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Boost Your Sales by Solving the Unknown Problem

Use your creative skills to find the problem that needs solving. Your customers will thank you.

Jeff Shore

An Entrepreneur's Guide to Disruption

Overturning the status quo is deceptively simple. Apply these questions to your business idea to find out whether you're a disruptor.

Mark Di Somma

4 Simple-But-Overlooked Ways to Stand Out From Your Competition

The Internet allows you to appeal to an unlimited number of prospects but treat each customer as one of a kind.

What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From the New TBS Show, 'America's Greatest Makers'

Failure is not the end, think big but keep it simple and keep on learning are just a few entrepreneurial truisms you can takeaway from the new TV series.

Carol Roth

Crowdfunding Won't Work Unless You Prove Your Product Can Ease a Pain Point

If you work to connect with users on an emotional level and solve one (or more) of their problems, crowdfunding is the way to go.

Matthew Toren

To Be a Big Company Solve Big Problems

Learn how one company turned food industry failings into a commercial enterprise.

How Asking 'Why' 5 Times Can Change Your Life

Getting to the root of the problem is the key to finding the real solution.

How Crowdsourcing Can Help You With Ideas, Content and Labor

This modern method is often the best -- and most inexpensive -- way to come up with new ideas, generate content and supplement labor for your business.

Chuck Cohn

8 Problem-Solving Practices That See Startups to Success

Creating an innovative new business is guaranteed to test your skills, patience and determination, and you need to derive satisfaction from the journey, as well as the destination.

Martin Zwilling

Want to Succeed? Stop Trying to Be Happy All the Time

Find out why the fastest route to failure might just involve searching for external motivation and trying to sweep your problems under the rug.

Steve Tobak

How Writing Regularly Can Boost Your Creativity and Clarity

Entrepreneurs deal with a storm of surprises and self-doubt, and they need to constantly learn and adapt to steer the ship to safety. One of the best solutions to help overcome these challenges is writing.

Paul Jun