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The One Thing Entrepreneurs Ignore That's Crucial for Success

Don't neglect certain relationships in the pursuit of your goals and dreams.

Michael Fenech

9 Ways to Indulge Your Creative Side at Work

Thinking outside the box is a cornerstone of innovation, but creativity can come in many forms. Here are several ideas that might just make you a better entrepreneur. 

John Boitnott

What I've Learned in 20 Years of Being an Entrepreneur

Seasoned business owners often have great insight that can help you find success and growth.

Lesley Pyle

3 Reasons Why the Addiction to Approval is Toxic for Your Mental Health

And five actionable steps to quit your addiction and learn to trust yourself.

Tugba Yanaz

7 Surprising Ways You Self-Sabotage in Your Business (and What to Do Instead)

When we focus on the wrong things in business, we move away from the freedom we're seeking and instead find ourselves stuck.

Create Your Personal Manifesto in 25 Minutes

Instead of creating yet another set of ambitious goals, take 25 minutes to do this little exercise. 

Milena Regos

Ignoring These 3 Things Will Undermine Your Productivity Every Time

The core success hurdles confronting new entrepreneurs, and how to overcome them.

Embrace the Unknown to Transform Your Life

Six lessons I've learned about embracing change along the way.

Grace Kim

8 Ways You Can Use Science to Make Your New Year's Resolutions Stick

A loftier reason for making a change, along with some support as we make it, can achieve what good intentions and our ever-wobbly willpower seldom does.

John Rampton

10 New Year's Resolutions Entrepreneurs Should Make Every Year

A commitment to overall self improvement will help with whatever your goals are for 2016.

John Rampton

3 Secrets to Keep Your Audiences Happy (That They Won't Tell You!)

Before you make your next presentation, avoid three of the biggest missteps that disappoint audiences.

5 Ways to Open Your Mind and Feel No Fear

When you understand why things do or don't happen, you stand a better chance of repeating results.

Brent Ritz