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FCC Proposes $12.9M Fine for Man Who Made Over 6,000 Robocalls

The intention of the calls was to 'cause harm' while achieving media notoriety and increasing publicity for 'his website and personal brand'

Matthew Humphries

How Mistakes Helped This Business Leader Build a Successful Company

The president of Row House shares how making mistakes allowed him to grow and evolve.

David Meltzer

9 Highly Successful Entrepreneurs Reveal the Biggest Startup Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

'Wantrepreneurs' have Swiss-cheese mindsets with too many holes in their thinking.

The Oracles

Don't Let Your Mistakes Define You ... Let Them Refine You

Author and founder Steve Sims talks about how the mistakes he's made in his career helped make him a better entrepreneur.

David Meltzer

Want to Retire Early? Do This One Thing.

Don't start with too much money. (Yes, really.)

The Oracles

Ja Rule on How He Learns From His Mistakes

Ja Rule talks about the importance of having a strong vision in entrepreneurship.

David Meltzer

Over-Promising is the Worst Mistake an Entrepreneur Can Make

Nothing will underwhelm clients and customers more than under-delivering.

John Monarch

Mark Cuban Says These are the Dumbest Things Entrepreneurs Do

Whatever you do, don't do the first thing on this list. Or the second. Definitely not the third.

Jason Fell

From Tragedy to Purpose-Driven Entrepreneur: Keir Weimer's Quest for Redemption

He made costly mistakes as a college student. Now he's on a mission to make his life count.

Former Navy SEAL Commanders Say New Leaders Always Make the Same 2 Mistakes

New leaders are often afraid to admit when they don't know something, and resort to making excuses rather than seeking help, they say.

Richard Feloni

4 Key Ways to Create a Culture of Learning

Supporting learning strengthens employee engagement, which sustains your firm when economic uncertainty looms.

Andrew Geant

5 Things Not to Do When You're Running a Small Business

Here are the lessons I learned from my first attempt at running a business, making my second time around much smoother.