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5 Keys to Entrepreneurial Success in 2017

Gamblers trust to luck, entrepreneurs trust in their own hard work.
Nutrition

The Next Entrepreneurial Gold Rush

The nutrition industry is poised to see tremendous growth as consumers plan meals that do more than just fuel the body.
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This 25-Year Old Found Success When He Started Helping Others Succeed

Three years ago Scott Oldford was deeply in debt. When he shifted focus from himself to serving his audience, everything changed for the better.
Team Work

10 Free Online Tools Every Entrepreneur Should Know About

Here are tools which will make your life easier and help your business take off right away.
Project Grow

What Is a Leader's Most Important Job?

Leadership is all about helping teams accomplish goals.
Take It From The Pros

The 10 Best Motivational Books of 2016

Deeply authentic accounts of personal trials, hard-learned truths and unexpected epiphanies teach readers that anything is possible -- once you understand that hard work alone isn't enough.
Automation

Is a Robot the 'New Entrepreneur'?

Hint: Check-out jobs are threatened. But service jobs with distinct cognitive skills are safe. "Terminator 2" isn't here yet.
Goals

7 Steps to Achieving Any Goal in Life

SMARTER goals will help you make almost any dream a reality.
Project Grow

The 10 Best Ted Talks of 2016, According to the Head of TED

Each year, dozens of people take the stage at TED to present their stories. Some are funny, some are informative, some break your heart.
First Impressions

A Stupid 3-Word Phrase That Instantly Ruins Your Credibility

If somebody tells you price isn't important they are delusional.
Gift Guide

33 Gifts Entrepreneurs Actually Want for Christmas in 2016

The guide to finding the best gifts for the entrepreneur in your life.
Work-Life Balance

How to Hustle Through the Holidays

This is the time of year to shift focus to friends and family, but without taking your eye completely off the ball.