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Pretty Rocks Made From Human Ashes? How This Founder Convinced "Incredibly Skeptical" Funeral Homes to Sell His Novel Service.

Parting Stone founder Justin Crowe realized that to make something new, he'd have to win over an ancient industry.

Frances Dodds

This Founder's Obsessive Music Habit Spun Into Three Different Businesses

Don MacKinnon's love of mixtapes helped him start multiple successful ventures.

Don Mackinnon

If You're Not Writing Down Your Ideas, Ray Dalio Says: 'That's Sort of Stupid.'

The author of the bestselling 'Principles: Life & Work' thinks we miss out on far too many entrepreneurs insights because they never bother to write them down.

Jason Feifer

How a Single Decision Propelled My Company Forward

My company made the decision to develop unique methods to standardize the way we executed our work and it accelerated our growth exponentially.

Ed Macha

4 Tips for Entrepreneurs to Jumpstart Innovation

Methods for forward-thinking business leaders to advance their industry.

Tanveer Zafar

Death By a Million Cuts: The Small Stuff is More Disruptive Than You Think

No one succeeds by sweating the small stuff. How to ruthlessly edit what earns your attention.

Dylan Ogline

I'm An Independent Musician Whose Music Has Appeared In TV, Movies, and Video Games. Here's How I Did It.

It's all about connecting with the right people (and of course, having the music they want).

Black Prez

Uber's Global Head of Grocery on the 'Massive Shift in Consumer Demand' That's Driving Growth

Uber's Raj Beri shares how the app is building on the pandemic-driven success of its grocery delivery business with a bold retail expansion worldwide via mega merchants and 10,000 SMBs.

Want Your Charitable Donation to Actually Help Someone? 4 Questions to Ask Before You Give

If it's been a good year, make sure you maximize your impact by donating effectively.

Michael Faye

'It's Just Human Nature:' A New Book Examines Why Our Work Is Better When We Work Less

Ready for the 4 day work week? Journalists Anne Helen Petersen and Charlie Warzel argue that conversations about the future of work too often miss the bigger picture.

Frances Dodds

Why Jim Cramer Thinks Small Business Owners Can Do More Hiring Than Firing In 2022

The CNBC host says he's bullish on entrepreneurs because he believes in their creative ability to innovate.

Jason Feifer