I recently met with Kevin O'Leary, one of the judges on ABC's "Shark Tank," and came away with some memorable lessons.
While not all of us were lucky enough to be Girl Scouts, there's still time to build those skills in the trenches.
This unique experience actually worked out to my advantage, and some of the lessons I learned helped shape my perspective and outlook on life and entrepreneurship.
Whether you're navigating obstacles on a course or on the way to starting a business, the takeaways are similar.
Failure is tuition, so learn the lesson.
You can build a better business simply by observing and studying the people whom you have already surrounded yourself with.
Some of these entrepreneurs preach their messages off the rooftops, and others are more subtle.
Many of the best hip-hop artists have managed to survive and thrive over decades of changing music, economic storms and technology shifts.
The CEO of Zaycon Fresh shares the entrepreneurial lessons he learned from taking his circumstances and turning them into a major business opportunity.
While the thought of failing can ignite fear and anxiety in everyone, these mishaps can be some of the greatest lessons in life.
A son shares what he learned from a father who made every day take your kid to work day.
I named my wine business after him, because without him there would be no business.
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.