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How to Run a Thriving Auto Shop (Without Knowing Much About Cars)

Jonita White knows a lot about people. And that's what matters.

Nina Zipkin

This Founder Explains Why He Had to Start Telling Retailers 'No' -- and How It Helped His Business Succeed

Greg Steltenpohl set out to make plant-based milk. But when his product became too popular, he had to make some tough decisions.

Jason Feifer

Successful Leaders Know They Can Learn From Everyone at Their Company

Smart leaders ditch the top-down, mentor-mentee mindset, creating a culture driven by ideas -- wherever on the organizational chart they happen to come from.

Randi Zuckerberg Explains Why You Should Embrace Your Reinvention

Most entrepreneurs have faced failure. It's how you respond to that failure that defines you.

Can We Stop Pivoting Already?

Odds are if you need to 'pivot,' either you made a major miscalculation or you're just growing and adapting, not pivoting.

Ben Lamm

What Do NFL Players Do When They Leave the Game? Increasingly, They Open a Franchise. Here's Why.

Franchisees thrive on the same skills pro athletes learn: speed, versatility and great coaching.

Jon Marcus

People Love Your Idea, But It Doesn't Make Money. Now What?

The founder of Shift shares how he was forced to get rid of a feature everyone loved.

Jason Feifer

To Move Quickly and Solve the Right Problems, Leaders Need to Ask Better Questions

Asking better questions doesn't just drive innovations, it can also build expertise in your team by setting an important expectation.

Linda Lacina

Why the Ability to Change Gears Is an Entrepreneur's Most Valuable Skill

Today's million-dollar idea might be tomorrow's flop, so you need to be ready to adapt.

10 Interesting Things We've Learned About Reddit Co-Founder Alexis Ohanian

The entrepreneur and investor is all about making the biggest impact.

Nina Zipkin

Spring Into Action With These 11 Books About Reinvention

Itching for change? These books will help you make the jump.

Rose Leadem