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What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Theranos's Fall From Grace

Honesty and transparency are vital for success. Don't let your customers hear from somebody else that you've sold them a work in progress.

Lydia Belanger

Startup Failure Is When Your Leadership Will Be Tested Most

It's important to lead like a boss particularly when you've made the command decision to close it down.

When an Employee Wants to Quit, You're Much Better Off Helping Him or Her Make the Transition

One sign of a very well-run company is when employees can tell their boss they need to move on, without being shoved out the door.

Janet Comenos

The Importance of Integrity: Now More Than Ever

Keeping your word to yourself and others makes you exactly the kind of entrepreneur people want to do business with.

Nick Unsworth

The 5 Traits of Great Leaders Who Can Build a Business Without Sacrificing Integrity

If you build your business with lies, those lies will catch up to you one day.

Brian Tracy

What Not to Do: 5 Lessons From Failed Unicorns

Smart business practices will always prevail.

Daniel Neiditch

3 Unconventional Sales Tactics That Will Close More Deals

If you keep marketing the same way you have in the past, you'll keep getting the same results. Try something different.

Mark Daoust

How to Make Sales Without Constantly Asking for Them

Run your business from the heart, not your wallet.

Greg Rollett

The Vietnam War Is History But Teaches a Lesson Every Leader Must Still Learn

Great leadership is about seeing things as they are, not as you want them to be.

Matthew Wride

Build Your Personal Brand by Conducting Business Like Best-in-Class Entrepreneurs

Acting with class and earning a reputation for being honorable is the foundation of living well.

Michael Mamas

Want My Business? Don't Lie to Me.

The quickest way to make this millionaire's blacklist is to make something up when establishing a connection.

Carol Roth

Getting Employees to Tell the Whole Truth When You Need to Hear It

Only strong leadership will convince your team they can tell you problems without being blamed for them.