Even the richest man in the world messes up sometimes.
'Fail fast' may be a Silicon Valley motto, but that's not the case across Africa. Here, failure is often stigmatized. And yet, not talking about it is leading to even bigger failures.
All entrepreneurs crave success but only those most willing to fail will achieve it.
We all have choices to make regarding how we live: Are we going to choose to let our fears overtake us?
Plastc promised its card device could store information from up to 20 other payment cards, saving customers the bother of carrying wallets filled with different cards.
Inspiring Your Team
Mark Moses shares his business and life lessons on how to think big, build amazing teams, create company culture and overcome adversity.
Even the greatest minds and entrepreneurs strike out sometimes.
America's Small Business Heroes
We envy people who enjoyed meteoric success but we most respect the people who were knocked down and got back up.
When they hit rock bottom, they turned disaster and persistence into millions.
If you understand why this is the case, you'll be able to better prepare yourself and potentially avoid some of the pitfalls of first-time business ownership.
Once so close to an Olympic medal, Dillon is now founder and CEO of FRENDS.
How do the best salespeople carry on after being told "no" so many times? First, they stop feeling sorry for themselves.
Instant failure would be better than a long and slow demise from diminishing returns.
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