This country has a great admiration for entrepreneurs. Many people hold up leaders like Bill Gates, Richard Branson, and Mark Zuckerberg as heroes, maybe even gods. Some believe them to be invincible But
Randy Petersen founded FlyerTalk, the Web's largest frequent-flier community, in 1995 and sold it in 2007. He now runs MilePoint and BoardingArea--two more sites focusing on the ins and outs of air travel.
Creating your own style of selling that works for you What was Bruce Lee trying to accomplish when he was studying so many different arts? He would train in Wing Chun, Jujitsu, Kung fu, Aikido, Boxing,
Steve Jobs once said that “It isn’t the consumers’ job to know what they want”. While that’s true since you don’t want a committee of customers designing the product, survey results are still helpful a
Humans are creatures of habit--for better or for worse. When you're an entrepreneur, there are a few common bad habits that are easy to get mixed up with. Maybe you're following outdated advice (or advice
The Chinese jailbreaking team Pangu has finally released an update to its initial tool released last week and below you’ll find a full step-by-step guide on how to jailbreak your Apple device and get to
If you want a reason to opt out of school, you’re not alone. And Angad Daryani might just be the inspiration you were looking for. Daryani, a 16-year-old Mumbaiker, quit school in the 9th grade, frustrated
When you hear someone else speak, specific neurons in your brain fire. Brian Pasley and a bunch of his colleagues discovered this at the University of California, Berkeley. And not only that, but those
In an interview with the Financial Times, Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page talked about an ongoing debate that he had with Apple’s Steve Jobs: whether their companies were doing too much or too little
Sometimes people want to make a quick international phone call to say “happy birthday” or “happy anniversary” from their smartphones. Wouldn’t it be nice to get the first minute free? Google Hangouts you
You'll get email alerts, but don't expect any apps here Earlier this year, HP announced a collaboration with fashion designer Michael Bastian for a new smartwatch that would appeal to more than just nerds.
Othermills work like the opposite of 3-D printers, cutting material away instead of building it up. You can think of an Othermill as the opposite of a 3-D printer. Instead of building up objects from materials,
The latest neuroscience research explains exactly how to inspire people to follow where you lead. Almost all theories of leadership boil down to a single question: "How can I get people to willingly follow
Dressing for success may create a good impression, but people judge your intelligence and credibility based upon what comes out of your mouth. Based upon working with the readers of my free weekly newsletter,
It's the American dream--with a good work ethic, a unique idea, and a good dose of tenacity, each of us could one day build an empire. What if you could do it before your 16th birthday? Not possible. these
Have you read How Google Works yet? Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt and Google adviser Jonathan Rosenberg published How Google Works a few weeks ago. It's full of insights, including a chapter on finding
Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg is a true pioneer in the realm of technology. Time has named him among the top 100 most influential people in the world, and his personal wealth is currently estimated
Melanie Perkins is on a mission to engage with customers on social media. The CEO and Founder of Canva, a company that makes a Web app for graphic design, is now ready to deploy a new iPad app that lets
Prepping for your next big job interview? There are some critical interview questions you need to get ready for--either gauging responses or figuring out the best way to answer some of the quirkier requests.
Neuroscience is fascinating, but the folk wisdom of this award-winning salesperson is just as valuable, in my view. Neuroscience in past five years has revealed many startling facts about stress, such
An idea is just an idea until you make it a reality. For many entrepreneurs, this can mean finding an investor to fund their startup. Although I'd already bootstrapped my idea into a business, I decided
I recently had a long conversation with Peter Handal, the CEO of Dale Carnegie Training, on the subject of giving great presentations. I've read (and written) plenty of posts on this topic, but Handal
Have you always wanted to build an iOS app, but lacked the knowledge and skills? Have you ever signed up for an online course on creating iOS apps, only to feel frustrated because the content was out date
Microsoft has released a Surface Hub app this weekend to improve the functionality of the stylus on the Surface Pro 3. After updating the pen firmware earlier this week, Microsoft’s Surface Hub brings