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The Shadow Side of Greatness

Many of the qualities that make people great have shadow sides as well.

James Clear

How Justin Mares Validated His Business in 2 Weeks With $100

If your idea winds up being a dud, you're better off knowing that after a $100 investment than a $100,000 one.

Eric Siu

25 Fastest Growing Freelance Skills

If you're a freelancer, here are some of the highly demanded skills that could land you some big projects.

Due

How Jack Ma Overcame His 7 Biggest Failures

Ma, one of the world's most successful entrepreneurs, seems proudest that he was happy with little and able to overcame much.

Alp Mimaroglu

How This Founder Uses His Competitiveness to Succeed in Business

For our series '20 Questions' Matt Ehrlichman, CEO and co-founder of Porch, talks about how he handles work-life balance, how winning motivates him and more.

Grace Reader

18 Ways to Bounce Back from Failure

It starts with being honest and not going it alone.

Nina Zipkin

How 'Risky' Hires Can Become Your Most Loyal Staffers

Entrepreneur Tina Howell loves taking risks, even when it comes to hiring employees.

Jason Daley

Here's What You Need to Know About Elon Musk

We all know he's a genius, but here are seven other things you may not have known about the tech pioneer.

Carolyn Sun

4 Ways To Remain Productive When Working From Home

The oxymoronic home-office is really a minefield of distractions and temptations, dithering and surfing. Here's a survival strategy.

Nadya Khoja

Being Perpetually Busy Is a Kind of Laziness, Tim Ferriss Says

Ask yourself: Is what you're doing really what you want to and should be doing?

Tim Ferriss: Successful People Aren't Different -- You're Just Making Excuses

The world's most successful people may seem superhuman, but to think that they are fundamentally different from you is dead wrong, Ferriss says.

How This Entrepreneur Grew His Company 57,000 Percent in 3 Years

Tom Bilyeu didn't have money or much experience when he started but his idea was good and he worked very hard.

Adam Toren