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Even born leaders make mistakes. Avoid these four leadership mistakes when leading your small business team.
Founder and CEO of Dollar Shave Club, Michael Dubin, talks about how he created one of the most successful startups in recent history.
Sean Parker on the site he helped build: God only knows what it's doing to our children's brains."
Whole Foods will never be the same again. Or even close to the same.
Your robot co-workers are coming soon. Here are the experts making sure that happens smoothly.
Eliminating B.S. from your life will save you money and misery - and you don't have to be mean to do it.
From personalized pillows to automatic ball launchers, here are the season's coolest gifts for the ultimate pet lover on your list.
Don Katz recalls the time Steve Jobs wanted to partner with Audible, which engineered the company's comeback.
The founder of Spanx, Sara Blakely, explains how her whole life changed when she decided to work on what she was good at.
22 Veterans Commit Suicide Every Day. He Was Almost One of Them. Here's What He's Doing Now To Help Troubled Vets
After coming home from two tours of Iraq, infantryman Justin Miller almost committed suicide. With Objective Zero, he's hoping to help other traumatized veterans.
Also, if you truly want to honor veterans, here's a quick, easy idea that should take about 60 seconds.
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Whether you are an athlete or not, we can take the crucial lessons offered by endurance sports to help drive our professional success.
Quitting Facebook feels impossible. But you don't have to quit to stop.
The highly successful know that very small adjustments can have a big impact--if you make them early enough in the game.
How to design a business or marketing plan that doesn't bore your audience to death and how adding creativity can save your business.
For anyone who wants to make sure they don't get labeled a "sexual predator".