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These Strategies Can Help Entrepreneurs Prevent Stress From Becoming a Big Problem
And create a workplace that can support yourself and your colleagues during times of stress.
How to Once and for All Rid Yourself of Career-Imposter Syndrome at Work
The solution to imposter syndrome for competent people is to get in touch with reality.
That All-Star Startup Team Might Be Killing the Company
Teams of sincere amateurs who work well together are a better bet than teams of highly skilled experts too inhibited by ego to cooperate.
6 Common Decision-Making Blunders That Could Kill Your Business
Among the logical errors nearly everybody makes is thinking only everybody else make logical errors.
The Top TED Talks of 2018 So Far -- and What You Can Learn From Them
Check out seven compelling speeches that offer key takeaways.
4 Defeat-Based Mindsets That Keep Your Business Stagnant
If you think you can't, you certainly won't.
Are Entrepreneurs Born -- or Made? Research Says 'Born.' But There's a Catch.
Intriguing finding: Identical twins have much higher rates of 'shared entrepreneurial tendencies' than do fraternal twins and the population at large.
Take a Lesson From the Wright Brothers When Faced With Bad News in Business
Instead of shooting the messenger, here's a better way to react when faced with problems in business.
Cognitive Biases: A Crash Course for the Millennial Mind
If you think you're in full control of your mind, think again. Here are just a few mental quirks that can hold you back.