Lydia Belanger

Lydia Belanger

Associate Editor
Lydia Belanger is an associate editor at Entrepreneur.com. Her work has appeared in Inc. and Wired.
15 Ways to Drown Out the Destructive Voices in Your Head
The Goal Standard Challenge

15 Ways to Drown Out the Destructive Voices in Your Head

Here are strategies to silence your overly critical internal monologue and help you reach your goals.
The Most Successful Entrepreneurs Start With 'Noble Causes,' John Sculley Says
Make More Happen

The Most Successful Entrepreneurs Start With 'Noble Causes,' John Sculley Says

In a time of exponential change, the former Apple CEO says people have unprecedented opportunities to disrupt old industries with new ways of thinking.
Trump's Travel Ban: What Has Happened So Far
Trump & Business

Trump's Travel Ban: What Has Happened So Far

Here's a summary of the news and some of the broader business risks the travel restrictions pose.
What Business Travelers Need to Know About Trump's Travel Ban
Trump & Business

What Business Travelers Need to Know About Trump's Travel Ban

Despite a federal court ruling that has suspended the ban, uncertainties remain for travelers.
This CEO Thinks It's Time for Business Leaders to Get Political
Politics

This CEO Thinks It's Time for Business Leaders to Get Political

Today from 12 to 3 p.m., underwear brand Thinx will hold a phone bank to challenge female GOP representatives. This founder explains why.
What I Learned Dining at Eatsa, an Automat Restaurant for Today's World
Technology

What I Learned Dining at Eatsa, an Automat Restaurant for Today's World

Human interaction is optional, but that didn't make the experience any less human.
The 10 Things You Must Do to Achieve Your Goals
Goals

The 10 Things You Must Do to Achieve Your Goals

To succeed, you first have to set yourself up for success.
Single Ladies Are More Likely to Downplay Career Goals, Study Finds
Gender Gap

Single Ladies Are More Likely to Downplay Career Goals, Study Finds

Single female MBA candidates were more likely to report lower ambitions in front of their peers than when sharing them privately with a career counselor.
How Dippin' Dots Made the Most of Unexpected Attention From the White House Press Secretary
Marketing Strategies

How Dippin' Dots Made the Most of Unexpected Attention From the White House Press Secretary

The ice cream company knew it had to respond to unearthed tweets from Sean Spicer, but it kept its messaging positive.
How 10 Brands Thoughtfully Chimed In on President Trump's Inauguration
Politics

How 10 Brands Thoughtfully Chimed In on President Trump's Inauguration

Companies acknowledged the presidential transition and subsequent Women's March in a range of ways.
Sheryl Sandberg: We Can Change the Face of Leadership Through Advertising
Gender Gap

Sheryl Sandberg: We Can Change the Face of Leadership Through Advertising

She spoke about the problem of perpetuated gender stereotypes at the World Economic Forum this week.
Google Co-Founder: Take Chances, Pursue Your Dreams and Silence the Voices
Small Business - Big Impact

Google Co-Founder: Take Chances, Pursue Your Dreams and Silence the Voices

Alphabet President Sergey Brin spoke about the shifting purposes of business and work at the World Economic Forum today.
15 Weird Things We've Learned About Elon Musk
Elon Musk

15 Weird Things We've Learned About Elon Musk

The founder of Tesla, SpaceX and SolarCity is quite the enigma.
Richard Branson: There Needs to Be 'Perpetual Revolution' Within Your Business
Small Business - Big Impact

Richard Branson: There Needs to Be 'Perpetual Revolution' Within Your Business

Figure out how to apply your knowledge and experience where the greatest potential lies, he says.
3 Shifts That Signify Where Venture Capital Is Headed This Year
Venture Capital

3 Shifts That Signify Where Venture Capital Is Headed This Year

Following a peak in 2015, investors are adjusting their priorities.