Problem Solving

How to Figure Out When to Hire An Expert, or To Just Do It Yourself

It's possible to save on experts like lawyers, accountants and designers while not putting your company at risk.

Adam Bornstein

This Founder Wanted to Infuse a Marshmallow With Chocolate, for a Better S'More. He Had No Idea How Hard That Would Be.

Michael Tierney, the founder of Stuffed Puffs, learned that sometimes the simplest problems are the most complicated ones to solve.

Liz Brody

3 Ways Franchisors Can Recruit for Diversity

The old fixes aren't enough. To diversify franchising's ranks, we need to start rethinking big parts of the business.

Alexander Mirza

5 Steps to Creatively Solving Business Problems

Being able to innovate is crucial to success. We show you how.

Scott Miker

To Sell Candles Online, This Founder Made Her Social Media Pages a Sensory Theme Park

Abigail Stone Park founded Otherland by giving founders and consumers a "scent" experience through the screen.

Liz Brody

Are You Too Efficient to Innovate?

It sounds like a crazy question, but optimization doesn't always lead to inspiration.

Jason Feifer

'What Stands In the Way Becomes the Way'

When you hit an obstacle that's out of your control, view it as a way to improve your business.

How Do You Spot the Difference Between a Trend and a Movement?

Chasing business trends may not always pan out, so make sure you're betting on the big picture.

3 Simple Tactics For Making Better Choices

Looking at a difficult decision through someone else's eyes can make all the difference.

Jason Feifer

Scientists Have Finally Figured Out Why Your Socks Go Missing In The Laundry

And the explanation will help you figure out your business problems, too.

Gene Marks