Laszlo Nadler, 35, stumbled into his million-dollar-plus, one-person business when he was trying to teach his daughter, now seven, the importance of doing what you love. “What if we do a business together?”
You have a great business idea. You have a passionate need to escape cubicle life. You even have an outstanding work ethic and a healthy dose of risk tolerance. You're all set to quit your gig and be entrepreneur--except
A self-made millionaire who studied 1,200 wealthy people found they're willing to admit an uncomfortable fact about money
In his research, he found that rich people are willing to admit something about money that makes many of us uncomfortable: It can solve most problems. It can be uncomfortable to accept that money, rather
Overcoming procrastination can be difficult at times. We're creatures of habit. And, when those habits involve things that lend themselves to our tendencies to procrastinate, the hurdles become even greater.
Designs with a human touch just feel right. It might be intangible, but it’s undeniably powerful. Think of interactions between people. Most communication happens using common languages, such as speech
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. We all want our children to become leaders. Whether they spend the bulk of their days in the mailroom or the corner office, we want our children
Think of the most successful person you know. Maybe we’re talking about a work colleague or a mentor. Maybe this is someone you knew growing up or in school--and you can’t believe how much he or she has
The brain is surprisingly resource intensive, making up about 2 percent of your body weight, but consuming 20 percent of your calories. Because of this, the human brain has evolved with numerous mechanisms
From the biological side of things to how we're nurtured, a lot of what goes on in childhood influences how we turn out as adults. And while there isn't a set recipe for ensuring achievement and happiness
Financial planners see it all. Not only do they get an inside look into their clients' spending, saving, earnings, and investments, but they can see past the numbers to the people behind them: their clients'
A few years ago, I published a post on starting a business while keeping your full-time job. I listed a number of reasons why this makes sense. I even included some practical steps. But I didn’t go far
Do you really think Richard Branson and Bill Gates wrote long to-do lists and prioritized items as A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and on and on? In my research into time management and best practices for productivity,
How you arrange the plot points of your life into a narrative can shape who you are—and is a fundamental part of being human. In Paul Murray's novel Skippy Dies, there’s a point where the main character,