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Bethenny Frankel builds multimillion-dollar brands, stars in TV shows, and vigorously defends every moment of her day. The secret? It starts with deciding what matters (and what doesn't).
My favorite shoes -- Nike Air Jordan 11s -- have an important signature on them, but it's not their namesake's. It's from someone who inspires me to move forward as an entrepreneur.
The end of the pandemic is in sight, and many franchises are anticipating an explosion in business. Leaders at four franchises share how their brands are working overtime to prepare for the rush and win back coveted business.
In 2020, just before the pandemic, we photographed the staff of Zola in their New York office. One year later, we checked back in to see how they're doing -- at home.
Finding a service provider to help you manage payroll or HR functions can save valuable time. Here are five things to prioritize in your search.
Home renovation startup Sweeten created trust as the foundation of its business -- and now it has $1.5 billion worth of work in its pipeline.
Industrial-services franchise Pirtek USA was deemed an essential business last year. Making it through a pandemic wasn't easy, but CEO Kim Gubera says they're stronger as a result.
Yousuf Ali had a successful career in marketing until he failed to embrace new technologies. Now, as a My Eyelab franchisee, embracing forward-thinking capabilities is the key to his success.
I Built Apron Brand Hedley & Bennett Into a Fast Success. Our Lack of Structure Almost Brought Us to a Halt.
My business barely survived its first few years, and I nearly crumbled under the stress. Then I learned the greatest lesson of my career, which transformed our company into the go-to apron brand for restaurants everywhere: Without process, we are nothing.
Your team has big ideas. To unlock them, you must first build an environment of support and encouragement.
Clubhouse is creating a new kind of star. Meet one of the biggest: Swan Sit.
Sure, you can speak in someone else's Clubhouse room. But you may have more fun (and get more attention) creating your own.
Like so many people -- and so many entrepreneurs -- my husband and business partner struggles with his mental health. I'm speaking up so others know: With the right understanding, life and business can still be good.
The pandemic has sparked a boom in young entrepreneurship. Here's what caused it -- and how entrepreneurial parents can light a fire like never before.
What's the secret to winning people over? Simple: Make it as absolutely easy as possible to say yes.