Founders

Look at Yourself as a Business Rather than an Employee

Stop being a staff member and start becoming the CEO of Y-O-U.

Nickie Rowley

Dear Founders: Let Your Spouse Into Your Work Life

For founders, the lines between work and home are consistently blurred. But there are ways to effectively manage the challenges of the founder-spouse dynamic and keep your loved ones in the loop.

Noa Matz

7 Tips for Startup Founders From an Entrepreneur Who Turned VC

Pitching to venture capitalists, understanding their motivation and the main "don'ts" that make an entrepreneur's path smoother.

5 Lessons on Life as an Entrepreneur That You Don't Learn in School

Success might mean unlearning everything you were taught as a kid.

How This First-Generation American Founder Is Taking on Fast-Food Giants

The three most important lessons Ayeshah Abuelhiga has learned in building Mason Dixie Foods.

Mita Mallick

These Two Female Fitness Instructors Were Dismissed by Investors. Now, the Joke's on Them.

Their success came from leaning into their background, not shying away from it.

Mita Mallick

3 Publicity Lessons Women Founders Can Learn From Spanx's Sara Blakely

Sara Blakely didn't become one of the most admired CEOs without taking her public image seriously. Blakely credits her publicity-savvy approach to her grass-roots success that launched a billion-dollar exit.

Tara Coomans

Starting a Business Empowered Jing Gao to Reclaim Her Name

Fly By Jing isn't just a business success story for Gao, but a personal one too.

Jane Poynter Wants to Take You to Space — and She's Not Doing It Like the Billionaire Boys' Rocket Club

Poynter sat down with Entrepreneur to discuss 30 years in the male-dominated aerospace sector and her latest endeavor, Space Perspective, the company striving to send more people to space than ever before.

Amanda Breen