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From how much equity to offer to probationary periods, there are a lot of factors to consider when making an early-stage startup hire.
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.
Speaking engagements are a great way to grow your startup brand — and your personal brand as CEO. Here are 12 ways to get started.
Startup founders might know their product inside out, but most could do with support in other areas — namely finance and HR.
Finding a partner who will start up with you is a business relationship you don’t want to gamble with. Eleven female founders share what to look for before you sign a single paper.
Be honest: some of your employees and colleagues annoy you. Vanessa Van Edwards explains why — and how to communicate with “annoying” co-workers with finesse.
Entrepreneur Lisa Nicole Bell shares 10 quick but timeless laws for crafting an effective and compelling personal brand.
Looking for a job? Here are 5 ways to make absolutely sure that when your future employer Googles you, they like what they find.
Fulfillment is easily one of the most important parts of an e-commerce business (or really, any business shipping to customers). Unfortunately, it’s also the easiest to screw up.
Young entrepreneurs are often dismissed by doubtful investors and colleagues. Here are 5 ways to show them you’re very, very serious.
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.
If you love startups and you love travel, there is definitely a job out there for you — if you know where to look.
Co-founders and “partners” beware: without a formal agreement, you may not have the same rights to your company’s future that you think you do.
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.
If a startup is like a baby, can you really blame a founder for wanting to manage every single task? But micromanagement can actually harm productivity.
Always dreamed of working for an exciting startup? Eleven successful entrepreneurs share their insider tips for getting a leg up on the startup job hunt.
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.
One of the most important qualities in an early-stage startup hire is the ability to grow with the company. Thirteen YEC’ers weigh in on which questions help you assess that hard-to-pin-down quality.
Entrepreneur Jonathan Boyle shares his daily routine with the YEC team — and how enduring company culture can be if you give it your all.
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