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Why Everyone Is an Entrepreneur Now

Why Everyone Is an Entrepreneur Now

Job-hopping might ruffle a corporation’s feathers, but employers need to accept it’s a way of life. Millennials have disrupted the labor market, mak... »

Inside the Brain of a Leader

Inside the Brain of a Leader

Can neurological rewiring boost leadership skills? Do great leaders have distinctive brains? Yes, says David A. Waldman, a management professor at Arizona State... »

Why Do Military Veterans Make Such Great Entrepreneurs?

Why Do Military Veterans Make Such Great Entrepreneurs?

Meet the veterans who bring their unusual discipline, perspective, and problem-solving skill to the world of game-changing start-ups. I first met Joseph Kopser ... »

Twitter’s Jack Dorsey: if you have an idea, “get it out of your head and start working on it”

Twitter’s Jack Dorsey: if you have an idea, “get it out of your head and start working on it”

In a interview with Bloomberg television, Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey admits that he never wanted to start a company or be an engineer or a programmer. R... »

The One Word That Shouldn’t Exist in an Entrepreneur’s Vocabulary

The One Word That Shouldn’t Exist in an Entrepreneur’s Vocabulary

Mark Suster explains why you should never be afraid to ask for what you want. No. The one word the best entrepreneurs never accept. I said it. Now let me walk y... »

Why Entrepreneurs Make Terrible Investors

Why Entrepreneurs Make Terrible Investors

That optimism that keeps you going in a start-up? It’s trouble for your portfolio. As a career entrepreneur–I’ve launched or invested in more ... »

11 Social Entrepreneurs. A Ship. 13 Countries. 100 Days

11 Social Entrepreneurs. A Ship. 13 Countries. 100 Days

Serial entrepreneur and mentor Jeff Hoffman writes about his experience aboard the floating accelerator Unreasonable at Sea. I’m amazed to see an explosio... »

14 Simple Ways to Get Considerably More Done

14 Simple Ways to Get Considerably More Done

In the spirit of the topic, let’s get right to it: 1. Eliminate one ego commitment. We all do things that have more to do with ego than results. Maybe you... »

How to Be Confident, Even When You’re Not

How to Be Confident, Even When You’re Not

Everyone has insecurities when doing something new. Here are three ways to build strength and be self-confident. New challenges and opportunities can be excitin... »

Were You Born to Be an Entrepreneur?

Were You Born to Be an Entrepreneur?

The following answers are provided by members of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising... »

Want to Succeed? Get Used to Failure

Want to Succeed? Get Used to Failure

Stop thinking so much–you’re just procrastinating, says Jessica Herrin, founder of WeddingChannel.com and Stella and Dot. You have to fail your way ... »

10 ways to stay happy as an entrepreneur

10 ways to stay happy as an entrepreneur

At last week’s The Next Web Conference it was interesting to hear how entrepreneurs are changing their goals. At previous events we would often hear about monet... »

3 Ways Great Leaders Hold Themselves Back

3 Ways Great Leaders Hold Themselves Back

Are you getting in your own way? You might be shooting yourself in the foot if you’re guilty of these three things. Leadership is tough, and often confusi... »

10 Questions for Pandora’s Tim Westergren

10 Questions for Pandora’s Tim Westergren

  Pandora Radio ran through a series of business models and endured a series of crises on its road to success. But founder Tim Westergren, for one, doesn&#... »

6 Unique Ways to Be Successful and Happy

6 Unique Ways to Be Successful and Happy

  Tired of searching for the secret to a fulfilling career and a happy life? Look no further. What if the key to becoming successful and happy is to quit t... »

The Rules of Success Are Changing

The Rules of Success Are Changing

  “There are two rules to success: 1. Never tell everything you know.” - Roger H. Lincoln Every now and then, the quote above pops up again. I’ll read it i... »

Hallandale student a Global Young Entrepreneur of the Year

Hallandale student a Global Young Entrepreneur of the Year

  This week, Hallandale High student Evania Joseph will be celebrated as one of The Network For Teaching Entreprneuership’s  Global Young Entrepreneurs of ... »

To Be Authentic, Look Beyond Yourself

To Be Authentic, Look Beyond Yourself

  Authenticity — what is it, who has it, and how do you get it? Most people associate authenticity with being true to oneself — or “walking the talk.... »

8 Things Remarkably Successful People Do

8 Things Remarkably Successful People Do

  The most successful people in business work differently. See what they do–and why it works. I’m fortunate to know a number of remarkably succ... »

Early Riser? What You Should Do When You Wake Up

Early Riser? What You Should Do When You Wake Up

  Whether you require a lot of sleep or a little, if you’re like most leaders, you’re probably up early. Here’s what that means. Margaret... »

10 Eye-Opening Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read

10 Eye-Opening Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read

  These books reveal the truth of how organizations really work, and it’s not pretty. As anyone who reads this column knows, I’m a huge propone... »

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