How to Fail Fast, Rebound And Rapidly Innovate in Your Industry
Practicing 'persistent curiosity' and having a 'stepping-stone' philosophy are key.
Use This Green Beret Method to Find Out if Someone Is Trustworthy
Thinking about a new partnership? Check these boxes before you sign on the dotted line.
How to Find and Make Your Dreams Happen
No one can make your dreams come true except for you.
This Accidental Entrepreneur Is Tackling the Problem of Loneliness
Los Angeles's first 'People Walker' earns $7 a mile making small talk.
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How Your Own 'Startup Weekend' Will Help Drive Company Innovation
You don't want employees feeling like their bright ideas just fall into an abyss. Set aside some time for employees (and their ideas) to shine.
How This Founder Uses His Competitiveness to Succeed in Business
For our series '20 Questions' Matt Ehrlichman, CEO and co-founder of Porch, talks about how he handles work-life balance, how winning motivates him and more.
9 Movie Clips (With Songs!) to Keep You Inspired
These songs and film clips can keep you focused on your business mission.
8 Inspirational Stories That Will Restore Your Faith in Humanity
See, not everything in this world is terrible.
Want to Be a Football (and Basketball) Hall of Fame Boss? Here's How.
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15 Times NASA's Tweets Could Have Been Poetry
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The Day This Eventbrite Co-Founder Learned When to Speak Up
For our series '20 Questions' Julia Hartz, co-founder and CEO of event platform Eventbrite, talks about how she wasn't the 'girl with the lemonade stand,' and what it took to become an entrepreneur.
Going for 'the Gold': What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Athletes
Here are 4 things that businesspeople have in common with those newly minted Olympic champions.
The 3 Best Pieces of Entrepreneurial Advice I've Received
The best examples of inspiration spark thought-provoking discussions.
Belgians Are Hunting Books Instead of Pokémon
Inspired by the success of Pokémon Go, a Belgian primary school headmaster has developed an online game for people to search for books instead of cartoon monsters, attracting tens of thousands of players in weeks.
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