November means travel. It means time with the family. And that means you need to get away (mentally, at least). The month’s best new books provide a solution to—or escape from—every holiday-time situation.
The Internet has made it possible for us to explore different options, learn new skills, and embark in new careers with the click of a mouse. In the online or digital entrepreneurial realm, everyone seems
What does it take to be successful as an entrepreneur? It’s a frequently asked question. Common answers are passion, smarts, audacity—not to mention the ability to work 70-hour weeks with no end in sight.
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Not everyone is cut out to be a successful business owner. It requires a ton of time and effort, and many times -- investing your own capital.
Shame on us for not teaching our kids to be financially literate. But, in fairness, how can you teach something that you, yourself don’t understand? If you don’t believe our collective lack of knowledge,
The world of work can sometimes feel like a petri dish for the unexpected. Have you ever lost a client, gotten a bad review from your supervisor, or had the budget for your department slashed? Even if
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One of Guy Kawasaki's "reality checks" for entrepreneurs is the question "What can we beg, borrow, or lease that we are buying?" However, as evidenced by Kawasaki's own new product Canva, the Web has of
Here’s the truth: one of the worst pieces of advice for marketers is that there is a formula for successful content marketing. I know, for many of you out there, this doesn’t sound right and you might
The alarm on your phone goes off. You let it go for a few seconds while you search desperately for the Snooze button. You hit Snooze and try to go back to sleep. You repeat this a few times. You've finally
I was looking for inspiration when I began this column--trying to find examples of extremely successful entrepreneurs who had founded their companies while they were working for someone else. It turns
If you want to up your public speaking game, there are few better teachers than Guy Kawasaki. Kawasaki is former chief evangelist at Apple and current chief evangelist at Canva. He's also an executive
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