How To Grow Your Startup, According To Steve Jobs, Arianna Huffington And 18 Other Hyper-Successful Founders (Infographic)

The biggest names in business think about more than just money.

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By Nick Wolny • Jan 26, 2021

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What four-step process does Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky use to tackle any problem? And why does Tesla CEO Elon Musk ask an interview question without really caring about the answer itself? These insights and more are part of a new and killer infographic recently released from Headway Capital, republished below for your convenience.

Related: 11 Must-Ask Behavioral Interview Questions

Why not just list the insights off to you in bulleted format? Simple: You wouldn't be as motivated. Research results compiled by Xerox in a 2017 whitepaper found that color increases motivation by 80%; additionally, information can be located 70% faster when it's presented in color.

It's also more fun this way. Scroll down for some visually engaging tips to help kick your startup growth efforts into high gear.

Related: Here is a Color Therapy Guide for Every Entrepreneur to Follow

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Named a "40 Under 40" by Houston Business Journal, Nick Wolny is the founder of Camp Wordsmith, a business and writing membership for entrepreneurs. His weekly longform newsletter on online business, "The Slide Grease," goes out on Sundays. Wolny currently resides in Los Angeles.

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