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If You're a Female, It's Time to 'Speak up,' Because Those Speaking Gigs Are Out There
Public speaking, this contributor says, has been a huge part of her business's growth. One problem: She's tired of being the token woman
This Woman Entrepreneur Liquidated Her 401(k) to Co-Found Her Company. Now, It's Bringing in $100 Million.
Trina Spear co-founded FIGS to reinvent scrubs for medical professionals. Here's how she did it.
How This Online Storytelling Strategy Engages Millions of Viewers in 60 Seconds
60 Second Docs COO Jake Avnet explains the secrets of high-impact online storytelling.
Will Your Product Launch Be a Success? 4 Signs It Won't Be.
The truth is, most product launches fail for two very simple reasons, both of which you've heard about time and time again.
To Break up the Boys' Club, Ladies, Why Not Start Your Own Venture Capital Firm?
Women in VC roles can't rely on public relations fixes, token nods or the chivalry of their male colleagues. They have to do it themselves.
Want to Rise in the Workplace? Focus on Where You're the Most Uncomfortable.
If you can't find your own blind spot, ask your colleagues and friends. They'll let you know.
5 Things I've Learned From Venturing Into Solopreneurship
Ready to leave your job and take the leap? Here's what I learned at only the tender age of 22.
AI Isn't Replacing Workers; It's Picking up the Slack. Here's How.
The university pipeline is not graduating nearly enough knowledge workers to fill even the present demand. Maybe all those robots could help.
How to Spot an Intrapreneur at Your Company: The 5 Essential Traits to Look for
You need to single out these people, empower them and retain them -- before you lose them ... and their awesome ideas.
Designer Nicole Miller Shares How She's Learned to Embrace Social Media, Influencers -- and the Need for Resiliency
Miller never saw herself as a 'woman' entrepreneur but recognizes that 'Somehow, the men get touted more than we do.'
Jennifer Fisher Started Her Jewelry Line to Answer a Parent's Need. Oh, and She Was That Parent.
When she created a necklace with her son's name on it, friends, family and strangers wanted one just like it. So, Fisher started a company.