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Want a Side Hustle That'll Actually Make You Rich in 2018? Read This Book Now | Inc.com

The podcast Don't Keep Your Day Job with Cathy Heller showcases creatives who make a living doing what they love. It tells the stories of people who have figured out how to pursue their life's purpose and get paid for it (it was also, incidentally, the #1 podcast in the "New Year, New You" podcast …

Entrepreneurship

Breaking the Glass Ceiling as a Female Entrepreneur | Inc.com

Although more and more women are becoming business owners, men are still dominating leadership roles. According to Catalyst, a nonprofit organization focused on accelerating progress for women through workplace inclusion, women make up 15.4 percent of CEO positions and 33 percent of senior …

Lessons From a Female Founder Who Reached Millions in Sales in Just 12 Months- Part 2 | Inc.com

In Part 1 of this blog, I touched on the importance of timing, early hires, and dedication when it comes to your early startup journey. Below are 3 more tips for navigating the ups and downs of founder-hood and entrepreneurship in your first year.<p><b>4. Trust your gut and create your own …

Women Entrepreneurs

Meet Alice, The Siri For Female Entrepreneurs

Robin Bylenga, 52, the founder and owner of Pedal Chic in Greenville, S.C., is the epitome of a smart, successful female entrepreneur. Before opening her women’s cycling and athletic boutique in 2010, she worked for a bike shop to understand prospective customers. She invested $500 for a tiny …

Entrepreneurship

Side Hustle Pro is the perfect entrepreneurship podcast

It takes a certain kind of person to risk it all and follow their startup dreams.<p>A person with a serious safety net, and access to traditional forms …

Entrepreneurship

20 Wonder Woman Traits of Female Entrepreneurs

How are female entrepreneurs the wonder women of industry disruption and innovation? Let me count the ways…<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>I loved the movie <i>Wonder Woman</i> so much that I saw it twice, and I know that before it leaves theatres, I will see it again. With the …

This Beauty Founder Shares the Secret Leadership Skill to Making a Company Thrive

Drybar co-founder Alli Webb says shares with us the best advice she ever took and how it helped her company scale quickly.<p>As a business woman and mother of two, Alli Webb knows what it is to be busy. Which is why she thinks feeling beautiful and confident should be as easy as walking into a salon …

This Former Math Teacher Now Gets Paid to Travel the World and Take Pictures of Her Meals

Jessica Hirsch started @cheatdayeats on Instagram as a hobby. Now her job is to post about her indulgent experiences.<p><i>In this series, Instagram Icon, Entrepreneur speaks with the individuals behind popular Instagram accounts to find out the secrets of their success.</i><p>It’s June 28, 2017: Jessica …

This Serial Internet Entrepreneur Explains How to Find Your Core Message

Scott Duffy and Alan Taylor sit down with Summer Felix to talk about success in business.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Summer Felix has been in internet marketing “since internet happened.” Her unique ability to connect with anyone and take on his or her voice led her …

Gorilla hugging man who saved his life picture wins Wildlife Photographer of the Year award

<b>A tender hug between a lowland gorilla and the man who saved her life has been crowned the winner of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year People’s</b> …

Wildlife

#OnThisDay in 1837 famed landscape painter Thomas Moran was born. Moran's paintings captured landscapes unknown then to a predominantly eastern US population and helped bring back glimpses of the treasures that Yellowstone held after the Hayden Expedition in 1871. https://t.co/35QOZIkzGO

30 Best National Parks With the Most Photo-Worthy Scenery

From sea to shining sea, these American beauties are ready for their close-up. 🇱🇷<p>Our national parks have been called "America's best idea," and you …

National Parks

Editor's Letter: Getting Lost in Italy

Condé Nast Traveler editor in chief Pilar Guzmán on the joy of the Italian detour.<p>The first time I drove a car in a foreign country, I was 22 and on assignment in Sardinia. It was the kind of tiny rental that vibrates at 40 miles per hour on the open road, whining well before it's time to shift …

The Locals' Guide to Venice

Our do-it-like-a-local guide to the real Venice.<p>Those who claim they don't like Venice usually haven't ventured far beyond Piazza San Marco and the market stalls that hawk Chinese-made "Murano" glass tchotchkes. It's like dismissing all of New York City having only visited Times Square. The real …

