Jason Feifer

Jason Feifer

Entrepreneur Staff
Editor-in-Chief

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What Cannabis Businesses Can Learn from the Sex-Toy Industry

Social media won't accept advertising from either industry. Here's the work-around.
Persistence

5 Ways to Harness Your Fear, According to Entrepreneur's Editor in Chief

Everyone faces it. Not everyone conquers it.
Editor's Note

Every Entrepreneur Has Imposter Syndrome. Here's Why We Need to Talk About It.

Everyone feels the same way, but no one will admit it. Let's break the stalemate.
Marketing

What Seth Godin Wants You To Know About Marketing in 2019

The Industry expert urges companies to be relevant, not loud.
Hiring

After Realizing He'd Hired All the Wrong People, This Food Startup Founder Hit Reset

JUST co-founder Josh Tetrick wanted to build a disruptive company, so he hired disruptive employees. Then he got disrupted himself.
Lying

Should Entrepreneurs Lie? It's a Tricky Question.

In the hustle of the startup world, entrepreneurs often drop little white lies -- and don't even consider them to be lies. Where's the ethical line?
Bouncing Back

Lululemon Founder Chip Wilson Had a Falling Out With His Brand. Now He Wants Back In.

Entrepreneurs pour their hearts and souls into their businesses. Is there ever a good -- or easy -- time to walk away?
Editor's Note

Make That Bold Move Now -- and Avoid Looking Back With Regret

Entrepreneurs live to push boundaries, but fear can cause us to second-guess our gut. Don't. Act now.
50 Most Daring

Why 'Crazy Rich Asians' Author Kevin Kwan Turned Down Netflix

As studios bid for the production rights to his books, he was more focused on making a statement than a profit.
Leadership

When Times Are Tough, Give Your Team This Pep Talk

It's one that LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman has given many, many times.
Editor's Note

I Became a Better Marketer When I Started Thinking Like an Entrepreneur

When you think the way entrepreneurs think, you see everything around you differently.
Leadership

Why This CEO Fired Himself and Asked His Friend to Take Over

Matt Bodnar was always good at solving problems. But when he became CEO, he saw his company struggle under his leadership. So he made a drastic change.
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5 Big Questions That Entrepreneurs Should Ask Themselves

Also, advice on how to define yourself from Malcolm Gladwell.