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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.
Neil Thanedar, founder of LabDoor, encourages tech startup founders to do more than just create the next mobile app if they want to succeed.
Arek Skuza has founded multiple companies, but one thing holds true every time: focus is everything. Entrepreneurs who can stay focused on their priorities will always succeed first.
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?
Since she was 18 years old, Andrea Lake has started a total of 14 companies -- and many of them are hugely successful. Here are 3 business lessons she's learned from mentors along the way.
A proof of concept is not the same as an MVP. Vince Baskerville breaks down the "Lean Startup" methodology in practical terms for software entrepreneurs.
The biggest challenge facing entrepreneurs outside New York and San Francisco isn't money. It's a lack of honest, direct feedback -- and the resources to execute on it.
The difference between building a small business and founding a startup is not about money, or growth, or technology. It's about vision. What's yours?
So many of us fantasize about what our dream job or company would look like, but fail to realize what we really want. Here are 3 questions to help.
Where do the most disruptive ideas start? More often than not, far outside the industry mainstream. Here's why.
Just because you're location-independent -- or working from home -- doesn't mean you don't need a community to help your business thrive.
LoveThatFit's founder started out as a talented young equestrian -- and ended up a serial entrepreneur. Here's how she did it.
Buying a business is a major investment, but price isn't the only factor. Twelve entrepreneurs reveal how to get the best deal for your money.
Dave Kerpen has grown Likeable Media into an Inc. 500 company with triple-digit revenue growth. Here's the best advice he's ever received.
A successful product launch is all in the iteration. Here are four suggestions to help you innovate faster and sell more.
Whether finally starting your first business or your fifth, Lauren Maillian Bias shares how to reinvent yourself for your new venture.
Colin Wright, founder of Ebooking and Exile Lifestyle, discusses why failing fast, recovering faster and following his passion became the keys to his success.
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