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Preventing cancer is possible, and one group of young entrepreneurs is working to educate others about the disease.
How can you build someone up when it counts the most? A lesson from last night's game.
Content marketing has fundamentally changed the way people buy. Jay Baer explains why today's selling is not about shouting, but rather delivering massive value upfront.
This Startup Is The GrouponOf Transportation. (And It's Not Uber) Chris Dessi
Perfect systemization in content marketing isn't possible, but there are ways to keep the bar high at a steady place.
When we talk about money, we don't always mean the same thing.
How do you stay happy, despite the daily challenges of life? This quick and practical 3-step method can help.
Forget the crosswords and brain training. New research says this thing you won't hate doing is critical to improving memory.
Here are a few pearls of wisdom from the feisty real-estate maven.
In a wide-ranging interview, the real-estate mogul opens up about her upbringing--and how it helped her as an entrepreneur and Shark Tank judge.
You have the power to decide how you are expending your limited and valuable energy. Are you choosing wisely?
If you need to build a data center with racks of servers, you might as well get creative with the design.
It's no wonder so few leaders practice these leadership traits--they're so often misunderstood.
Setting the scene and creating the power dynamics gives you the chance to learn something about another person before you even start chatting.
With some help from the Windy City's sports heroes, Restore is bringing in $5 million a year transforming bald men's heads.
Few can do organic cold-brew coffee, hard cider and beef jerky better than this year's Inc. 5000 companies.
You may be scared that robots will replace your job in the future. But is that really the case?
What happens to a company when a visionary CEO is gone? Most often innovation dies and the company coasts for years on momentum and its brand. Rarely does it regain its former glory.
In my experience in the world of creative entrepreneurship, two types of projects and clients exist: sexy projects and cash projects.
Addition by subtraction can only help 'The Walking Dead'... and the same is true for you. That's what Steve Jobs would have done. (And oh yeah. Even though I shouldn't have to tell you: spoiler alert.)