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This Founder Shares How He Kept His Company Running While Dealing With a Major Personal Crisis

It's a question almost every entrepreneur will at some point face: How do you keep a company stable while you're pulled into a personal crisis? Learn how Chris Carter did it.

Jason Feifer

Office Relationships Work a Lot Like Those With Friends and Family

Confront problems head on and face-to-face because you are going to be seeing that face every day.

Brittany Larsen

How This Entrepreneur Saved a Damaged Brand (Remember About.com?)

Learn how Neil Vogel took over the old internet giant About.com and transformed it into a thriving company called Dotdash.

Jason Feifer

Why Tenacity Is More Important Than Brilliance for Entrepreneurial Success

Lots of people are smart enough to succeed as entrepreneurs, but few have the tenacity to work through the inevitable failures.

Dan Dowling

This Entrepreneur Shares How He Sold the Product That Everyone Said Was Impossible

When Eric Korman told everyone he wanted to sell perfume online, everyone thought he was crazy. He ended up proving them wrong.

Joe Keohane

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

How This Entrepreneur Turned a Lowbrow Product Into a Luxurious One

After setting aside his music career, Sean Dowdell wanted to start his own tattoo parlor, but he needed to find a way to make a traditionally lowbrow product appeal to a high-end, but still edgy, audience.

Joe Keohane

Unleashing the Power of an Innovative Mind

Research indicates that an innovative mind is not necessarily born, it can be developed through techniques of observing and thinking.

When His Business Model Didn't Work, This Entrepreneur Had to Change Things Up

After his early customers weren't paying their invoices, the founder of pizza app Slice began the long process of figuring out what (and how) people were willing to pay.

Jason Feifer

3 Rules I Use to Stay Productive and Not Overwhelmed

I get 1,000 emails a week, but I only work 40 hours. Here's how I do it.

Ted Serbinski