• How Entrepreneurs Must Prepare For The Unthinkable
    Forbes - Nov 20
    Most entrepreneurs are so convinced that they are the disruptive element, they fail to anticipate that unknown facts or events can and will occur to disrupt their own well-laid plans. While it’s true that there is no way... Read »
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  • 4 Ways To Create More Entrepreneurial Teams
    Fast Company - Nov 19
    At the heart of every great organization is one or more effective teams. A cadre of consultants employ many tools to get the most out of these teams, including books and training programs. But what if the secret is to... Read »
    2 days ago
  • 7 Things Venture Capitalists Wish CEOs Knew
    CEO.com - Nov 14
    Turning an idea into a real product might be one of the most exhausting, time-consuming and frustrating processes for any entrepreneur, but it’s often second to raising the capital necessary to scale a company into a... Read »
    1 week ago
  • What Really Defines An Entrepreneur?
    American Express - Nov 13
    Ask many small-business owners why they risk job security and what may be their life savings to start a business, and the answer isn’t always money. After all, there are easier, more predictable roads to building a nest... Read »
    1 week ago
  • 7 Things Confident Entrepreneurs Never Do
    Fortune - Nov 12
    If you want to be a successful entrepreneur, you have to bleed confidence. Starting something on your own takes tenacity, faith and determination to make it work. To have a business that makes it past the first 18 months,... Read »
    1 week ago
  • Looking To Found A Startup? Try Utah
    Inc - Nov 11
    There's a reason HBO called its TV-series parody of startup culture Silicon Valley and not Utah. Silicon Valley, in every sense, is still where it's at, if the "it" in question is a preponderance of venture-capital-backed... Read »
    1 week ago
  • The Truth About Entrepreneurship
    Inc - Nov 6
    To most people, entrepreneurs are seen as one of two things: You're either Mark Zuckerberg, wildly successful and famous, or you're eating Ramen noodles and failing miserably at building a business, app, startup, etc. You... Read »
    2 weeks ago
  • What Your Brain Looks Like When You Innovate
    CEO.com - Nov 6
    During this year’s Innovation Leadership Summit, a top innovator from Converse shared insights on his team’s success with new product introductions. He remarked that “love is a big piece of it.” The Converse... Read »
    2 weeks ago
  • Why You Need Employees Who Challenge You
    CEO.com - Oct 30
    You may be the head honcho at your company, and it might have even been your ideas that lead to the establishment of the business, but this certainly doesn’t mean other people can’t come up with better ideas than you. In... Read »
    3 weeks ago
  • 9 Critical Decisions That Shaped Elon Musk’s...
    Business Insider - Oct 20
    That's why we thought it would be useful to pinpoint the moments when the billionaire found himself at a crossroads and see which path he chose. Read »
    1 month ago
  • Peter Thiel’s Advice For Founders: ‘What Are You...
    Forbes - Oct 20
    Peter Thiel wants to know what sets you apart–and what you’ll do to protect that uniqueness from imitators. Read »
    1 month ago
  • 8 Popular Entrepreneurial Myths Debunked
    Forbes - Oct 17
    As an entrepreneur, I’m fascinated by the myths that people tend to believe. Somehow, entrepreneurship has built up a mythology that is founded upon legend, anecdotes, movies, and who-knows-what else. Here are few of... Read »
    1 month ago
  • Nasty Gal Founder: ‘A Sense Of Entitlement Is A...
    Fortune - Oct 16
    Everyone complains about self-centered Millennials, but Sophia Amoruso doesn’t see a problem. In fact, entitlement is what made her successful in the first place. Read »
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  • How A 13-Year-Old CEO Made A Deal With ‘Shark...
    Business Insider - Oct 13
    When there's a successful company that claims to be led by a kid, it often seems disingenuous. An 8-year-old may have come up with an idea for a business, but it's most likely mom or dad doing most of the work. Read »
    1 month ago
  • Entrepreneurship Is About Believing In The Impossible
    Inc - Oct 9
    As a business owner, it's important to understand that a key driver of business growth and lasting success is effective product development. To most, that means coming up with innovations that improve upon existing products.... Read »
    1 month ago