Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. So, you had a great idea that you managed to turn into a business. You have a few partners-in-crime, your product has launched and maybe even
9 stupid mistakes entrepreneurs make, according to a guy who started 20 businesses and failed at 17 of them
A) IGNORING THE "SIX MONTH RULE" I was on the board of a business where we all got the financials for that month and realized that the company had six months of cash in the bank. I called the CEO. He "no
Not only that, it improves your vocabulary, expands your world, and generally makes you a more educated and interesting person to be around. Below, 12 entrepreneurs from YEC suggest books that they themselves
In today's business world, leaders are emerging at all ranks. The role of the leader is not exclusive to executive-level positions. But being a great leader doesn't have to mean going to management school.
Avoiding outside investment can be smart on at least a couple of levels. Not only does bootstrapping a company allow you to grow at your own pace, you also don't have to be a slave to terms set by investors.
It's easy to look at the world's wealthiest people and marvel at their accomplishments. They can afford to buy multiple houses and cars and luxuries that most of us can only dream of. In some cases, this
And what better way to prepare than by hitting the books? We've asked around the Business Insider newsroom and scoured the Web, collecting 11 books that will help startup founders hone their pitch, build
Even if you achieve the elusive work-life balance, maintaining it is precarious (and isn’t what matters anyway). Even as we work longer days that bleed into our off-hours (reading work emails half-awake
How does a seemingly ordinary woman become a super-successful business leader? What qualities do you need to reach and then effectively fill a top leadership position? And what qualities or actions are