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3 Tips for Succeeding in Business With Your Loved One

Running a business with your loved one can bring on additional challenges that may take all the romance out of a relationship.

Lisa Stevens

Don't Let Dual Startups Cast a Plague on Both Spouses

A two-entrepreneur household amplifies the challenges of both startups and marriage. With the right strategy neither has to suffer.

Rick Martinez

An Entrepreneur's Guide to Explaining Your Job to Your Kids

Your children are as curious about what you do all day at work as you are about what they do all day at school.

Zeynep Ilgaz

New Jersey Photographer Often Provokes Tears of Joy at Her Boutique Family Portrait Studio

Former freelance photographer Brittany DeMaio gets to create moving moments for parents and kids full-time at her Little Nest Portraits franchise.

Erin Schultz

Don't Focus So Much on Success You Never See Your Friends and Family

True entrepreneurial success is deftly managing business demands so well that you keep close to the people who love you.

Timothy Sykes

Why I Learned to Sleep Standing Up

For a time when my son was a baby, I had to adjust to a difficult sleeping position so he'd stop crying at night. And it worked. Here's what entrepreneurs can learn from this.

Jim Joseph

Why Entrepreneurs Should Support Nationalized Parental Leave

The U.S. is the only industrialized nation in the world that does not provide working moms (or dads) with support during the vital first few months of a newborn's life. It's time for change.

Peter Gasca

How to Keep Your Business Together When Your Marriage Is Coming Apart

Divorce is one of the toughest times in life to make rational decisions, like maintaining the family business because it is in everyone's best interest.

Andrea Murad

Why I Helped My Mom Launch a Startup

Working with my mother further supports my belief that anyone can be an entrepreneur.

Andrew Medal

How Holiday Traditions Big and Small Bind Us Together

Enjoy this annual time of family gatherings, work parties and hanging out with your kids in new pajamas on Christmas Eve.

Jim Joseph

Why Leaders Lean on Friends and Family

Though stress and responsibility come with the role, leaders don't have to face them alone.

Firas Kittaneh