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Entrepreneurs

worth-knowing

He Owns the Oldest Hat Store In America and Knows How Tough Entrepreneurship Really Is

Paul Wasserman's Henry the Hatter has thrived for generations in Detroit. He knows everything there is to know about ups and downs.
Take It From The Pros

The Unusual Habits of 8 Famous and Successful People (Infographic)

From 50 cups of coffee a day to crying profusely, check out these strange habits of the rich and famous.
Marriage

How to Make $200,000 in a Single Step

It won't make mom and dad very happy, though.
Inspiring Your Team

The 'Al Capone Theory' Shows How Sexual Harassment Hurts Your Bottom Line, Too

When you hire and partner, look for people whose values you can trust in all things.
Marketing Strategies

9 Low-Budget Marketing Strategies Every Startup Can Afford

Many cash-strapped startups abandon the "superfluous" investment of marketing. Big mistake, because marketing can actually provide that cash.
Burnout

How to Avoid Burnout in a High-Stress Environment

Feeling overly cynical at work of late? Not sleeping well? Drinking too much? These are all telltale signs that you need to take action.
Legal

An Emergency Safety Valve: The Case for Entrepreneurial Estate Planning

Protect your assets and safeguard your family's future with three documents that detail what will happen when you're unable to make decisions later.
Team Work

5 Progressive Ways to Reduce Stress and Increase Productivity

The work environment you create for yourself and your employees can be a source of either inspiration or dread.
20 Questions

Stitch Fix Founder Explains Why the Worst Piece of Advice She Ever Got Was to Raise A Lot of Money

Katrina Lake shares why having too much VC money can be a bad thing for the long term growth of your business.