Author of Real Leaders Don't Follow
When one of the most powerful men in media gets fired, it proves that everyone is expendable.
Executives who have lost touch with reality have sunk many once-thriving businesses.
If your business isn't politics, keep politics out of your business.
You'll have way more to give back and a far better chance of achieving an impact by starting out in the business world.
Your brand is your promise. As The Honest Company is finding out, it's the one promise you can't afford to break.
The notion that entrepreneurs have to risk everything to be successful is nonsense.
China doesn't want to be the world's technology manufacturer; it wants to displace Silicon Valley as the world's technology innovator.
Uber's highly competitive culture has come under fire, just as Amazon's did two years ago. Their critics have it wrong.
If you just want to get in, make a quick million or two, and get out, entrepreneurship is not for you.
Thirteen years, a thousand employees, $700 million of venture capital, 40 wellness centers. Six million blood tests. Zero revenue. This is how it happened.
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Their founders aren't any smarter, luckier or more privileged than you or me.
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Beating the competition and conquering any field requires mastery of two things: form and function.
You have the power to change far more than you realize about yourself, your life and your fortunes.
Learning from mistakes is natural and taking risks is what entrepreneurs do. That doesn't mean you fetishize failure.
If you create content -- and who doesn't -- your world is about to change.