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Chris Hemsworth Used to Bomb Auditions. Then This Mindset Shift Made Him a Movie Star, and the Founder of a $200 Million Startup.
The Australian actor won't let himself forget where he came from, and what the point of success is.
These franchises are putting their money where their mouth is when it comes to inclusivity.
Would You Turn Your Small Business Into a Franchise? Here's Why Everyone From Hardware Stores to Hot Dog Shops Are Doing It.
When you've put your blood, sweat and tears into building an independent business, it's hard to know if converting to franchise is selling out, or buying into something better. We talked to business owners across industries about how they made the decision, and to franchisors on why they're pursuing the conversion strategy.
She Competed On The U.S. Olympic Swim Team Before Becoming This Brand's Top Franchisee. Here's Her Winning Business Strategy.
Cammile Adams knows enthusiasm, expertise and common sense go a long way.
Jersey Mike's Grew From a Seaside Deli to a Franchise Giant, and Never Lost Its Charm. This Is How, Its Founder Says.
The inside story of how a New Jersey mom and pop shop stayed small, even as it expanded to over 2,500 locations.
Keep on posting, even when it hurts.
At First, I Couldn't Even Run a Mile. Eventually, I Ran the NYC Marathon. That Showed Me How to Start Business.
You have to start somewhere.
Khloé Kardashian and Emma Grede Drove $200 Million In Annual Sales With Size-Inclusive Fashion Brand, Good American, by Connecting Deeply With Their Clientele
From the beginning, Good American wanted to reach a customer that other designers overlooked. That hasn't come without its challenges.
At 13, I Started a Company of Kids Showing Grandparents How to Use Computers. The Matching Shirts We Wore Taught Me An Important Lesson.
The shirts were the first customer-focused system I ever built.
From a Lego rendition of Van Gogh's "Starry Night," to a robotic mower that cuts the grass for you.
Maybe you see personal brands as indulgent and self-centered, or a waste of time better spent on other tasks. But consider this.
The key to Howes' success is his willingness to be honest about what people need, and revise his story again and again.
He left me the book 'Life Is Short,' and its lessons became a guiding principle for everything I do.
He Names Brands for Amazon, Meta and Forever 21, and Says This Is the Big Blank Space In the Naming Game
Naming specialist Ragen Alexander says that companies often get stuck thinking they must have a few popular qualities in a brand name. But they're missing big opportunities to capitalize on language in other ways.
Blake Lively Knows Being a Perfectionist Is 'Weaponized' Against Women, But She's Micromanaged Her Way to Millions, So She's Not Stopping Now
The "Gossip Girl" actress is done apologizing for being a control freak. After all, obsessing over every little detail is what's made her mixer brand Betty Buzz a raging success.
You know it when you see it, and you don't have to be a comedic genius to make it work for you.
A sign I received as a gift has shown me how to chart my own path.
The cofounders of Smart Passive Income have learned that pushing through disagreements leads to successes more than avoidance and resentments.