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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.

Nina Zipkin

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.

John Boitnott

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.

Jeff Boss

Why You Should Stop Trying to 'Find Your Passion'

Psychologists argue that it may do more harm than good.

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.

John Rampton

The Top TED Talks of 2018 So Far -- and What You Can Learn From Them

Check out seven compelling speeches that offer key takeaways.

Hayden Field

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.

Jayson DeMers

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.

Sam McRoberts

Selling Means Learning How to Take Your Buyer's Money

Sales success requires knowing your product well and understanding people very well.

Grant Cardone