Andrew Hershberger

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The Psychological Price of Entrepreneurship | Inc.com

<i>Editor's Note: This article won an award in the Magazine Personal Service category in the 2014 Annual Awards Contest of the Deadline Club, the New York City chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.</i><p>By all counts and measures, Bradley Smith is an unequivocal business success. He's CEO of …

Mental Health

Four Creative Uses for Your Old SD Cards

If you've been through a couple of smartphones by now, or have owned more than one digital camera in your lifetime, you probably have a few SD cards …

Raspberry Pi

Kia Brings Compact Cars Into the 22nd Century

This isn’t your grandmother’s Smart car. The Kia Electric POP concept vehicle, set to be unveiled at the Paris auto show in October, brings the traditional compact commuter car into the future–a gaudy, shiny future, but the future nonetheless.<p>Kia won’t say much about the three-seater yet, but we do …

Kia Motors

Be Unapologetically Focused: Why Having a Great Strategy Matters

We will never have enough time or resources to solve all the problems we want to solve. To be successful, we need to focus, and that’s why great …

“Only God Forgives” Director Nicolas Winding Refn On The Creative Freedom That Comes With Making Divisive Art

The director of Drive and Only God Forgives talks about making art on your own terms and the inspiring films of . . . Michael Bay?<p>“There were many cheers. There were many boos. It’s no difference to me,” Nicolas Winding Refn says while sitting next to his composer, Cliff Martinez, in a back booth …

The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Mediocre People

I'm pretty mediocre. I'm ashamed to admit it. I'm not even being sarcastic or self-deprecating. I've never done anything that stands out as, "whoah! …

Real Working Hours

We live in an hour-centric society. Everything is measured in units of time – children go to school to learn for a certain number of hours. Millions …

Breaking Down and Managing Large Life Goals and Projects

Jennifer writes in:<p><i>“I was wondering, though, if you would consider another post that goes a bit more into detail on how you break down your larger</i> …

Change Your Definition of Failure: It's How You Get Better

It is said that failure is a necessary precursor to ultimate success. Want to make it big in the real world? Fail early, fail fast, fail often, as …

Motivation

How to Take On More Responsibility at Work (Without Being a Pushover)

There are plenty of reasons why people ask you to help them out at the office. Maybe they need an extra pair of hands and they think you’re the …

Collect Accomplishments, Not Stuff, to Save Money and Build Pride

Some hobbies and professions come with built in trophies. If yours isn't, try making a hobby out of collecting your accomplishments.<p>There's a reason …

5 Must-Follow Twitter Accounts for Entrepreneurs

Twitter instantly connects us with celebrities and thought leaders. But it's all about who you follow — filling your stream with forward thinkers can …

The 18 Most Ridiculous Startup Ideas That Eventually Became Successful

Even the most well-known venture capitalists have startups they regret passing on.<p>For John Doerr of Kleiner Perkins, it was Twitter. For Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures, it was Airbnb, the home-rental website that’s now worth an estimated $2.5 billion.<p>“We made the classic mistake that all …