Martha Stewart didnt do any home decorating until she was 35. And Charles Flint started IBM at 61.
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To be successful, entrepreneurs must beat the odds stacked against them -- especially young ones. To understand what these founders do differently, we've compiled a list of habits that made them successful.
One family business has its challenges. Two startups in one family, that's a real trick.
Researchers are looking at whether children can learn a trait that people need to build successful business.
Companies like Luminosity that are making 'brain games' are capitalizing on older individuals' fears of cognitive decline by making 'exaggerated and misleading claims' unfounded in scientific evidence, they contend.
Author and TED Fellow Ken Robinson says finding our element is essential, not only to success in life and business but to our higher purpose.
When everyone can get a million hits on Google in a millisecond or watch news 24 hours a day, learning to spot spin and hidden agendas is crucial.
She built the Spanx brand starting out with just $5,000 in savings and no experience in retail or manufacturing.
Just like entrepreneurs living in Silicon Valley, founders in developing countries need one important element to thrive.
Send business-trip sleep issues packing.
Silence speaks louder than words, and static sells more records than a song.
Much like a rallying football team, one conversation, one phone call, one client or one sale can swing things in your favor.
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