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Just like entrepreneurs living in Silicon Valley, founders in developing countries need one important element to thrive.
Aiming high could push you to new heights, or sour your spirit. Here are five ways to find the right balance.
Science is unlocking how we humans interpret the world and each other, giving rise to a new approach to sales with the fancy title 'neuromarketing.'
Why do we put off what we know were supposed to do?
Much like a rallying football team, one conversation, one phone call, one client or one sale can swing things in your favor.
While almost every small business has a formal board of advisors in place, establishing a personal advisory board can prove invaluable to entrepreneurs on both a professional and personal level.
Business is a minefield of what we can't anticipate or control. The key is building that into your plan and, more importantly, your backup plan.
Using author Tom Corley as inspiration, here's a checklist to the best things in life.
No matter what game you're playing, the winning formula is preparation, teamwork and a hunger to learn more.
If you want to succeed and grow your business, your sales revenue and your brand, you must build awareness.
What sets the successful businesses apart from the failed ones? This 'handy' metaphor should help.
Three experienced entrepreneurs provide advice on what they did to ensure they wouldn't fail at their endeavor.
To be successful in the technology-driven internet age, a company has to attract 'smart creative' employees and then create an environment where they can thrive.
If you feel more comfortable keeping your day job while pursuing your business dream, follow these tips.
Overcoming the dangerous sense of' illusory superiority' is absolutely vital if you want to become a successful entrepreneur.
There is an epidemic sweeping our nation. Its called perfectionism, and the paralysis of perfection can be a dream killer for many entrepreneurs.
'Theres no better place to be an entrepreneur than in the U.S.,' says the CEO of The Hartford, which recently released a survey of small businesses.
Enterprises like Google, Netflix and Apple seem to follow them and you should, too.
Some of the most successful people espouse the 'fail fast, fail often' achievement approach. But there is another philosophy applied much less frequently which promotes the concept of learning from successes instead.
Choosing your friends wisely can make -- instead of break -- your business.
Throughout history, the most successful leaders are those unperturbed by setbacks and focused on what they can control.
Even the unpredictable, renegade entrepreneur needs to keep these fundamentals in mind in his or her journey for success.
Success is never guaranteed but when we get the basics right, it is much more likely.
Fresh staff can infuse an innovative spirit at your company -- even stir the pot. Here's how a hire can serve as a great motivational force.
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