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Half of the country's banks have disappeared since the 1990s, creating a capital shortage for entrepreneurs.
If you want to make waves, rules are arbitrary.
There may be no single formula for success, but Jeff Bezos' annual letter to stockholders comes darn close.
In a world of choice, any barrier to buying could cost us a fortune.
Speak to the students' interests.
Breakthrough innovators like Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos took on projects other people thought were impossible and overcame intense obstacles to achieve their success. Here's how you can too.
A habit is something you do so often it becomes the very essence of your being and they are super important when it comes to leadership.
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Having a reputation for being intolerant or inflexible is never good for business. Here's how to gain back your sanity.
Move beyond diversity withHuman Resources to realize the financial rewards of it.
Education and stress? No, they don't have to pair up.
"Skill is overrated," says Jeff Bezos. These four things are not.
Universal lessons from writers on creativity, inspiration, and the creative process
Big, new ideas make the world look fresh and startling. These books deliver them.
Take some tips from high achieving individuals keen on identifying their mistakes, learning from them and growing into better human beings.
Use these lessons from iconic pop-star David Bowie to nurture your own contradictions to be wildly successful.
How a no-office policy can help CEOs stay in better touch with their employees - and their business.
Powerful Leaders Like Coco Chanel and Steven Spielberg on Feeling Stuck And How They Used It to Their Benefit
Steven Spielberg offers great advice for those times when you are overcome with fear -- replace it with curiosity. You might surprise yourself.
As with anything else in business, there are strategies to getting your company bought by another, larger, company.