Road Trip: 4 Days on Italy's Backroads, from Rome to Naples

A food writer takes the backroads of Lazio and Campania, turning a one-hour trip into a four-day food crawl.<p>The high-speed train flies between Rome and Naples in just over an hour, but I prefer to vagabond it between these two cities. I travel to eat, and I’ve learned in my 15 years of living in …

Italy

50+ Secret Things to Do in Italy

We got our network of contributors to dish on the places they only share with their closest friends.<p>For our Italy issue, we asked the most knowledgeable people we could think of about their favorite places all over the country: where they found the best cacio e pepe, spent quiet afternoons in …

The Best Beachfront Restaurants and Bars in Mexico

From a 1950s Chevy pick-up truck turned tequila bar in Punta de Mita to a sunset bar in Holbox, these eight restaurants and watering holes by the ocean lend to the ultimate Mexican beach escape.

Six Italian Islands Locals Keep to Themselves

It's tough, but if we had to find a downside to hitting Capri, Ischia, or Panarea in the summer, it's that it can feel like half the world had the same idea as you. On these six islands you'll find water just as blue as Stromboli's and plenty of spots to dock your boat and pour a spritz for …

Flight Deal: Mainland U.S. to Hawaii from $335 Round-Trip

United is currently flying passengers to Honolulu, Kona, Kauai, and Maui on the (relative) cheap.<p>Drop everything. Stop what you're doing. Flights to Hawaii are around <i>50 percent</i> off right now. United has graciously slashed airfare for 13 mainland cities to Honolulu, Kauai, Kona, and Maui. Some …

What to Pack for an Italian Summer

Working on our Italy issue put a lot of Traveler editors into fantasy summer vacation planning mode. "How many days off can I feasibly take at a time, and is February too early to email my manager about plans for August?" at least one of us wondered. In an effort to dull the pain of a New York …

The Best Hidden Beaches in Italy

In a country where beach chairs are often crammed as tightly as on a ship's deck, we found ten under-the-radar beaches and coves with crumbling castles, sunken statues—and almost never any crowds.

What to Do on Ischia, the Quiet Italian Island Made Famous by Elena Ferrante

All the sunshine, half the crowds.<p>Ischia is one of those places that, if you’ve been, you tend to keep to yourself. After all, part of its charm, besides its low-key vibe and lack of American tourists, is waking up to a view like this of the Tyrrhenian Sea from the Mezzatorre Resort & Spa. “It’s …

9 Most Beautiful Hilltop Towns in Italy

There’s no need to book a week in these gloriously photogenic yet soporific spots, but if you sleep over, you’ll have enough time to stroll around, look at old churches, and have a perfect meal before bed.

6 Places You Absolutely Have to Stop on a Florence-to-Rome Road Trip

The drive from Florence to Rome is pretty straightforward, just hop on the A1 and jet three hours south. But you should be making a road trip out of it, so skip eating at the roadside autogrill and extend your drive. Pick one or two of our favorite pit-stop towns along the way for 12th century …

A Guide to Tuscan Wine Country

Here's how to drink—and eat—your way through the region.<p>From up-and-coming Brunellos to tucked-away Super Tuscans, we spotlight the region’s secret treasures, and provide intel on where to eat—and stay—en route.<p>Brunello, Montalcino<p>Labels like Banfi and Casanova dei Neri put this wine area of …

The Secret Side of Siena

Go deep inside the medieval city following the plot twists of Christina Lynch’s debut novel, The Italian Party.<p>“I think there’s a temptation to dismiss Tuscany—and Siena in particular—because images of that landscape have become ubiquitous,” not to mention co-opted by makers of everything from …

The Best Restaurants in NYC for Dining Solo

We’re going to let you in on a secret: Some of the greatest New York City restaurants are best experienced alone. In fact, sometimes it’s the only way to even get a table. So this Valentine’s Day, we suggest holing up at one of our favorite places to dine solo, and making it all about the …

Spain’s Secret Islands

We know you’ve heard of clubby Ibiza and its more cosmopolitan sibling, Mallorca. Maybe Gran Canaria rings a bell for its wispy sand dunes, or Menorca for its bohemian beaches. But Spain presides over more than 60 islands, a mix of virgin nature reserves, uninhabited islets, and honeymoon-worthy …

Yosemite's 'Firefall' Phenomenon May Not Happen This Year

And even if it does, you'll need a reservation to get the best view of it.<p>Every February in Yosemite National Park, the beginning of the month is marked by a brilliant orange phenomenon: The "firefall," also known as the event which transforms Horsetail Falls into a fiery cascade over rock …