It’s widely believed that the most successful entrepreneurs are young. Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and Mark Zuckerberg were in their early twenties when they launched what would become world-changing companies.
You can get into the game with more than money. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Creating a startup offers promise for generating revenue that can lead to big profits down
Sometimes entrepreneurship can be just as dull, taxing and boring as working for corporate. Here's how to stay driven Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You're reading Entrepreneur
When Jeff Bezos Made His Grandmother Cry, His Grandfather Stopped the Car to Teach Him a Powerful Lesson About Kindness
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is widely respected for a number of qualities. Patiently building a company with a juggernaut of a flywheel. Turning an internal initiative into Amazon Web Services, a subsidiary
I just had the pleasure of sharing the stage with Dr. Benjamin Akande at the Customer Amazement Revolution Masterclass in Lagos, Nigeria, produced by my friends at The Workplace Centre. Dr. Akande was
Research Says the Boss of the Future Looks Nothing Like Today's Managers. Here's What You'll Need to Learn
Deep down, do you ever feel like you're working under a management philosophy that has you caught in a 1960s time warp? You're not alone. Culture and society have conditioned us into a fixed mindset about
Stock Option may look tempting but one needs to know the basics of it in order to take advantage of any such offer Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You're reading Entrepreneur
Creating the best sales team takes more than monetary incentives. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Just about any business needs good salespeople. In order to sustain your
Make money to stay in business, but don't build your business to make money. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Carey Smith never graduated from business school. He’s only read
See my related post, “How To Build Your Future Family Office” to learn more about the new roles of a modern family office. Family offices have evolved from the mega-money-centric, often hidebound institutions
When Steve Jobs passed away in 2011, the ABC News program 20/20 asked me to share some of the insights I gleaned from writing three books on Jobs and Apple. The seven rules I offered are still relevant
I've never really liked the phrase "innovate or die." Why not, "finance or die" or "sell or die" or even "manage or die?" Clearly every business function is essential and no organization can survive without
Here’s refreshing news for Boomers and Gen Xers, especially women considering starting businesses after 50 (who I’ve been writing about this year): When it comes to launching a successful business, youth
Talk about embracing failure. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Want to start a business? Good for you. Just don't make the mistakes that David Casarez made. Casarez, a twenty-something
Regardless of the scenario, you need to have grit and resilience to see your vision through. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. One of my few worldly possessions back in 2009
Don't tell your frugal grandpa, but these days, you can't do much with the typical $2 million seed round. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. When enterprise cloud startups with
Nobody likes to lose good employees. So leaders everywhere have been trying to crack the code on the best methods of motivating and retaining their employees. Let me share a little secret with you about
What tells a VC that you are an amateur? originally appeared on Quora – the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by Jason M.
Trying to win over 100 percent of your team is a fool's mission. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. No matter how effectively we communicate and execute change in our company,
I was recently going down memory lane as I am about to celebrate 15 years as a full time business owner and founder. The road has been filled with tremendous highs and many learning curves (I will never
"Is working at the grocery store a good job?" my 13-year-old daughter recently asked. "Don't give me the long answer, dad. Please just say yes or no." We all could argue over the definition of success.
For eighteen days, we all watched the unfolding attempts to rescue the "Wild Boar" soccer team out of that cave in Thailand. Now that we're basking in the happy ending--all the kids and their coach got
Whether it is taking time out to self-evaluate, or improving on your weaknesses, investment in one's skills will definitely pay off in the long run Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are own.