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One of your chief roles as a startup leader is to prioritize and communicate what is most important — and that starts with your values.
Criticism can be even more motivating to startup founders than unhelpful “advice” from well-meaning sources.
Entrepreneur Lisa Nicole Bell shares 10 quick but timeless laws for crafting an effective and compelling personal brand.
Interviewing for a job at a startup requires an entrepreneurial approach, not classic textbook mediocrity. Max Sobol reveals 5 things all candidates should know before they get in the hot seat.
Getting a Harvard MBA should prepare you for entrepreneurship…right? While MBAs certainly have advantages (like analytical training), they may have to work a little harder on some other qualities first.
No mega-successful entrepreneur has ever achieved success without clearly defining his or her business goals and purpose first. Here are 5 steps to do that in your own business, starting today.
Risk equals reward. And the bigger the risk taken, the bigger the chance for a larger payout. Steven LeVine offers 4 ways to take smarter, better risks — and succeed faster.
Florida Pro DJs founder Brian Barnett has a few words of advice for entrepreneurs in any industry — including that learning how to delegate is an absolute necessity.
Shama Kabani shares 5 key tips to help the growing number of Gen Y freelancers, solopreneurs and consultants succeed in their independent careers.
Andy Karuza wakes up and answers business email right away — but acknowledges that for startup founders, the most important thing you can do in business is delegate to the right employees.
Nathalie Lussier offers some wisdom for fellow entrepreneurs, including why focusing on your personal life first might actually be the key to fueling your business’ growth.
Novice startup founders can learn a lot from the boxing ring — namely, how to take a punch (and get back up again), how to feel out customers and how to conserve both cash and energy over time.
Most problems in your startup can be reverse-engineered (and solved) before they even start. Anthony Krumeich shares four steps to conduct a “pre-mortem” on your business.
Ethan Austin, GiveForward co-founder, identifies the six most critical stages of the startup life cycle — and offers some advice for would-be founders who want to make the leap.
Our lives and thereby our startups are based on the decisions we make — but more importantly, on the questions we ask. Are you asking the right question of yourself today?
Advice is one of the most valuable assets an entrepreneur can get — yet most of us are terrible at asking for it, and even worse at returning the favor.
Chasing the elusive “work-life balance” often makes entrepreneurs feel guiltier than just, well, working harder. Lisa Nicole Bell has a remedy.
Great leaders listen well and often. If you’re serious about improving your listening — and your business in the process — then you’ve got to measure it.
Being a woman helped Yael Cohen change lives with FCancer. She believes other women in business can follow her lead and use those “feminine” traits to their advantage.
Startup team members must wear so many hats that “innovator” doesn’t always fit into the busy schedule. Eight YEC women offer tips for keeping your employees thinking outside the box.
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