Liz Brody

Liz Brody is a contributing editor at Entrepreneur magazine. 

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This Founder Wanted to Infuse a Marshmallow With Chocolate, for a Better S'More. He Had No Idea How Hard That Would Be.

Michael Tierney, the founder of Stuffed Puffs, learned that sometimes the simplest problems are the most complicated ones to solve.

Zooey Deschanel Embraces the Word 'Quirky' and Thinks Businesses Should Too

The actress and entrepreneur has cofounded enough ventures to know that whatever sets you apart will guide you toward success.

To Sell Candles Online, This Founder Made Her Social Media Pages a Sensory Theme Park

Abigail Stone Park founded Otherland by giving founders and consumers a "scent" experience through the screen.

The Trucking Industry Was Ripe for Disruption, and This Tech Company Made Billions Doing It

Shoaib Makani left venture capital to create a compliance app called Keep Truckin' (now Motive). But getting the industry to use it was more complicated than he thought.

Bring a Donkey to Work? This Skincare Company's Office Is a Farm for Rescued Barn Animals

FarmHouse Fresh founder Shannon McLinden decided that she wanted to use the company's resources to rescue neglected farm animals. Now, they keep the staff grounded at HQ.

When to Launch An Illegal Product

Some business ideas are good enough to change the law. But you may never know unless you build it first.

Why Selena Gomez Is Cofounding a Mental Health Media Company With Her Mom Mandy Teefey and Newsletter Whiz Daniella Pierson: "Once I Understood What Was Happening In My Mind, I Gained a Sense of Purpose"

Gomez's openness about her mental health struggles has endeared her to millions of fans. Now she's channeling her influence into a business that will help others speak up and feel seen.

Stop Selling to Gen Z

Traditional marketing doesn't work on this discerning, coveted demo. If you can't sell to them? Join them.

5 Things the Future Holds, According to the World's Most Elite Superforecasters

What'll happen to the price of advertising? Will more female founders get funded? We had Good Judgment's superforecasters answer these questions and more.

She Was Homeless. Now She Runs a $25 Million Investment Fund for Women of Color.

Fearless Fund cofounder Arian Simone knows firsthand how hard it is for women of color to raise money. So after many setbacks and reinventions, she transformed herself into the solution she'd been looking for.

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