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Why Selena Gomez Is Cofounding a Mental Health Media Company With Her Mom Mandy Teefey and Newsletter Whiz Daniella Pierson: "Once I Understood What Was Happening In My Mind, I Gained a Sense of Purpose"
Gomez's openness about her mental health struggles has endeared her to millions of fans. Now she's channeling her influence into a business that will help others speak up and feel seen.
Sometimes keeping other people's weird accomplishments in sight helps to keep our own aspirations in perspective.
In today's recruiting landscape, hiring the best people means making the interview process a two-way conversation
He Moved From Pakistan at 18 and Got a Job at KFC. Three Decades Later He Owns a KFC, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and More.
Shawn Shariff has operated every one of Yum! Brands flagship brands in Southern California.
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Working With Mother Teresa, She Was Inspired by Older People's Compassion. So She Started a Caregiving Business That Hires Them.
Kiran Yocom started franchise Seniors Helping Seniors because she felt there was no one better equipped to do the job.
Chasing business trends may not always pan out, so make sure you're betting on the big picture.
Six entrepreneurs share breakthrough moments that changed how they do business.
Liquid Death Got Ridiculously Successful by Asking One Question: 'What's the Dumbest Idea You Can Think of Right Now?'
Want to stand out in a crowded market? The founder of ridiculous canned-water brand Liquid Death has a suggestion: Embrace dumb ideas.
Pretty Rocks Made From Human Ashes? How This Founder Convinced "Incredibly Skeptical" Funeral Homes to Sell His Novel Service.
Parting Stone founder Justin Crowe realized that to make something new, he'd have to win over an ancient industry.
Don MacKinnon's love of mixtapes helped him start multiple successful ventures.
The author of the bestselling 'Principles: Life & Work' thinks we miss out on far too many entrepreneurs insights because they never bother to write them down.
Ready for the 4 day work week? Journalists Anne Helen Petersen and Charlie Warzel argue that conversations about the future of work too often miss the bigger picture.
The CNBC host says he's bullish on entrepreneurs because he believes in their creative ability to innovate.
What skills will be most in demand next year? Will supply chain issues get better? We got the scoop from an elite team of forecasters.
You just might learn a thing or two about how to look into your own crystal ball.
What'll happen to the price of advertising? Will more female founders get funded? We had Good Judgment's superforecasters answer these questions and more.
It's not a sexy mantra, but it can save you a lot of stress and frustration.