Anna Johansson is a freelance writer who specializes in social media and business development.
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There's plenty to learn from the ways in which their methods both improve and hinder us.
Starting a Business
Creating a culture of longevity and autonomy can be difficult and costly, but history shows it's worth every penny.
A better understanding your own motivations can help you in a number of areas of entrepreneurial development.
Getting paid what you are worth requires more deliberate planning than most employees -- and entrepreneurs -- are willing to implement.
You may have the highest respect for the late Steve Jobs. But would you have ever dared to disagree with him?
'The rich are different from you and me,' F. Scott Fitzgerald famously said. Apparently they're different from one another, as well.
Need extra cash? Let these sites know you're available -- and ready to work.
Learning From Mistakes
The 5 Most Laughable Mistakes of Otherwise Successful Entrepreneurs -- Like Branson, Lucas and Cook, for Starters
Even successful entrepreneurs make unbelievable mistakes. Then they use them as springboards for greater success.
Our culture equates failure with guilt, shame and depression, so you'll need to learn some serious coping strategies.
It's not enough to just create a pretty video with 4k cameras. In modern marketing, you need video that sells.
Is your dress code 'casual clothing' or 'smart casual' and what's the difference? Your code might say more about your brand than you realize.
Good lighting, attention to ambient noise levels and the installation of plants are all very well. Of course, they can't compete with pay policies.
Once thrown off track, a worker needs 23 minutes, on average, to get back to the original task. What could you have done in that 23 minutes?
Open risk-taking is a bad idea. But calculated risk-taking is something else again.