• As the CEO of Amazon and the world's richest man, Jeff Bezos is a busy person. • However, in an interview with his younger brother Mark, the CEO said he doesn't check his phone constantly. • That's Bezos
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Reach your audience effectively without compromising quality. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. If you're an entrepreneur just getting started, you know the meaning of a budget.
In my line of work, I do a lot of listening to managers bickering about losing good employees. It's understandable--turnover is costly and disruptive. So, many of them will point fingers somewhere, but
Pursuing your passion is more work but more fulfilling than chaining yourself to a job you only have to pay the bills. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Working 9-5 is outdated.
The architect of investment giant Berkshire Hathaway thinks too much diversification is nuts. Say what? That’s actually what I said to myself after first reading that Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett’s business
Are you having trouble with people not taking you seriously? There are lots of irrational reasons people may have for being dismissive--your age (too young or too old), race, sex, voice, height. It may
What I found most fascinating about Mad Men were Don Draper's "hot" ad concepts, which, in retrospect, seem nostalgic and laughably retro. In the real world, marketing evolves parallel to technology. worked
While there was still plenty of money available, investors weren't as generous with their terms as they were during their check-writing frenzy of 2014-2015. They wanted to nab a bigger piece of equity
“Sorry, let me just tell a quick story” is the fastest way to lose your audience before you even begin. If “storytelling” is a common buzzword in the business world, it’s for good reason–narratives make
Last week I explained why you should never apologize for being competitive, suggested that managers could foster competition by making salaries public and provided a five step guide to compete at work
Some days are easy--energy is high, the sun is shining, everything seems possible. But there will always be times when the storms come. Things go wrong, people let you down, and pressure is high. Those
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Early in my career as an employer, I found myself on a Nietzschean quest for the “super employee” -- the perfect person who could do a lot
11 daily habits keeping you from getting rich, according to a man who spent 5 years studying millionaires
Author Thomas C. Corley spent five years studying the lives of both rich people (defined as having an annual income of $160,000 or more and a liquid net worth of $3.2 million or more) and poor people as