I am scared way more often than I am brave. I am uncomfortable much more frequently than I am comfortable. I am unsure about so much more than I am certain of. I have dropped many more balls than I have
The brain disease Parkinson's may actually start in the depths of the digestive system, US scientists say. In their study, people whose appendix had been removed were less likely to develop the neurodegenerative
Just when you think you've got this whole "knowledge economy" thing figured out, here comes the "creative economy" - the world in which your ability to succeed and add value is limited only by your imagination.
When hiring for a leadership role, you may be overlooking one of the most important traits of top performers: humility. Sounds a bit counter-intuitive, doesn’t it? Humility is not typically the first that
Intuition is trustworthy after you have probed deeper to gain information and insight. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Albert Einstein, Henry Ford, Marie Curie, Sigmund are
As we begin our coaching session, Nick is fired up. He radiates energy, his eyes are beaming with determination, and he never really comes to a full rest. He speaks passionately of a new initiative he
• 10-year-old Samaira Mehta has become a kid coder to watch in Silicon Valley. • When she was just 8, she built a board game called CoderBunnyz to help teach other kids how to code. • The game earned national
I love the annual Gartner predictions! They’re so many things to so many people. This year is no exception – something for everyone, especially for those who only read predictions once a year. If you’re
Dr. Kai-Fu Lee, a pioneer in the field of artificial intelligence, has two daughters. One is a fashion designer. The other is a photographer. Instead of following their father into computer science, they
An education is supposed to prepare you for the future. Traditionally, that meant learning certain facts and skills, like when Columbus discovered America or how to do multiplication and long division.
mit.edu - N. Sharon Hill and Kathryn M. Bartol. N. Sharon Hill is an associate professor of management at the George Washington University School of Business in Washington, D.C. Kathryn M. Bartol is the Robert H. Smith Professor of Leadership and Innovation at the Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland.
The past 10 years have seen a wave of innovative big data software designed to analyze, manipulate, and visualize data. Yet for the regular knowledge worker, Microsoft Excel, 30 years on, remains the product
Each and every day, you give away your personal power in more ways than you realize. You undermine yourself with destructive behaviors or behaviors that simply make you look insecure. But the most all-encompassing
Food delivery has become a $100 billion-plus market. Uber Eats is the fastest growing U.S. meal delivery service, posting a $6 billion bookings run rate within just four years of getting started, according
All leaders want to be great, but sometimes the better word choice is simply good. You focus on the good you can do for your team, customers and the world at large. Yes, leaders direct and teach, but also
It's tough being the boss, and no one is perfect. Here's how your team can help you be better. This story appears in the October 2018 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » Feedback is easier to give than
Here's how to seamlessly make an exit. Quitting a job is never easy. From giving notice to wrapping up projects and saying farewell to colleagues and bosses, it’s a tricky process. At times, you could
Facebook dropped a bombshell on Friday when it revealed an unknown hacker had breached the site, compromising the accounts of 50 million users. The company's security team found three bugs were used in
Understanding how artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) can benefit your business may seem like a daunting task. But there is a myriad of applications for these technologies that you implement
A few tricks that can help you push your brand ahead of the clutter with little or no money (sounds enticing, doesn't it?) Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You're reading
Can you have high standards and push for results while building a fun and engaged work culture? Many leaders think you get born to a camp and stick with it, but is that true? Imagine how productive and
All images: Nathan Furr, Jeff Dyer and Mike Hendron. How innovation capital works What distinguishes the world’s most effective leaders of innovation? It’s not just being creative or the quality of their