Entrepreneurs

Sage Advice for Entrepreneurs From America's Greatest Risk Takers
Project Grow

Sage Advice for Entrepreneurs From America's Greatest Risk Takers

These quotes from five signers of the Declaration of Independence show their wisdom lives on.
Matthew Toren
4 Automation Techniques That Will Make You Rethink Recruitment
Recruiting

4 Automation Techniques That Will Make You Rethink Recruitment

Automation does the grudge work so you have more time and attention for getting to know the people who will build your company.
Kes Thygesen
6 Tips From the Improv Stage You Can Apply to Your Business
Theater

6 Tips From the Improv Stage You Can Apply to Your Business

Improv isn't just for theatrical actors; it can teach your employees, too.
Darrah Brustein
How One Man Turned a Layoff Into a Successful Business
Starting a Business

How One Man Turned a Layoff Into a Successful Business

A full-time job at a prospering company does not equate to job security, as one entrepreneur learned after getting laid off.
Ben Simkin
Here's What I Learned When I Quit My Own Business
Startup Lessons

Here's What I Learned When I Quit My Own Business

Just when you think you have it all figured out, you learn that you don't.
Mark Asquith
6 Success Secrets From the Most Influential Tech CEOs
worth-knowing

6 Success Secrets From the Most Influential Tech CEOs

Everyone entrepreneur will face trials and tribulations, here's how these innovators managed to thrive in the face of adversity.
Murray Newlands
Three New Tools Savvy Entrepreneurs Shouldn't Ignore
Tools

Three New Tools Savvy Entrepreneurs Shouldn't Ignore

Hesitant to spend $300 for a pair of headphones? We've got an alternative.
12 Low-Cost Business Ideas for Introverts
Low-Cost Business Ideas

12 Low-Cost Business Ideas for Introverts

Many introverts excel at running their own startups or being self-employed. Here's a list of low-cost business ideas that maximize on the skills of introversion for under $1,000.
Rose Leadem
What to Do If You Get a Notice From the IRS
Taxes

What to Do If You Get a Notice From the IRS

Little is less welcome than a letter from IRS but there are ways to mitigate the costs and lessen the stress.
Tom Taulli
Defining Your Ever-Present Brand Energy
Take It From The Pros

Defining Your Ever-Present Brand Energy

What is it that you can be counted on to contribute in all circumstances and at all times? Figure that out, and you'll have identified your brand energy.
Karen Tiber Leland
Daymond John Says These Are the 2 Worst Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make When Pitching Investors
Shark Tank

Daymond John Says These Are the 2 Worst Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make When Pitching Investors

Avoid these common pitching blunders or risk walking away with empty pockets.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
The 4 Mindsets That Will Make or Break Your Startup
worth-knowing

The 4 Mindsets That Will Make or Break Your Startup

Your startup mindset can make or break your business plan. Use positivity, passion and self-awareness for greater success.
Daniel Newman
Why You Couldn't Pay Me to Work a 'Real' Job
Remote Workers

Why You Couldn't Pay Me to Work a 'Real' Job

The nine-to-five grind is not for everyone -- especially me, who gets to work flexible hours sitting in my office chair at the beach drinking a margarita.
Sherry Gray
How to Enjoy Time Off When You're the Boss
Vacations

How to Enjoy Time Off When You're the Boss

If you can't run your business and take a vacation, you should consider getting a job.
Jacqueline Whitmore
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