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Entrepreneur | October 2018
October 2018
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Guy Fieri Is Insanely Busy. Here's How He Gets It All Done.

The chef, TV star, vintner and entrepreneur has a secret to being in a million places at once.

How Franchises Can Find the Right Technology Partners and CRMs

One size doesn't fit all. Here's how franchise systems can find the perfect fit -- and prepare their franchises for changes to come.

Why This Online Clothing Company Started Sharing Its Profits With Brick-and-Mortar Stores

To calm the nerves of traditional shops and department stores (and grow their customer base), Ledbury made a drastic offering.

How This Molly Maid Franchisee Built a Million-Dollar Business

She started cleaning houses. Now Christina Clark is cleaning up.

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Why This Franchisor Invests in Franchisees Who Have No Experience

Home Franchise Concepts CEO Shirin Behzadi knows what it's like to be underestimated -- so now, she gives everyone a fighting chance.

Want Brutally Honest Feedback From Employees? Here's How These 6 Entrepreneurs Get It.

It's tough being the boss, and no one is perfect. Here's how your team can help you be better.

Why You Need to Use NDAs to Protect Your Business

Don't think of them as aggressive -- instead, think of nondisclosure agreements as a fast-track toward trust.

Evernote's Silicon Valley Headquarters Offer Company-Wide Collaboration (and Lego-Building Classes)

The open space and cross-departmental gatherings creates an office culture where colleagues are constantly learning from each other.

Why This Comforter Startup Had to Make Its Product Less Perfect

When Buffy set out to build a cozy, cooling, eco-friendly comforter, they encountered an unexpected problem in manufacturing -- and had to solve it by making the item less perfect.

How Christina Tosi Took Milk Bar From a Single Bakery to a Sugary Empire in 10 Years

The chef and entrepreneur won't settle for anything less than perfection -- which is why she spent two years developing a single cake recipe.

Savvy Startups Like Casper and Brandless Are Investing in Brand Image First -- and You Should, Too

Product used to be king, but in today's fast-moving, copycat-filled world of business, a strong identity can be the key to success.

How This Cowboy Hat Reminds the CEO of Zenefits That Hard Work Is Always Worth It

When he's not at the office, Jay Fulcher is working at his family's horse ranch. Both take a grueling amount of time and commitment.

Old Company. Troubled Industry. Inside the Effort to Reboot Century 21, the Real Estate Giant.

Technology has threatened the real estate agent, but people still hate the home-buying process. Can Century 21 fix it?

The Topgolf Founders Fought Through Countless Rejections -- and Built America's Favorite New Game

After being shunned by investors and struggling to find their audience, a big-thinking partner helped guide these founders to viral success.

I Became a Better Marketer When I Started Thinking Like an Entrepreneur

When you think the way entrepreneurs think, you see everything around you differently.

What You Can Learn From Some of the Best Company Cultures in America

From emotional team building talks to a dunk tank reserved for the boss, here's how these employers keep their teams happy.

Why This CEO Fired Himself and Asked His Friend to Take Over

Matt Bodnar was always good at solving problems. But when he became CEO, he saw his company struggle under his leadership. So he made a drastic change.

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