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4 Tips for Building a Company That Attracts the Best Investors

4 Tips for Building a Company That Attracts the Best Investors

Investors seek companies that run smoothly and have solid prospects, which is just the company you're trying to build.
6 Tips From Kickstarter on How to Run a Successful Crowdfunding Campaign

6 Tips From Kickstarter on How to Run a Successful Crowdfunding Campaign

A roundup of useful tips and best practices for creating a campaign that meets or exceeds its funding goal.
The Esquire Guy on Fraternizing With the Competition

The Esquire Guy on Fraternizing With the Competition

Relax, be generous and don't look like you're trying to take control.
The Magic Formula for Viral Content

The Magic Formula for Viral Content

Want your articles and blog posts to be read by all? Pictures are a must, and so are lots of words.
How a $15 Minimum Wage in Seattle Could Leave Workers Worse Off

How a $15 Minimum Wage in Seattle Could Leave Workers Worse Off

Seattle mayor Ed Murray proposed a record-setting minimum wage hike of $15 -- a move both waiters and restaurant owners are calling shortsighted for failing to credit tips.
The Best Times to Tweet, Pin, Tumble and Post (Infographic)

The Best Times to Tweet, Pin, Tumble and Post (Infographic)

Maximize your social-media reach with these helpful tips.
How to Get Former Employers and Co-Workers to Invest in Your Startup

How to Get Former Employers and Co-Workers to Invest in Your Startup

Three tips to keep in mind when asking people who once managed or worked with you for money.
How to Craft the Perfect Social Post [Infographic]

How to Craft the Perfect Social Post [Infographic]

Stumped on how get the most out of your posts? Check out this handy infographic for what types of posts work best, and at what time.
3 Practical Ways to Save on Attorney Fees

3 Practical Ways to Save on Attorney Fees

Your attorney's billable hours can stack up fast, so here are some tips that can lower your bill.
Barbara Corcoran: I Used to Fire 25 Percent of My Sales Team Each Year

Barbara Corcoran: I Used to Fire 25 Percent of My Sales Team Each Year

The 'Shark Tank' star knows a thing or two about how to fire someone. After all, she made it an annual, company-wide practice at her real-estate firm.
19 Steps to a Successful Direct Mail Campaign Timeline

19 Steps to a Successful Direct Mail Campaign Timeline

Find out exactly what steps to take and in what order so that your campaign will go off without a hitch.
Franchise Players: One Logistics Franchisee's 11 Keys to Franchising

Franchise Players: One Logistics Franchisee's 11 Keys to Franchising

Do something you love, find a balance and more advice from one BlueGrace Logistics franchisee.
9 Essentials for Any Family Business to Thrive

9 Essentials for Any Family Business to Thrive

Running a family business is no easy feat. Here are nine keys to making it work.
What Not To Do: Lessons From 'The Wolf of Wall Street'

What Not To Do: Lessons From 'The Wolf of Wall Street'

While lying and swindling may have scored entrepreneur Jordan Belfort fame and fortune, it ended up costing him everything. Here is how to make sure you stay on the right side of the tracks.
3 Lessons Learned From a Decade in Franchising

3 Lessons Learned From a Decade in Franchising

An editor reflects on her 10 years covering the world of franchising.
5 Tricks to Remembering Anybody's Name

5 Tricks to Remembering Anybody's Name

Remembering names not only makes others feel valued, but opens the door to important connections.
5 Ways to Be a Better Listener

5 Ways to Be a Better Listener

Evolved listening skills are key for business leaders to process feedback and build a loyal following. Here within are five steps for a more effective exchange.
10 Reasons Your YouTube Videos Aren't Popular

10 Reasons Your YouTube Videos Aren't Popular

Before starting production on your small-business YouTube video, review these tips to help avoid "audience disconnect" and attract viewers.
How Ordinary Skills Led to an Extraordinary Life for 'Dilbert' Creator

How Ordinary Skills Led to an Extraordinary Life for 'Dilbert' Creator

Scott Adams describes himself as a man with average skills who failed at almost everything. Yet, he has a bestselling book and created one of the most popular comics of all time. Here's how he did it.
Tips for Handling Non-Stop Travel

Tips for Handling Non-Stop Travel

Constant business travel can test even the heartiest of road warriors. Here are some survival tactics for long stretches away from home.
Tipping While Traveling: Whom to Tip and How Much

Tipping While Traveling: Whom to Tip and How Much

Almost everyone knows to tip 15 to 20 percent of the bill for restaurant servers, but what about hotel staff, shuttle drivers and others who help you along your trip? Here's some advice.
Entrepreneur's 10 Most Popular Stories of 2013

Entrepreneur's 10 Most Popular Stories of 2013

From tips on staying focused to advice on improving your writing, here are the stories that struck a chord with our readers this year.
Holiday Tipping Guide: Whom to Tip and How Much

Holiday Tipping Guide: Whom to Tip and How Much

Confused about how much to tip your mailman, dog walker or babysitter? Here's a good starting point.
How to Balance Your Personal and Professional Presence Online

How to Balance Your Personal and Professional Presence Online

Four tips for successfully blending the personal with the professional on social networks.
The Esquire Guy on Not Losing Your Cool

The Esquire Guy on Not Losing Your Cool

Before you freak out, calm down and ask yourself a few questions.

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