Overcoming Obstacles - Page: 18

3 Reasons to Be Proud of Your Brick-and-Mortar Shop

Student entrepreneur Sarah Haselkorn on the daily rewards she gets from operating a physical location.

Sarah Haselkorn

· 3 min read

Why the World Needs More Brilliant 'Stupid' Ideas

Next time someone says your business idea has more 'hair than brains,' consider the countless examples of fellow stupid-successful entrepreneurs.

Richie Norton

· 5 min read

Stop Saying 'I'm Sorry:' 3 Reasons Why Apologizing Prevents Progress

It's just not helpful to say you're sorry. Instead, focus on the problem and how to prevent it from happening again, suggests business coach Antonio Neves.

Antonio Neves

How to Thrive During Tough Times

Three tips to help you adapt and grow as a leader.

Nadia Goodman

· 3 min read

How to Train Your Brain to Stay Positive

Three tips to help you keep a optimistic outlook on the challenges of running a business.

Nadia Goodman

Critical Lessons from 5 Common Startup Mistakes

How to find inspiration in your failure, learn from your mistakes and come out better on the other side.

Lewis Howes

Six Tips to Keep Your Business Going After Losing Your Partner

How to survive and rebuild while dealing with grief and loss.

Gwen Moran

How to Break Bad News to Clients

Three tips for delivering bad news without hurting the client relationship, or your credibility.

Nadia Goodman

James Dyson on Using Failure to Drive Success

The innovative inventor of the dual cyclone vacuum cleaner explains why failing is a key component to the creative process.

Nadia Goodman

3 Tips for Dealing with the Skeletons in Your Closet

How to help your company put past mistakes to rest.

Nadia Goodman

How to Stop Over Thinking and Get Things Done

Three tips to help business leaders improve their decision making and increase productivity.

Nadia Goodman

In Business, There's No Such Thing as an Accident

Behavioral economists are finding that business people often fail to account for low-likelihood, high-impact events when planning for disaster.

Business on Main staff

· 4 min read