He came, he saw, he conquered...and he left behind some words to live by: 1. "Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower." Ideas without action aren't ideas. They're regrets. Every day, people
In 1970, the visionary “information architect” Massimo Vignelli and his design firm partner Bob Noorda created a manual that redesigned every visual element of the New York City subway system. It was practical
Peter Voogd has been running businesses since he was 15, and is labeled the Leading Authority for Young Entrepreneurs. He built an 8 million dollar empire by age 27 and has trained close to 5000 entrepreneurs.
Making money while you sleep. Has a nice ring to it, doesn't it? After reading books like "Rich Dad Poor Dad" and "4 Hour Work Week," I became interested obsessed with making passive income. Whenever needs
Stressors include travel, family, and the early onset of all that year-end noise. Daily exercise can help you feel better, but a recent injury has limited what I can do. So about one week ago, I started
Studies show that big companies have their reservations about hiring ex-entrepreneurs. Those returning to the corporate world from a stint as a founder can face institutional bias against hiring candidates
Feynman was not yet the famous physicist he would soon become (as his biographer James Gleick put it, "His Feynman aura...was still strictly local"), so he took his preparation seriously. Feynman drove
A Google employee teaches his colleagues how to block out interruptions and set aside “make time.” Editor’s Note: This article is one of the top 10 Leadership stories of 2015. See the full list here. recently
As 2015 draws to a close, that industry now is nearly one third of Google Ventures investments and is only going to grow larger, says the president and CEO of Google's venture arm, Bill Maris. "The technology
The touchable holograms, called Fairy Lights, could serve as the beginning to developing technology where humans could interact with the hologram. This could particularly come in handy in medicine, where
By 2025, a machine may be putting together your driverless car in a factory with no human oversight. A robot maid could be cleaning up after you at home, and your financial advisor might be a computer
But for a growing number of Silicon Valley professionals looking to add that extra productivity edge, the drug of choice is LSD, Rolling Stone reports. The practice is called "microdosing." Users take
Fortune quoted Andy Campion, Nike's chief financial officer: "What's fascinating about [Parker's] use of questions is that it leaves other leaders empowered to find the answers themselves and act on them."
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Contrary to their portrayal in pop culture, entrepreneurs aren’t purely “idea people,” dreaming up revolutionary new concepts and introspectively
Global economy will be transformed over next 20 years at risk of growing inequality, say analysts A “robot revolution” will transform the global economy over the next 20 years, cutting the costs of doing
Culture eats strategy for breakfast. It doesn't matter how great your plans to introduce a new product to the market are if your culture weakens execution. Culture is how things get done around a company.
In our recent tour of IKEA's store in Brooklyn, we kept thinking back to a 2011 lecture from Alan Penn of the UCL Bartlett School of Architecture. Penn and his assistants analyzed IKEA's layout by following
The crowd is mostly women, many of them late for work, and they're impatient. A suited bouncer at the door and a bag check are slowing everything down. This isn't the launch of Apple's latest iPhone or
In his new book, "Extreme Ownership: How US Navy SEALs Lead and Win," cowritten with his former platoon commander, Leif Babin, he and Babin explain the lessons learned in combat that they've taught to