Entrepreneurs

Surprising Networking Tricks You're Not Using
SXSW

Surprising Networking Tricks You're Not Using

Experts reveal the tricks and digital tools they use to keep connections from fading after SXSW or any networking event.
Jacob Hall
How to Embrace 'The Lazy Entrepreneur' Philosophy  (And Still Be Successful)
Strategic Planning

How to Embrace 'The Lazy Entrepreneur' Philosophy (And Still Be Successful)

Many people believe you need to work like a dog to make your business a success, but that is not always necessarily true. Entrepreneurs that work smartly can have a successful business, while also working less hours.
Dana Brownlee
10 Inspirational Quotes from Navy SEAL Training
Inspiration

10 Inspirational Quotes from Navy SEAL Training

Entrepreneurship may not be as punishing, but there is a lot to learn from these elite military members.
Jeff Boss
Let Go of the Fallacy of Quantum Leap Success
Inspiration

Let Go of the Fallacy of Quantum Leap Success

Plugging away at small tasks can yield big results -- over time. Just be sure to plan.
Jeff Olson
How Making Employees Lifelong Learners Can Help Your Company Succeed
Human Resources

How Making Employees Lifelong Learners Can Help Your Company Succeed

A culture that prioritizes learning results in a workforce focused on continuous improvement. Here are six tactics to cultivate a learning environment.
Aaron Skonnard
How to Overcome the Myths of Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurs

How to Overcome the Myths of Entrepreneurship

With a new startup popping up every day, many people have formed stereotypes of what entrepreneurship entails. Here are a few misconceptions about the entrepreneurial journey and how to overcome them.
Fred Dawkins
Reality Check: 3 Steps to Bring Egomaniacs Back to Earth
Human Resources

Reality Check: 3 Steps to Bring Egomaniacs Back to Earth

When an employee thinks they're more valuable than they truly are, it can create problems.
Adam Callinan
When It's Appropriate to Micromanage
Human Resources

When It's Appropriate to Micromanage

There is a fine line between being effectively hands-on and micromanaging. Here's when to get more involved.
Lindsay Broder
What Movie Sets Can Teach Startups About Managing Creatives
SXSW

What Movie Sets Can Teach Startups About Managing Creatives

We talk to a production company for its tips on how small companies can put together teams that work.
Jacob Hall
How Relationships Are Fueling One Online Locavore Marketplace
Connected Entrepreneur

How Relationships Are Fueling One Online Locavore Marketplace

Boise startup Direct Local Food connects local farmers and ranchers on their terms – and in the process created a new way to help put more fresh food on tables.
Sarah Max
How a 'Yes' Mentality Helped Turn 'Yes to' Into a Major Beauty Brand
Trep Talk

How a 'Yes' Mentality Helped Turn 'Yes to' Into a Major Beauty Brand

Joy Chen, CEO of the company behind the Yes to Carrots and Yes to Tomatoes beauty lines, shares her experience turning the once unprofitable company into a fast-growing brand.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
I Had Been Fired and Evicted, and Still Retired at 27
Success Stories

I Had Been Fired and Evicted, and Still Retired at 27

The young founder of a real-estate firm describes how he made his first million.
Brenton Hayden
First-Time Manager? Start Here.
Human Resources

First-Time Manager? Start Here.

Managing employees for the first time is equal parts exhilarating and terrifying. Here's how to handle it.
Steve Tobak
4 Fighting Instincts to Succeed in Business and Life
Take It From The Pros

4 Fighting Instincts to Succeed in Business and Life

As I child, entrepreneur Eric Schiffer was surrounded by great fighters like George Foreman. Here he explains what lessons he learned from these legends and how to apply them to business.
Eric Schiffer
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