Entrepreneur Magazine: December 2019

Featured Article

Sterling K. Brown Wants the Conversation Around Diversity to Shift From 'Inclusion' to 'Celebration'

The producer and 'This Is Us' actor says recognizing and embracing differences creates the best collaboration.

What It's Like Inside Spanx Headquarters

Failure is supported -- and even encouraged -- at the billion-dollar shapewear brand.

The Hottest Franchise Categories of 2020

Get to know 347 franchises in trend-topping industries that will continue to boom next year (and likely beyond).

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How to Succeed in 2020

Twelve entrepreneurs and industry experts talked us through the trends to come in the next year -- and offered advice on how to navigate your way to a successful future.
Education

Why Franchises Are Funding Their Employees' Education

Here's a hint: It's really good for business.
Editor's Note

How to Sell Yourself

The opening sentence of our pitch is our most important. And too many of us are getting it wrong.
Lessons

To Survive Rapid Success, Remember to Slow Down

My sunglasses brand was blowing up. I tried to keep up, and moved too fast. It almost sunk us.
Reinvention

How The Country's Goofiest Baseball Team Made Millions

The Savannah Bananas' Jesse Cole turned an unloved team into the hottest ticket in town. Now he has a lesson for every CEO who wants to turn a company around: Stop doing what people hate.
Problem Solvers

The Pivot That Helped This Founder Get Into 10,000 Stores

Jesse Wolfe created a delicious hummus that people loved, but he struggled to make big sales. Then he spotted the opportunity in his failure.
Success and Failures

Can GoPro Reinvent Itself... By Going Back to Its Past?

The action-camera company grew fast, and crashed hard. Now it's trying to pick itself back up -- by thinking a lot smaller.

Diane von Furstenberg: Every Successful Person Feels Like a Loser (Even Me)

The fashion icon knows that things will go wrong, and that she'll have doubts -- even today! But she says there's just one thing entrepreneurs can always control: themselves.
Management

How to Handle Star Employees With Bad Attitudes

Six entrepreneurs share their best methods.