, the program has a lot to offer entrepreneurs.
As students cap off their high school careers, they, and everyone else, should take this advice to heart.
The endless hours of grueling, low-paid work typical of playing in a band is a lot like launching a business.
The long-running drama imparts lessons we can use today.
A real estate investor stumbled into a deal for the Nirvana singer's childhood home, which came with some free lessons.
These bright young entrepreneurs are not only learning the skills it takes to start a business, but also offering up some sage advice along the way that we can all take a moment to learn from.
Business success and prison survival both require managing relationships, accepting consequences and maintaining the right balance of humilty and confidence.