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Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs

Derek Jeter on What Motivates Him

The Yankee great, Miami Marlins CEO and Players' Tribune founder tells us what pushes him.
Mistakes

Avoid These 5 Early Mistakes I Made as an Entrepreneur

Learn from my mistakes and save yourself unnecessary hardship.
Video

5 Tips for Creating Quality Video Content Even If You're Clueless How to Begin

Like pretty much everything else, getting started is half of succeeding.
Failure

PSA: If Your Business Fails, It Doesn't Mean You're a Failure

Learn how to manage the highs and lows of entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneurs

Gene Hammett on 'The Trap of Success,' Overcoming Fears and Finding Significance

The speaker and author recently reflected on the '2 X 4' day when life hit him over the head with the realization of the new direction he needed to go in.
Solopreneur

Why More One-Person Businesses Are Breaking $1 Million In Revenue

The number of solo entrepreneurs and partnerships hitting seven-figures rose 33 percent since 2011.
Failure

All Entrepreneurs Face Failure But the Successful Ones Didn't Quit

Fear of failure is natural. In entrepreneurship, overcoming your fears is essential.
Veteran Entrepreneurs

4 Veteran-Owned Companies to Watch in 2018

These entrepreneurs share a passion for overcoming challenges and continuing to use their skills and talents to support their families and their communities.
Entrepreneurs

3 Ways to Up Your Game in 2018

Getting out of your comfort zone can make you a better entrepreneur.
Ask Entrepreneur

Low on Motivation? 7 Psychological Hacks to Get Going

Studies show that the 'average' optimal time for a work-break split entails working for 52 minutes and breaking for 17.