(By Geoff Williams) “From the moment you start a company, you’re risking your time and your money. And the risks never really stop: Growing a business
(By Bill Murphy Jr.) “The brain is actually a failure engine, and it’s trying to interpret the world around us. What’s more, it’s integral to
(By Lea Stankovic) “Perhaps a harder thing than making a decision is really to evaluate whether it is a good or a bad one. While
(By AJ Agrawal) “Our bodies and minds do not like working. Until it becomes a habit, most of us do not love going to the
(By Bill Murphy JR.) “Great leaders aren’t always the most likable people. In the long run, great leaders recognize that their job is to get
(By Tom Foster) “When you found a company, you feel a deep sense of responsibility for it. I’ll care about Dell even after I’m dead.
(By Julie Bawden Davis) “While you don’t want to rush a decision, you also want to avoid taking too long or failing to make a decision
(By Chris Guillebeau) “At least a few times a year, take a step back to consider the big picture of what you’d like your business to
(By Mike Periu) “In all cases, however, Lemonis puts his three-part evaluation process to work, a process he claims has played an important role in his
(By Erica Swallow) “Once you’ve got the foundation for a story, test it. Share it with everyone and get feedback about how you could improve it.