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Frances Dodds is Entrepreneur magazine's deputy editor. Before that she was features director for Entrepreneur.com, and a senior editor at DuJour magazine. She's written for Longreads, New York Magazine, Architectural Digest, Us Weekly, Coveteur and more.

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Side Hustle

After This 26-Year-Old Got Hooked on ChatGPT, He Built a 'Simple' Side Hustle Around the Bot That Brings In $4,000 a Month

Dhanvin Siriam wanted to build something that made revenue from ChatGPT, and once he did, he says, "It just caught on."

Growing a Business

If You Want to Build the Next Patagonia, Here's What Not to Do: 'We Realized We Were Turning Everybody Off'

Fifty years in, the leaders of the lauded outdoor apparel brand have are sharing lessons in responsible business — which they say is just plain good business — for up-and-coming entrepreneurs.

Side Hustle

This Teacher Sells Digital Downloads for $10. Her Side Hustle Now Makes Six Figures a Month: 'It Seems Too Good to Be True, But It's Not.'

When one middle school teacher needed to make some extra income, she started a remote side hustle with no physical products and incredibly low overhead. Now she brings in six figures each month, and offers courses teaching others how to do the same.

Growing a Business

If You Give People This 'Discovery' — They'll Buy From You Instead of Amazon

Creating a unique retail experience doesn't have to be a big flashy production. We're all just looking for a story that makes us feel good about ourselves.

Emprendedores

Cómo convertir los peores rasgos de tu personalidad en fortalezas; te lo dicen 6 fundadores que lo lograron

Todos tenemos mayor cantidad de la necesaria de ciertos rasgos en nuestra personalidad. Pero para estos emprendedores, las características que alguna vez desearon cambiar terminaron convirtiéndose en sus más grandes activos.

Growing a Business

How to Turn Your Worst Personality Traits Into Strengths, From 6 Founders Who Did It

Everyone is told they're "too much" of something. But for these entrepreneurs, the characteristics they once wished they could change ended up becoming their biggest assets.

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Growing a Business

Six Leaders on Staff Positions They Didn't Think They Needed: 'This Hire Made Me Happier'

Sometimes, the most important hires are ones you underestimate.

Franchise

How to Know If a Local Business Has Franchise Potential, From a Guy Who Built One Into 80 Locations

Wade Brannon had already built and sold one franchise when a kid's hair salon in his area caught his interest.

Starting a Business

Her Startup's Product Was Better and Cheaper Than the Competition, So Why Wasn't It Selling? The Answer Would Bring In $25 Million a Year

She started Element Biosciences to compete with her old employer because she was sure she could do it better. But she'd missed an important reality of breaking into a market.