As the host of podcast Masters of Scale, Reid Hoffman asks everyone from Mark Zuckerberg to Sara Blakely what it takes to build a successful company. This story appears in the June 2017 issue of Entrepreneur.
Part of the series “Braving Up To Build Your Best Life” One of the most powerful concepts I’ve learned in my life emerged from my training as a Marriage and Family Therapist. It’s about boundaries – the
A woman who left her $500,000-a-year job to work for herself says too many entrepreneurs start off thinking about money wrong
Now, she encourages others to pursue entrepreneurship through Side Hustle Academy. Moore says one of the most common mistakes she sees among entrepreneurs who are just starting out is a skewed view of
Our days are filled with a constant stream of decisions. Most are mundane, but some are so important that they can haunt you for the rest of your life. A recent study from Columbia University found that
With flatter management structures, increased outsourcing, the move toward collaborative cultures, and the ongoing formation of cross-functional teams, the criterion for the job of leader is changing.
These simple tricks will help you avoid temptation and reach your goals. Trying to kick a bad habit? Eat healthier? Go to the gym every day? It’s important to achieve your goals and become your best self,
Focus on what your audience is thinking, not what your competitors are doing. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. When email marketing first started becoming popular in the 1990s,
For much of the 20th century, workers at big companies were paid better than workers at small ones. An employee of a company with more than 500 employees historically earned 30%–50% more than someone the
You’re working on a new venture and you know you’ve got to create a plan to execute it. So you look at past projects, gather and analyze relevant market data, make predictions about how much revenue you’ll
Smart leaders understand that their job requires them to identify trade-offs, choosing what not to do as much as what to do. Grading the importance of various initiatives in an environment of finite resources
To increase worker performance, employers often invest in a number of things, from rewards and incentives to education and training. These traditional approaches develop employees’ skills and enrich their
We’d all like to spend our time at work on high-value activities: setting strategy, fostering innovation, mentoring promising employees, and more. But every professional faces a relentless deluge of niggling