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Open Letter to Parents: You Are Not Helping to Raise Leaders

You mean well for your kids, but by attacking teachers and schools, you are undermining your child's ability to complete in a global marketplace.

Peter Gasca

Ohio Woman Leaves a Career on Campus to Make Learning Fun With Legos at Snapology

Gina Cuffari uses building blocks to provide local kids with a holistic and entertaining after-school educational experience.

Erin Schultz

Barbara Corcoran: You Can't Devote Yourself to Your Business and Children at the Same Time

For the 'Shark Tank' star, becoming a mother meant dialing back her professional obligations.

Laura Entis

Why Single Women Are Quicker to Jump Into Entrepreneurship

Single women and married women make the decision to be self-employed for different reasons, according to a new study. Here's a breakdown of their relative motivations.

An Entrepreneur's Guide to Explaining Your Job to Your Kids

Your children are as curious about what you do all day at work as you are about what they do all day at school.

Zeynep Ilgaz

Choosing the Right College or No College: A Real-Life Analysis

Making the right decision of whether or not to send a child to college and which college to send them to must go beyond a straight financial calculation.

Matt Sweetwood

How Fatherhood Changed This Man's Career Course

Mike Keeney had been working in the hospitality industry for more than 20 years before becoming a Discovery Point franchisee.

Carly Okyle

'Shark Tank' Recap: Barbara Corcoran Gets Baffled by a 'Wild-Ass Entrepreneur'

Who walks away from two deals from the sharks? A woman with a better place mat.

Brian O'Connor

Leadership Lessons My 14-Year-Old Son Taught Me

Sometimes, adults need to remember to double-tie their shoes and to take their iPhones out of their pockets before jumping into a pool, too.

Ken Dunn

Last Year, Reading Rainbow Raised $5.4 Million on Kickstarter. Then, the Real Work Began.

With a record 105,000 backers, the crowdfunding campaign presented logistical challenges, but appears to have made good on its commitments.

5 Ways Children Can Teach You How to Keep the Dream Alive

Here are lessons we can learn from the little ones to keep going no matter what in the pursuit of success.

Matthew Toren

Dad, Not the Doll, Will Determine Your Daughters' Success

Don't worry about Barbie shaping the way your child sees herself. Worry about how you treat her.

Carol Roth