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A Good Entrepreneur Evolves Over Time

Some lessons are best learned through personal experience. Make the most of yours, and seek out mentors who can share their stories.

Why Entrepreneurs Don't Need Business Experience to Start Their Own Company

Shaun Neff never had a full-time job before he started his company, and it worked out okay for him.

3 Biases That Make the C-Suite Deaf to Young Leaders

Just because they're inexperienced doesn't mean they can't generate great ideas.

Going From Failure to Failure Without Loss of Enthusiasm

Success, thus defined, stands on the very shoulders of such unhappy experiences as loss and quitting, failure and striking out. Dig it.

5 Lessons Young Entrepreneurs Mostly Learn the Hard Way

Listening to people who have already learned from mistakes is the smartest thing few people do.

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