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The enterprise as we know it is reinventing itself, all thanks to the phenomenon known as the gig economy.

As automation forces workers to find new occupations, consulting firm McKinsey & Company believes as many as 800 million adults worldwide will need to find new ways to earn a living by 2030. Although some will simply change careers and land in new full-time roles, others will decide to explore the growing freelance marketplace. This shift is already underway in many sectors, with 72 percent of millennials telling the Intelligence Group that they prefer to be their own bosses.

While this evolution of workplace dynamics might seem to diminish

Facebook’s News Feed is very much a moving target these days. In early January, the company tweaked the News Feed to emphasize posts from friends and family. In practice, that means that users will see fewer organic posts from brands and publishers. More recently, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that the platform will highlight more local news.

Some have speculated that Facebook’s identity crisis will cause a downward spiral. Business owners might want to consider advertising elsewhere while Facebook figures out what it wants to be. That may be bad news for some. Startups in particular have 

Entrepreneurship can be a tough and long journey for many people. Some get lucky and succeed the first time. For me, that wasn’t the case.

I continue to learn and grow. Along the way I picked up the following lessons that I now apply to each new business or project I am involved with:

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1. Innovation can be simple.

For a long time I thought I had to develop something that had never been done before to be successful. While that is somewhat true, sometimes an innovation can be quite simple.

Dollar Shave Club offers men an alternative, affordable way to purchase razors. Pillows.com was started after its founder could not find hotel pillows anywhere to purchase. The creator of OraBrush wanted an alternative to help people with bad breat

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How Can You Better Engage Your Remote Workers? 6 Ways.

Remote work has become popular for a reason: Businesses can widen their talent searches when they don’t limit their workforce to a small geographic region.

Related: Remote Workers Often Feel Snubbed by Co-workers, So Here Are 5 Ways to Make Them Feel More Connected

At the same time, remote workers have proven more productive for many businesses, especially when the popular open-plan office makes it difficult for certain workers to concentrate or do as much as they could in a quieter environment.

Working from home also cuts out hours of frustrating commute time, giving employees a better work-life balance.

Still, one of the biggest negatives of remote work continues to be the feeling of isolatio

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Can Your Blog Make Money? Here's How to Predict Your Chances for Income.

We’ve all heard of the many entrepreneurs who made it big thanks to a popular blog; they either used their blog as an extension of an existing business, or started blogging as a side project that ended up earning significant revenue.

Related: How to Start a Blog and Make Money Online

Knowing about the free website-building tools out there and the (perceived) ease of starting a blog, you’ve likely given this strategy some thought.

Would a blog actually help you make money, though? Ultimately, the answer revolves around three factors:

1. Monetization. What’s your plan to make money from the blog? You have many options, depending on your audience, intent and other ventures.

2. Traffic. No matter what monetization angle you choose, you’ll need ample traffic to support it. Your blog’s ability to gen...

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Marketing

How to Drive Marketing Results When You're Facing Budget Cuts

Budget cuts may be a necessary evil in uncertain economic times. But even declines in funding don’t take the pressure off your marketing team to deliver results. If anything, hitting key metrics becomes even more important to your company’s future.

Related: 4 Proven Strategies to Get Rank-Boosting Links to Improve Your SEO

Along the way, there's a personal cost: Stress results when you’re afraid your head is on the chopping block, and you aren’t certain what kinds of resources you have to work with.

If you find yourself in this position, the advice below -- based on my years of engagement with compan

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Fashion

These Entrepreneurs Broke $60 Million in Revenue in Just 4 Years. How'd They Do It?

In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Gerard Adams sits down with MVMT co-founders Jake Kassan and Kramer LaPlante to hear about their story and learn their secrets of success.

College dropouts who worked as valets to make ends meet, Kassan and LaPlante are still in their mid-20s, but they've already sold over 1 million watches and broken over $60 million in sales. 

Click play to learn more.

See more episodes of Leaders Create Leaders Season 1 and 2 on Gerard Adam's YouTube channel

Related: 1-on-1 With 'Boss Babe' Alex Wolf, One of the Most Creative People in Business

Entrepreneur Network is a premium video network providing entertainment, edu

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Creativity

This Man Started His Own Content Company and Got 20 Million YouTube Views With Kevin Hart

Some entrepreneurs make their mark inventing new apps.

Other do it by dunking celebrities into bathtubs filled with ice.

