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Ways others have found their own success, and how you can, too.
The tech billionaire and outspoken investor shares the elements he thinks are vital for startup success.
While we all have different management styles, a savvy entrepreneur knows that confidence is the way to success.
Brothers Joe and Allen Hertzman, who own six Long John Silver's, 13 Rally's and 24 Papa John's Pizza units, share what's in their secret franchising sauce.
You can't keep putting yourself under so much pressure for too long without consequences.
The solution to many problems is keeping close to people with the knowledge and concern to help you figure it out.
Instead of trying to do too much, people should focus on only fostering a few skill sets.
If you hunger for success, you can't let failure intimidate you.
The high failure rate that occurs in the startup world can be attributed to many different factors, but often, it comes down to these four recurring problems.
Creating a successful and profitable business takes time.
Just because you own a franchise, a business with proven systems and tested procedures, doesn't mean you can kick back and chillax.
The must-have characteristics needed to start, grow and expand your company.
There's no traffic on the extra mile.
Here are five must-read books that show what entrepreneurial success really takes, and how we can apply the principles of the best to our business.
The difference between success and failure often comes down to these actions.
It can be tough selling a whole new concept, so consider following the lead of another company and making improvements.
There's only so much you can control, but it's how you act that usually determines your circumstances.
Valuing customers, trusting employees and staying focused on the vision are what we should be doing, or at least resume doing.
Some insights and takeaways from Marissa Mayer on her two-year anniversary as chief executive.
Great ideas are a dime a dozen. The startups that succeed focus on these four things.
A 'don't-rock-the-boat' strategy is no longer an acceptable option.
It takes hard work to get the best team players engaged in the right tasks and to resolve the inevitable conflicts.
If you're not getting the results you want and feel like your business is in a slump, you've probably just gotten away from your fundamentals.
It's a jarring change from living on a paycheck to living on a dream. If you aren't willing think differently, better to keep your day job.
The team and the market were ranked as most important keys, according to representatives of six companies that made it.
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