Think about networks, connections and relationships. Think Hemingway and Van Gogh.
Starting a Business
Use the D.O.V.E technique, and watch your great idea transform into a viable business for the long term.
You want to start your own business. What business idea is right for you? Let's review three common ones.
With 22 percent of boomers having less than $100,000 of retirement savings, many will opening their own business for financial security and a purposeful later stage of life.
CEOs need a great plan in place -- and the expectation that sometimes, nothing goes as planned.
What makes Uber's app and business model so ingenius is its perfect fit to an enormous, established market.
The Internet has changed learning and business for the better. What's more, you can wear your pajamas to class.
To deliver at the leading edge, you must think at the leading edge, and that means thinking outside your comfort zone.
Some ideas are good, lots are bad. Here's how to master the craft of finding and fostering the breakthrough.
Entrepreneurs dream of bringing to market the next big thing but you can do very well just by recognizing the next big thing and improving it.
Why relinquish financial control to the stock market when you could be working on your own worthy ideas?
If you want to meet somebody in this world, this struggling musician says, you can.
What sets apart products that succeed from those that don't? Creating cool products that people will want is not enough, not by a long shot.
If you think of that first great insight as just the starting point, you won't give up on it when at first it doesn't succeed.