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The real difficulty of creative change isn't the implementation, it's uncovering what we aren't seeing.
Gadi Amit, founder of NewDealDesign and designer of the Fitbit, explains why brainstorming is an outdated and ineffective way to spark innovation.
A collaborative ecosystem is essential for entrepreneurs looking to get an idea off the ground or new product into the market. And that is exactly what The Dallas Entrepreneur Center (The DEC) and other key stakeholders are creating in North Texas.
Ellie Cachette, an expert at building companies and raising money, shares what it takes to up your capital raising game.
Managing logistics, saying "no" and other tough task you have to take on when you're the boss.
Take some of the risk out of your next product launch by asking yourself these strategic questions.
Your audience is savvy. Be warneddon't fall into the trap of the usual "public speaking" tips and tricks.
You'll be surprised to see what psychology says about going casual and formal.
Reading at your own pace is a summer benefit. Here are 7 books that will get you ready to sprint from Labor Day to the end of the year.
Why you shouldn't wait to add it to your marketing strategy.
Dana Edwards Manatos, co-founder of the chocolate snack brand Snappers, describes how launching a new product transformed her family business into a fast-growing startup.
LedBetter makes it easy for consumers to find out how many women work in top roles at their favorite brands an.
We all have them, but what if we are actually one of them?
If you're sending your children to summer day camp, here's how to save some money.
Want to boost your social media following? You need to understand how Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and all the rest are different.
New automated features like routing you around traffic and recognizing people at events to create a photo album are turning the iPhone into an even smarter accessory for your life.
No one can remember all their passwords anymore. Startups are hard at work on alternatives.
Here's how to talk to your boss -- and why you should -- when sick kids are keeping you away from work.
There a reason why creative people go to work in startups. It comes down to one personal trait, and two cause-and effect relationships.
If you want to eat more veggies and exercise more, perhaps it's time to reset your morning alarm.