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Why Most Startups Fail

Here's how you can avoid the same fate.

Not All Failure Should Be Celebrated

When it comes to failure, entrepreneurs should be taking healthy and educated risk that may yield a setback, rather than failing just to fail.

Adam Foroughi

What a DJ and a Rapping Cowboy Can Teach You About Branding

Just like in the entertainment industry, you're either different or you're invisible.

John Brubaker

5 Reasons Heartbreak Is Good for Entrepreneurs

Like business failures, however, there is a great deal to be learned from them. Here are five reasons to get over the fear of both.

Peter Gasca

What Surviving a Failed Venture Taught Me About Preparing for Abrupt Change

Tough times teach lessons more memorable and valuable than any we learn when things are going well.

Kristy Rampton

Why Most Restaurants Featured on 'Kitchen Nightmares' Fail

British chef Gordon Ramsay supposedly turns things around for these business owners every episode, but they go out of business anyway. Here's an explanation.

Gene Marks

Lacking Capital, Talent or Connections? That's Just the Fear Talking.

To see if there is any future for a new business, focus only on the essentials and develop a minimum viable product.

Kuty Shalev

How to Regroup When You've Lost Your Way

Should your company falter, here's how you can get it back on track.

Kate Swoboda

Failure: The Key Ingredient to Winning

Here are five tips to ensure the good days don't go to your head and the bad ones don't go to your heart.

Jeremy Bloom

5 Tips for Building Adaptivity Into Your Business Model

No startup business plan is so good that it anticipates every twist and change in the market and customer demand. To thrive, anticipate the unknown.

Jan Verleur

Why Hair Salons and Day Spas Fail

Every new business owner faces an uphill battle for survival. Find out what hurdles you might encounter in the salon/spa industry.

When You Focus on Failure Statistics, You May End Up One

Statistics tell you everything and nothing at the same time. So anyone that lets failure statistics affect their willingness to start a business has already lost the entrepreneur game.