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If life's pace is too fast and frantic, practice being mindful and meditating every day--even briefly--to unclutter your mind and calm your day.
Don't slow your business down by imposing too many restrictions in the early stages.
A recap of the testimony so far and how it fits into the allegations on both sides.
En route to Austin? Here are a few events - expected and unexpected - to consider.
Have you given up on your resolutions? Here's how to get back on track.
Serial entrepreneur Steve Blank explains how failure can be key to both innovation and execution.
Sleep deprivation is a form of torture and yet as entrepreneurs we can easily miss or overlook changes in our team's morale, energy and motivation.
Edo Segal has eliminated nearly every obstacle between dreaming up his ideas and making them happen. But how long can his magic last?
Steve Cadigan Provides Tips to Creating a Culture of Innovation
High achievers look at the world differently than most people. Here's a look inside the thought life of one serial entrepreneur who sold her company for $1.4 billion.
Every business wants positive PR, but how likely are you to get noticed if you follow the rules like everyone else? Instead, try breaking the rules -- you just might get noticed more easily.
Entrepreneurs tend to think they can move any mountain, but new research suggests that may not be the case.
Selling to enterprise companies can be a long process, but there's a big payoff.
Success will not wait for you to gather information, so being able to make decisions that sometimes only present imperfect information is a defining characteristic of a true leader.
Despite what you may have heard, having one is not essential.
Adding value and clearly explaining why leads to genuine engagement online
The tech giant drives so much business to shopping malls that its stores reportedly get a break on rent.
The billionaire investor will be a part-time partner at the startup incubator.
Get smart with these new smartphone models for 2015. Which one will help your business?
Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams will pay $7.4 million as a result of the verdict.