That’s the route content producer Michael D. Ratner took, and it is more than paying off. His new video series, Cold as Balls, created for Kevin Hart’s Laugh Out Loud digital comedy network, has more than 20 million views on YouTube just four episodes into its 12-episode run, and the audience show no signs of any, well, shrinkage.

Cold as Balls is just one of the productions Ratner’s company OBB Pictures has prod

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Starting a Business

This Entrepreneur Who Started Her Kombucha Business in an Apartment With $600 Has a Message for Struggling Entrepreneurs

How Success Happens is a podcast featuring polar explorers, authors, ultra marathoners, artists and more to better understand what connects dreaming and doing. Linda Lacina, Entrepreneur.com's managing editor, guides these chats so anyone can understand the traits that underpin achievement and what fuels the decisions to push us forward. Listen below or click here to read more shownotes.

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Creativity

This Man Started His Own Content Company and Got 20 Million YouTube Views With Kevin Hart

Some entrepreneurs make their mark inventing new apps.

Other do it by dunking celebrities into bathtubs filled with ice.

That’s the route content producer Michael D. Ratner took, and it is more than paying off. His new video series, Cold as Balls, created for Kevin Hart’s Laugh Out Loud digital comedy network, has more than 20 million views on YouTube just four episodes into its 12-episode run, and the audience show no signs of any, well, shrinkage.

Cold as Balls is just one of the productions Ratner’s company OBB Pictures has prod

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The Inspiring Stories of These Trailblazing, Triumphant U.S. Olympic Athletes Will Warm Your Heart

This article originally published Jan. 25, 2018.

Throughout the past few weeks, more and more athletes have earned their spots on Team USA for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.

They’ve had to overcome serious injuries, past disappointments and even discrimination to qualify for the games. Some are rookies, while others will participate for their second or even their fourth time. Some had to sit out Sochi four years ago, while others set records there and aim to top their past performance.

Related: The Most Inspirational Moments From the 2016 Olympics

Click through the slides to learn about the careers and driving philosophies of five of the athletes that will compete for the U.S. in PyeongChang between Feb. 9 and 25.

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Inspirational Quotes

37 Quotes on Motivation from the World's Most Influential Leaders

Without motivation, you can forget about success. In fact, motivation and hard work are crucial elements to achieving your dreams -- they're what push you towards the top and help you stand out from the rest.

Related: 10 Leadership Quotes From the World's Most Influential Leaders

And motivation isn't just important in business, it applies to every aspect of life. To be successful professionally, socially, mentally, even physically, it is the driving force that will take you there.

Without motivation, some of today's most successful entrepreneurs and leaders wouldn't be where they are. Just look at Mark Zuckerberg or Barbara

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How To

15 Tips, Hacks and Tricks to Get the Most Out of Google Photos

Many of us have thousands of photos and videos on our phones, and although it’s so easy to take them, it’s less clear how to keep them organized and transfer them to other devices.

In the age of cloud computing and artificial intelligence, you don’t need a cord to backup your photos. You don’t even need to be near your computer. And you certainly shouldn’t be emailing them or messaging them to yourself. There are simpler, more streamlined alternatives, such as Google Photos.

Related:  20 Surprising Things You Can Do With Google Search

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How to Reset a Bad Work Day

Most people don’t wake up ready to start the day like Snow White singing to her helpful little birds. Most days you get caught up in the hustle and bustle and have to push through, and then, there are the bad days when you’re just not feeling it.

The alarm goes off late. Your forehead is pounding, and your body feels like a semi-truck has hit it. Your computer crashes and destroys your assignment hours before the deadline. Your supervisor has taken micromanagement to the next level. You have to work through lunch, and it’s not even the afternoon yet.

Everyone has one of those days. You may feel like it’s your fault, but it’s not. Most of the time, these stressful situations are outside of your control, but you can monitor, accept and reset your reactions. To get started, try these five tips ...

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Happiness

20 Simple Ways to Hack Your Happiness, According to Science

Happiness, anger, depression, anxiety, excitement -- we’ve all experienced each of these emotions before. It’s part of the human condition and how we’re wired. But if we had the option to feel happy 24/7, most of us would probably choose it.

Unfortunately, that’s not exactly how it works. But, what if we were to tell you there are certain things you can do to get you closer to feeling happy all the time? Simple hacks, like taking a walk, planning a vacation and listening to music. That’s right -- it’s as easy as that. Even the slightest tweaks and additions to your daily routine can boost your mood, and get you back on track.

So if you’re feeling down, check out the next 20 slides and hack your way to happiness.

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