Ideas

Persuasion

Why Being Persuasive Is More Important than Having a Great Idea

Lots of entrepreneurs have great ideas. The successful ones know how to sell them.

Why Fitness Franchise F45 Embraces (and Executes) New Ideas

Fast decisions and implementation keep the business moving forward.

Report: 52 Percent of People Ask Themselves This Question Before Pursuing an Idea

A new report asked 20,000 people from almost every country in the world how they come up with their ideas. Here's what they said.

100 Businesses You Can Start With Less Than $100

There are many obstacles to starting your own business, but money isn't always one of them.

Is Your Business Idea Good? Here's How to Find Out

Should you continue to invest in your product or service, or move on to the next?

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