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If your idea winds up being a dud, you're better off knowing that after a $100 investment than a $100,000 one.
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.
Entrepreneur Tina Howell loves taking risks, even when it comes to hiring employees.
The oxymoronic home-office is really a minefield of distractions and temptations, dithering and surfing. Here's a survival strategy.
Ask yourself: Is what you're doing really what you want to and should be doing?
The world's most successful people may seem superhuman, but to think that they are fundamentally different from you is dead wrong, Ferriss says.
Tom Bilyeu didn't have money or much experience when he started but his idea was good and he worked very hard.