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BY Eric M. RuizGenerous mentors pave the way for a would-be startup staffer, one with a very positive attitude.
Organizations tackling social problems have taught entrepreneurs the importance of mission. Entrepreneurs know how to get stuff done.
BY Thomas WhiteUncorrected errors of judgment cause more business failures than lack of financing or market upheaval.
BY Lewis HowesImportant life and business lessons gleaned from an early 20th century poet.
BY Jason AnkenyHow they did it, and how you can, too.
BY Jerry JaoA Taiwanese-American entrepreneur overcomes shyness and language barriers and learns to take risks.
BY John RamptonA millennial and a business owner? These tips might strike a chord.
Ollie Forsyth didn't let haters kill his spirit. Instead, he drew strength from dyslexic billionaire Richard Branson's stratospheric success story and used their cruel jabs to fuel his entrepreneurial fire.
BY Kari LuckettBig banks aren't so good with small loans. There are new options available for getting financing with minimal hassle on friendly terms.
BY Geoff WeissOne of the site's biggest stars surprised his parents -- on camera, naturally -- with $340,000 to completely pay off their mortgage.
BY John RamptonTo start a successful business, you'll have to quickly learn some techniques that aren't in any book.
BY Peter GascaSpending time with ambitious youth is one of the best things you could do to jump start your own ambition.
BY Anna JamesTake a minute per day to forget that you're an overworked adult and see your anxiety melt away.
BY Adiat DisuHere's three tips for entrepreneurs seeking to wisely enter this game.
BY Kate TaylorMaria Emma's key to running a successful business at age 21: having the support of a franchise team.
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