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Do You Really Need to Be a Tech Disruptor to Be Successful?
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Do You Really Need to Be a Tech Disruptor to Be Successful?

Even in the realm of tech startups, many of the most successful businesses are using existing technologies to solve real-world problems, not inventing new technologies from whole cloth.
Thomas Hansen
4 Tips for Leading a Company in a Constantly Evolving Industry
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4 Tips for Leading a Company in a Constantly Evolving Industry

Staying nimble and "ahead of the curve" will help you succeed.
Charlie Nooney
6 Steps to Starting a Business From Zero
Startup Advice

6 Steps to Starting a Business From Zero

When creating something from nothing, keep these basic but critical pointers in mind.
Lewis Howes
Forget Four-Leaf Clovers. Successful Entrepreneurs Make Their Own Luck.
Luck

Forget Four-Leaf Clovers. Successful Entrepreneurs Make Their Own Luck.

These three simple practices can make you prosperous and open to opportunity.
Adam Toren
'Disruption' Does Not Define Success. Here Are 5 Principles That Do.
Entrepreneurs

'Disruption' Does Not Define Success. Here Are 5 Principles That Do.

How to determine when the right time to innovate in your industry has arrived.
Jeff Margolis
7 Psychological Equations to Empower Your Business Mind
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7 Psychological Equations to Empower Your Business Mind

You can either be at the effect of your business or act as the cause of it. Here's how to be and stay in power.
Sherrie Campbell
10 Traits All Successful Entrepreneurs Share
Traits

10 Traits All Successful Entrepreneurs Share

While there isn't a foolproof map to entrepreneurial greatness, these qualities are consistent.
Thomas Smale
NFL Veteran-Turned-Entrepreneur Says Adaptability Is Key to a Winning Game Plan
NFL Players Inc.

NFL Veteran-Turned-Entrepreneur Says Adaptability Is Key to a Winning Game Plan

The average career of an NFL player lasts 3.3 years. Israel Idonije attributes his 11-year tenure to his ability to adapt.
Israel Idonije
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How Setting an Earlier Alarm Changed My Life
Mornings

How Setting an Earlier Alarm Changed My Life

I used to say, "I'm not a morning person," but a simple change has freed me from dreading the clock.
Brandon Turner
Why I Stopped Saying, 'I'm Not a Competitive Person'
Competition

Why I Stopped Saying, 'I'm Not a Competitive Person'

Politeness has nothing to do with it. This justification is just an out not to succeed.
Natalie Bounassar
5 Ways the 'Lean' Approach Can Help Your Startup Grow
Lean Startups

5 Ways the 'Lean' Approach Can Help Your Startup Grow

If you value business or product development as a constant work in progress, the lean startup approach can give you the framework to help your business flourish.
Henry Oakes
4 Winning Beliefs to Help Drive You to Success
Success Strategies

4 Winning Beliefs to Help Drive You to Success

Hard times often call for deeper self-analysis to help excavate new personal insights that determine our willingness to keep on keepin' on.
Jeff Boss
4 Signs Your Team Has What It Takes to Compete
Competition

4 Signs Your Team Has What It Takes to Compete

No matter what industry you are in, there is one certainty every business needs to prepare for: competition.
Craig Cincotta
To Be an Extraordinary Achiever, Commit to Daily Excellence
Inspiration

To Be an Extraordinary Achiever, Commit to Daily Excellence

Constantly striving for excellence in every area of your life is ultimately what will determine the quality of your life, no matter what you do for a living.
Matt Mayberry