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Startup life is fraught with peril, but it's one space where prior experience really helps. These business owners share how their business expertise evolved.
It's easy to get caught up in the romance of the first time. Here's some advice to consider before you leap into your second act.
Henry Bloch, co-founder of tax-preparation company H&R Block, opens up about what he learned during his nearly 60-year entrepreneurial journey.
If your only claim to fame is starting a handful of companies, yet you've had success with none of them, it's probably time to take a closer look at what you're learning.
Forget serial entrepreneurship, founders who start up more than one company at a time are all the rage these days. See if you're cut out for the multi-business hustle.
For our series 'If I knew then,' co-founder of HotelTonight Sam Shank opens up about what he learned during his entrepreneurial journey and offers up advice to aspiring entrepreneurs.
In 'Trep Talk, the young multimillionaire shares how he shook off bullies, how family fueled his drive to succeed, and how startups can change a conversation to get noticed.
In this 'Trep Talk Extra, the multimillionaire young entrepreneur explains why you don't need a new idea to launch a successful startup.
Serial entrepreneur Jen Groover on making sure your business ideas aren't stolen as you seek out help and advice for your startup.
Naveen Jain shares the insights he gleaned from the Microsoft co-founder, and how he used them when starting his own businesses.
If you're thinking of selling your company, before you sign a noncompete agreement, consider the journey of a gelato pioneer.
Steven Smith built his career around tea, including selling a company to Starbucks for $9 million. Now this serial entrepreneur is succeeding on his own terms.
Five business owners offer their best advice for becoming more productive -- and finding the right work-life balance.
Marcia Kilgore, creator of lifestyle and beauty brands, shares her fearless approach to business and life.
Gurbaksh Chahal shares insight on staying competitive and why his $300 million sale to Yahoo wasn't what changed his outlook on business and life.
Serial entrepreneur Gurbaksh Chahal, founder of ClickAgents, BlueLithium and RadiumOne, shares how he knew it was time to sell his first startup.
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