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  • 10 Tips For First-Time Entrepreneurs

    I'd wake up at 5 a.m. excited by a fresh idea, I’d turn down social plans so I could work nights and weekends, and the chalkboard wall in my kitchen was starting to look like a scene fresh out of A Beautiful Mind...

  • 8 Successful Entrepreneurs Give Their Younger Selves Lessons They Wish They'd Known Then

    Many of today’s success stories learned lessons later in life that they wished they had known as they were beginning their careers. The eight investors and entrepreneurs below share the advice they wish they had gotten in their early twenties.

  • How Entrepreneurs Come Up With Great Ideas

    At the heart of any successful business is a great idea. Some seem so simple we wonder why nobody thought of them before. Others are so revolutionary we wonder how anybody could've thought of them at all.

  • 23 Things Every Entrepreneur Must Know

    1. The best way to predict the future is to create it...

  • Tony Robbins On The 7 'Forces' Of Business Mastery

    Constantly evolving. Constantly improving. Constantly adding value. These are ideals that Tony Robbins lives by. And strives toward. And encourages others to strive for, too -- in their work and their personal lives.

  • Richard Branson On Building Brand Loyalty

    How do you build a company culture based on customer service?

  • Richard Branson On The Art Of Asking For Advice

    Launching a business is essentially an adventure in problem-solving.

  • Richard Branson On Studying Entrepreneurship In College

    I always tell everyone to pursue what interests them.

  • Richard Branson On What Makes A True Entrepreneur

    As a label, the word “entrepreneur” really is fascinating. When my friends and I were starting up our first Virgin businesses in the early ‘70s, no one seemed to understand what we were doing...