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Franchise of the Day: Make Moving Fun With This Crew

Chores and to-do lists are always more enjoyable when there's a good view.

Play On: Why Play Time Will Help Your Business

Inject more fun into your life and unlock your true potential.

Grant Davis

10 Internet Easter Eggs to Hunt for This Sunday (Infographic)

There are some hidden gems in the rabbit hole that is the Internet.

Carly Okyle

Bootstrapping Is Much More Fun Than Investors

Bootstrapping does require a full confidence in your own passion with no investors to lean on or blame. But isn't that why you signed up to be an entrepreneur in the first place?

Martin Zwilling

Ohio Woman Leaves a Career on Campus to Make Learning Fun With Legos at Snapology

Gina Cuffari uses building blocks to provide local kids with a holistic and entertaining after-school educational experience.

Erin Schultz

Fun, Flexibility and Competition Will Put the Pep Back in the Step of Your Staff

As a business owner, I've seen it with my own eyes -- these eight strategies will increase employee productivity by 20 percent.

Peter Daisyme

Don't Be Afraid of Using the 'F Word' at Work. It Never Hurts to Have More Fun!

People do not want to work for a boring manager or a hostile tyrant. Would you?

Ken Dunn

Check Out These Facepalm-Worthy IT Requests

We dare you to make it through these without laughing.

Carly Okyle

These Toymakers Want to Show Kids the Fun of Snail Mail

Turtle Mail wants to show little digital natives what it's like to receive and send physical letters.

Nina Zipkin

Reconnecting With Play Will Help You Succeed

Play isn't just for children. As we age, it can help us to innovate better, prevent anxiety and stress and live a more fulfilling existence.

Mansal Denton

What Happens When Uber Brings Puppies to Your Office

The staff at Entrepreneur walked away with more than just the warm fuzzies.

Carly Okyle

Want to Be Successful? Have Fun. Seriously.

One day I made a promise to myself: If work ever stopped being fun, I would quit and do something else. That promise turned out to be the key to a successful career.

Steve Tobak