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Shark Tank's Barbara Corcoran: Real Winners Say 'Hit Me Again'
The real-estate mogul and startup investor knows how to fail -- and she's not afraid to do it.
The Common Advice Barbara Corcoran and an Astronaut Used to Conquer Fear
Most people fear public speaking or experience stage fright at the very thought of delivering a presentation because they don't do it very often.
This New Font Is Designed for People With Dyslexia
Research has suggested dyslexia affects more than one third of U.S. entrepreneurs
Barbara Corcoran's Essential Shark Tools for Success
A real estate executive learns firsthand from an industry icon how to bootstrap a business, be a strong seller, attempt balance and recover from any hard knocks.
Shark Tank's Lori Greiner on the No. 1 Mistake to Avoid When Manufacturing Your Product Overseas
Assembling your products outside of the U.S. can be a lot like driving blindfolded. But it doesn't have to be. Not if you steer clear of this all too common pitfall. Take it from the 'Queen of QVC.'
Shark Tank's 'Mr. Wonderful' on Teaching Kids About Money: 'Put Their Noses In It, Like You're Training a Puppy'
Force them to save and kick them out after they graduate from college, especially if you're rich, he says.
Want Your Kid to Be Successful? Shark Tank's Barbara Corcoran Says You Should Do This.
The millionaire mom of two says the first step is not to step in too much, especially when it comes to getting good grades. Also, let your kid fall so she can learn how to pick herself up.
Watch Our Live Stream of Barbara Corcoran at Entrepreneur's Exclusive Entrepreneurship Event
Special event breaks down what new companies need to know for a successful launch.
The Stars of Shark Tank on How to Dress for Success
Class, comfort and swagger. Some things never go out of style, except for this big business fashion faux pas that Kevin O'Leary and Daymond John say you should avoid.
Shark Tank Star Barbara Corcoran's Top 2 Public Speaking Tips
She may look like a pro now, but Corcoran used to be 'horribly afraid' to get out in front of people and speak.