Jason Feifer

Jason Feifer

Entrepreneur Staff
Editor-in-Chief

More From Jason Feifer

Problem Solving

How This Entrepreneur Saved a Damaged Brand (Remember About.com?)

Learn how Neil Vogel took over the old internet giant About.com and transformed it into a thriving company called Dotdash.
Pivots

People Love Your Idea, But It Doesn't Make Money. Now What?

The founder of Shift shares how he was forced to get rid of a feature everyone loved.
Inspiration

What Thomas Edison, Sarah Michelle Gellar and T.J. Maxx Can Teach You About Savvy Entrepreneurship

Among the lessons below: the brilliance of a "treasure hunt merchandising philosophy."
Editor's Note

Stop Sacrificing Your Future by Clinging to Your Past

Here's the most important lesson you can learn from your past.
Business Name

This Entrepreneur Shares How to Name Your Company -- or Fix a Bad Name

The founder of Policygenius walks us through the rigorous process she went through to scrap a confusing name and create one that led to success.
Problem Solvers Podcast

When His Business Model Didn't Work, This Entrepreneur Had to Change Things Up

After his early customers weren't paying their invoices, the founder of pizza app Slice began the long process of figuring out what (and how) people were willing to pay.
Problem Solvers Podcast

The Curse of the Problem Solver: You Can't Solve It All

Sometimes, you have to let some problems go unsolved.
Editor's Note

Why You Need to Always Be Questioning Yourself

We should always be asking: Why am I doing this? And can I do it better?
Growth Strategies

How a Company Becomes a Thought Leader

The co-founder of Musicbed shares how his company became more than just a place for music licensing.
Starting a Business

Turning Rejection Into Triumph: How Sarah Michelle Gellar and Her Co-Founders Built a New Baking Brand

As an actor, Sarah Michelle Gellar was used to rejection and uphill battles, but co-founding her startup, Foodstirs, has been a challenge like no other.
Entrepreneurial Journey

To Survive, Sometimes You Have to Let Go of Your Vision -- and Ego

Entrepreneurship means exploring unknown paths, and sometimes that leads a founder somewhere different from where they started.
Growth Strategies

How 3 Entrepreneurs Started on the Fast Track

From finding the right customers to creating an apparel brand in a few weeks, founders share their first-time challenges.
Leadership

The Entrepreneur's Identity Crisis: 'Am I My Company?'

A founder learned the hard way that entrepreneurship means exploring unknown paths, sometimes leading entrepreneurs to a very different place from where they started.