Entrepreneurs

Corporate Courtships: How Social Businesses Can Seal the Deal
Social Entrepreneurship

Corporate Courtships: How Social Businesses Can Seal the Deal

Partnering with the wrong corporation can spell disaster for a growing social enterprise. Here's what to consider before getting wed to a new initiative.
Neil Parmar
How I Overcame the Challenges of Being a Female Entrepreneur
Female Entrepreneurs

How I Overcame the Challenges of Being a Female Entrepreneur

While its hard out there for a female founder, I am not letting it stop me.
In Business and Love, Emotional Intelligence Rules
Emotions

In Business and Love, Emotional Intelligence Rules

Focusing on the long term, keeping your feelings in check and rooting out negative influences can lead to success.
Eric Schiffer
My Biggest Mistake: Not Closely Examining the Numbers
My Biggest Mistake

My Biggest Mistake: Not Closely Examining the Numbers

An entrepreneur discusses how he fell into the trap of equating revenue with profit.
Mike Templeman
Think Your Job Sucks? New MTV Show Profiles Strange and Awesome Career Paths
Television

Think Your Job Sucks? New MTV Show Profiles Strange and Awesome Career Paths

MTV's new series, which profiles snake venom milkers, beer keg inventors and junk food bloggers, represents the network's first foray into business-centric content.
Geoff Weiss
5 Great Call-to-Action Film Quotes For Entrepreneurs
Inspiration

5 Great Call-to-Action Film Quotes For Entrepreneurs

Sometimes going to a great movie can be a real kick of inspiration. Here are some film quotes to give you a kick in the pants.
Matthew Toren
How Being a Post-Punk Singer Prepared Me for the Startup Life
Startups

How Being a Post-Punk Singer Prepared Me for the Startup Life

Tech founder on seeking funds for albums, booking tours and hanging with Dave Grohl.
David Larson Levine
3 Professionals Entrepreneurs Need for Their Personal Lives
Self Improvement

3 Professionals Entrepreneurs Need for Their Personal Lives

You're used to hiring out your business needs, but here are some professionals you should consider for your personal needs.
Adam Toren
10 Steps to Creating a Business Persona Ready for Any Opportunity
Make More Happen

10 Steps to Creating a Business Persona Ready for Any Opportunity

If you feel your skills and ideas are not being utilized, perhaps you need to build yourself up with these tips.
Regina Anaejionu
My Must-Have Apps: Apps that Help This Founder Host Virtual Meetings and Get Her Kids Home From School
Connected Entrepreneur

My Must-Have Apps: Apps that Help This Founder Host Virtual Meetings and Get Her Kids Home From School

Apps help this CEO run a flexible jobs marketplace by day and balance demands from home by night.
Jennifer Goforth Gregory
4 Ways to Look Like an Expert When You're Just Starting Out
Make More Happen

4 Ways to Look Like an Expert When You're Just Starting Out

Even if newly-minted entrepreneurs are talented and qualified, they often aren't taken seriously right off the bat. Here are a few ways to change that viewpoint.
Dorie Clark
3 Companies Who Make the Environment a Top Concern
Environment

3 Companies Who Make the Environment a Top Concern

Eco-minded entrepreneurs are making big impacts in many different sized businesses. Here are three entrepreneurs building their companies with an eco consciousness.
Matthew Toren
My Biggest Mistake: Trusting the Wrong People
My Biggest Mistake

My Biggest Mistake: Trusting the Wrong People

Often entrepreneurs are anxious to get their startup up and running but not taking the time to make sure all the ducks are all lined up can cause a major headache down the road.
Mike Templeman
The Entrepreneur Behind Flickr Opens Up About Past Mistakes, Lessons Learned and Her Latest Venture
If I Knew Then

The Entrepreneur Behind Flickr Opens Up About Past Mistakes, Lessons Learned and Her Latest Venture

Caterina Fake, the serial entrepreneur behind Flickr, Hunch and Findery talks about the pain of hiring the wrong people, being surrounded by others smarter than you and always needing to be on your toes.
Nina Zipkin