Jason Feifer

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Jason Feifer is the editor in chief of Entrepreneur magazine and host of the podcast Problem Solvers. Outside of Entrepreneur, he is the author of the book Build For Tomorrow, which helps readers find new opportunities in times of change, and co-hosts the podcast Help Wanted, where he helps solve listeners' work problems. He also writes a newsletter called One Thing Better, which each week gives you one better way to build a career or company you love.

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Starting a Business

This Brilliant 'Cohort' Trick Can Help You Come Up With a Business Idea Worth Millions

When you're looking to solve a problem or start a new business, Future CEO Rishi Mandal has a three-step tactic that helped him get his start.


"It Was Horrifying and Scary": Bar Rescue's Jon Taffer Describes the First Time He Screamed at Someone on Camera

Here's why Jon Taffer first started yelling on TV — and what it can teach every new manager.

Social Media

Stop Doing These 3 Things on Social Media, says Gary Vaynerchuk

Want to get the right attention? Here are three social strategies to stop — and three ones to start.


¿Quieres ser más productivo? Así es como los ejecutivos de Google manejan sus agendas

Estas cinco tácticas desde dentro de Google te ayudarán a concentrarte y proteger tu tiempo.


Want to Be More Productive? Here's How Google Executives Structure Their Schedules

These five tactics from inside Google will help you focus and protect your time.

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Business News

Banning TikTok Would Hurt Small Businesses. Here's What Congress Should Do Instead

There are ways to mitigate the potential threats of TikTok without a complete ban.


4 Strategies for Building Deep Business Relationships

It's important to build relationships long before you need them.


Confused About Web3? Steve Aoki Dissects His Business to Show How You Can Make Money.

The DJ-turned-digital-entrepreneur has a gift for seeing the potential in strange things. Now, he's making a case for navigating the wild west of Web3.


Worried That You Don't Have Time for Self-Care? Here's How to Fit It Into Any Schedule

How do you start incorporating self-care into your life? It's easier than you think.


Want A Bigger Audience? Here's How I Reinvented My Podcast to Better Serve My Listeners

My old podcast "Teach Me Something New" became a new show called "First In Line" — all because I listened to my listeners.

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