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Want to Become a Consultant? There's an App for That. Actually, There Are 3.

If you have skills that others need, consider the apps Clarity, Moonlighting and Upwork.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>If you're a seasoned entrepreneur, you're likely expert at something other entrepreneurs need help with -- be it complex accounting issues, or how to …

How the Co-Founder of Noosa Went From Office Drone to $220 Million in Sales

Koel Thomae took her love of Australian yogurt and created a business that retails in more than 25,000 U.S. stores.<p><i>In this ongoing column,</i> <i>The Digest</i><i>, Entrepreneur.com News Director Stephen J. Bronner speaks with food entrepreneurs and executives to see what it took to get their products into the</i> …

These Kenyans want to play ice hockey in the Winter Olympics

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea -- In the Panari Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya, there's an ice rink.<p>It is a 1,400-square-metre rink, and it was the first in East …

A step-by-step guide to get richer, healthier, and happier in 31 days

If you don't yet have a plan for 2018, you might be in trouble.<p>Lucky for you, we've already made a plan for you. Above is our 31-day guide to starting off a healthy, wealthy, happy year. Each day is accompanied by a task, along with a quick explanation, below, of why it's important.<p>Read on to find …

A Nobel Prize-winning economist thinks we’re asking all the wrong questions about inequality

America is trying to come to terms with its economic inequality. Does inequality spur growth or kill it? Is it a necessary evil—or necessarily bad? Angus Deaton, an economics professor at Princeton, and the recipient of the 2015 Nobel Prize in economics, is asked questions like these all the …

13 Remarkably Inspiring Quotes on Greatness in the Workplace | Inc.com

• "Start with good people, lay out the rules, communicate with your employees, motivate them and reward them. If you do all these things effectively, you can't miss." - Lee Iacocca<br>• "The price of greatness is responsibility." - Winston Churchill<br>• "Strive not to be a success, but to be of value." - Albert …

Motivation

How Shark Tank Is Revolutionizing Business School

Swimming with the sharks makes perfect sense in our evolving corporate world.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>We’ve become a “Shark Tank” nation. Since the show’s inception in 2009, it’s become a household staple. Members of generation z -- who were weaned on …

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Self-Made Billionaire Jack Ma Says You'll Need This 1 Rare Skill to Succeed in the Age of Machines | Inc.com

Thanks in part to Daniel Goleman and Adam Grant, the debate for years seems to be fixated on what's a better predictor of job and career success -- IQ or EQ?<p>If you're keeping score at home, a person with high EQ (emotional intelligence) knows how to work well with others -- customers, bosses, …

Emotional Intelligence

Despegar Hints at Its Latin American Travel Strategy After Successful IPO

Despegar means “to take off” in Spanish — and that’s exactly what Despegar.com did Wednesday in the stock market.<p>Latin America’s largest homegrown …

The world’s 10 smartest companies are all in the US and China

Once again, the US dominates an examination of the smartest future-focused companies, but Chinese sci-tech superstars are making gains.<p><i>MIT Technology</i> …

Coca-Cola sees India among top three markets: James Quincey

The Coca-Cola Company's journey has primarily revolved around being a one-brand entity for most of its early life. But a lot has changed in the past …

Moneytis is like a travel fare aggregator, but for sending money abroad

If you don’t care too much about loyalty programs, chances are that you’ve been relying on platforms like Booking.com and Expedia to find the cheapest flights and hotel rooms. Moneytis wants to do the exact same thing, but for foreign exchange services.<p>TransferWise is arguably the biggest consumer …

'The Big Sick' and the health of the summer counter-programmer

Far away as the era seems to be, summer was once a time for heartfelt human stories at the movie theater. Audiences saw beach season as ideal for character-driven tales — "Stand by Me" was the highest-grossing August release in the summer of 1986, "Ghost" the biggest July ‎hit a few years later. …

Chasing a Dream? Fix Your Finances First

Mark Howard of Basalt, Colorado, earned a hefty six-figure income during his 25-year career in financial services. His dream, though, was to teach …

Coffee on the Brain—Literally—Could Help Surgeons

Coffee grounds have a variety of uses besides getting you buzzed, from removing smells from your fridge to fertilizing your garden. Nose and throat …

Rich doctors are beginning to offer their time —and money— to health-tech start-ups

Investing in health start-ups is all the rage. Now, doctors are getting into the game.<p>At least two groups, FundRx in New York and angelMD in Seattle, …

Digital Health

Science Happens!

IKEA's Innovation Hub Is Hosting a Future Festival

IKEA is imagining what the future might look like. The Swedish brand's external innovation hub, SPACE10, is hosting a three-day festival to explore …

This Entrepreneur Built A $360 Million Dollar SaaS Business, And It Was Entirely Self-Funded

For most, Silicon Valley is a hotbed of technological productivity, teeming with a sea of startups, each clamoring for the attention of both consumers and venture capitalists. Yet, located some 670 miles northeast from the world’s most infamous birther of global tech behemoths and newly-minted …

Startups

High Schoolers Who Investigated Their Principal Visit D.C.; President To Hide

An investigation by these student journalists led to their principal's resignation.<p>WASHINGTON ― At first, student journalists who exposed their new principal’s bogus credentials were worried their story wouldn’t have an impact, as the school administration stood by its new hire. But then the …

Pet portraits are the cutest when they're shot from below

In what's surely the cutest take on the traditional pet portrait, the photographer behind the Underlook series shoots his subjects from below.<p>Over …

How Disruption Requires a Storyteller's Mind

When upsetting the status quo, remember that consumers are characters, and their settings are all the context you need.<p>Everyone wants to be disruptive, but like all buzzwords, it’s hard to not just upset the status quo, but also to be successful doing it. San Francisco-based Apis Cor, for instance, …

Webster's Dictionary Invented A New Word, By Accident

What's in a word? Sometimes, nothing. In the 1939 version of <i>Webster's New International Dictionary</i>, second edition, a four-letter word caught one …

The Embryonic Development Of A Human Face Is Mesmerizing

You know that vertical groove below your nose and above your lip? The one that seemingly serves no purpose, yet everyone has it? That groove is …

A faster single-pixel camera: New technique greatly reduces the number of exposures necessary for 'lensless imaging'

Compressed sensing is an exciting new computational technique for extracting large amounts of information from a signal. In one high-profile …

The Pitch Drop Experiment Has Been Going On For More Than 85 Years

In 1927, Professor Thomas Parnell thought up a way to demonstrate the counterintuitive properties of certain materials. He set up a funnel of pitch, …

We must ensure the Fourth Industrial Revolution is a force for good

Marc Benioff, Chairman and CEO, Salesforce<p>We are living in a time of extraordinary change. In this Fourth Industrial Revolution, every individual, …

14 savings tricks that can lose you money, according to a dozen financial writers

Maybe you misread the terms on a coupon, signed up for a fake or deceptive promotion, or just made a poor decision.<p>Either way, it's frustrating when you discover your money-saving efforts weren't worth it, or that you were purposely misled.<p>Despite the fact I <i>can</i> read and count, I've been there more …

These 12 Remarkable Veterans Changed Business Forever

Since World War II, military veterans have continuously innovated and created enduring businesses like no other group in America.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Eric Ries, author of <i>The Lean Startup</i>, defines a startup as “a human institution designed to deliver a new …