Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. One of the hardest things to get right as a founder is building out a strong and capable leadership team that can propel the company to the
We live in a world of distraction. Phone calls. Message alerts. Push notifications. Those are just the beginning, and they've become a normal part of our day. Then, there's our work. Who of us doesn't
Many startups built their culture without the bureaucracy of human resources, but replacing a person with software can lead to problems. In 2012 a curious person on the web–likely an enthusiastic entrepreneur–asked
If you are thinking of getting creative and opening a restaurant concept, learn the recipe from one of the best in the business: Restaurateur, entrepreneur, and former Alabama football player, John Cassimus
Not all ideas pan out, and these five reasons are usually the reason. Not all ideas pan out, and these five reasons are usually the reason. It's a harsh truth to face, but the reality is, not all startup
Remember the choose-your-own-adventure books? At one point, they were wildly popular with young adults. You’d read for a few pages and reach a decision point. Decision A sent you to page 22. Decision sent
Engineers are attracted to the company because it gives developers a chance to start making an impact on day one. The company has 13,000 employees across 64 offices, and continues to scale in size and
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In the business of success there are two types of people - the one-hit-wonders who enjoy short-term success and those who achieve enduring
We all look for an edge in our business building and examining the past behaviors of other successful entrepreneurs is a great way to set your own do's & don'ts. Sure you can read about Mark Cuban or Branson.
There are two kinds of job-seekers. One kind of job-seeker is thrown completely off balance by finding him- or herself out of work or in need of a new job. Panic sets in quickly and the desperate job-seeker
Understanding how and why people buy something matters. Many business owners focus exclusively on how they can make the biggest margins on a product, while still remaining competitive. What they fail consider,
At the risk of sounding bleak, thousands of startups are tried every year and the majority of them fail. While a lot of those failures have to do with offering goods or services people don't necessarily
Congratulations! You've been diligent about finding a new job, and you've finally landed an interview. What happens next? You've got to prepare--carefully. Because it's not OK just to show up. One or missteps
By Anneke Schogt, Managing Director, Influencer Marketing Agency Connecting with people is embedded into human nature. Today, the shifting media landscape with its rise of new technologies has amplified
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You’ve got a great idea. It won’t make you a millionaire overnight, but you’ve done your research and there isn’t anyone out there doing right.
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. We all know that being an entrepreneur is tough and that it takes a mental, physical and emotional toll. We hear so many motivational speakers
Based upon the hundreds of sales messages I've critiqued in my free weekly newsletter, most sales messages try to sell too soon. The purpose of a sales message is to obtain permission for you to sell.