Any fact or bit of knowledge we teach a child might be obsolete when they are adults, but values endure through all changes. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. To parent our
In my early days of freelancing, I stayed sane by forming mini-partnerships with other business owners to combat the loneliness of solopreneurship. For years, I jokingly called my one-on-ones with founder
Bill Gates Reads 50 Books Per Year. But Only These 6 Leadership Books Made His List of Recommendations
In a 2016 interview at the New York Times, Bill Gates said that reading is still the "main way that I both learn new things and test my understanding." He told The Times he reads about 50 books a year.
This story is about three things: dress codes, leadership, and common sense. It's about a $62 billion company with roots going back 100 years--the kind of giant, legacy organization you might think would
There’s a myriad of online marketing strategists writing tons of tips on their blogs to help entrepreneurs get a bang for their bucks from digital media — while simultaneously using those strategies to
As parents, we want many things for our children including health, happiness, and a secure financial future. As technology advances, however, thousands of jobs are being threatened by machines and artificial
To uncover the secrets of success, everyone looks to industry experts and global influencers for answers. After all, they've been there and done that. However, replicating Oprah's daily habit or waking
“We found the perfect strategy” ranks with “And they lived happily ever after” as a perpetual myth. A strategy is never excellent in and of itself; it is shaped, enhanced, or limited by implementation.
(CNN) — Skyrocketing sales has landed Lego's new "Women of NASA" play set as Amazon's No. 1 best-selling toy in just 24 hours. Astronomer Nancy Grace Roman, computer scientist Margaret Hamilton, and astronauts
Side-hustling pro Chris Guillebeau explains that when you're presenting an offer, you want to make sure to give people all the pertinent information they need to make a purchase. Opinions expressed by
Of course you know by now that Millennials represent the largest generation in U.S. history. That must be why the rest of us are obsessed with the generation born between 1980 and 2000: We analyze who
What tools do CEOs actually use every day? Today there are too many tools to choose from, which got me wondering, what tools do CEOs actually use every day? What tools could they not live without? I've
In this busy world, it's more important than ever to find unique ways for you and your business to stand out. This story originally appeared on Personal Branding Blog In this busy world, it’s more important
All the new stuff Tim Cook and the gang are cooking up. There are lots of ways to absorb Apple's WWDC keynote address, from live streaming to live blogs, but we're going to be pulling out the best moments
With the most active part of tax season coming to an end, at least for my fellow CPAs preparing first drafts of individual tax returns, there is a lot of noise surrounding this tax season and tax returns.
How did you find your dentist? Your doctor? A babysitter for your kids? The chances are strong that you do business with someone who a friend recommended. More than any other type of advertising, we universally
Masako Wakamiya is a vibrant, self-described chatterbox who just launched her first smartphone app. Oh, and she's 81 years old. She says she felt compelled to do something after noticing a shortage of
If you plan to go to college next year, you need to know about two changes to the nationwide financial aid form. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the form that every U.S. college
When you’ve eliminated everything you don’t need to do, you can focus on ways to increase your efficiency while doing the important tasks. The internet is full of lifehacks that give you tips to help work
The Christmas comedy classic brilliantly reveals the consequences of failing to meet the unspoken, but not unreasonable, expectations employees have. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are