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Run & Grow

A special guide to growing stronger, feeling better and bouncing back after failure

It's not the mistake that matters but how you bounce back

Entrepreneurship is no walk in the park.The mistakes leaders make can have personal impact. Take it from the founder of Renoun, a startup specializing in professional skis. Circumstance forced him to ask his friends to give up their stakes in the company they shared – clearly a ...

by Entrepreneur US Staff  | November 21, 2016 08:00:00
Run & Grow

4 landmark books to guide your entrepreneurial journey

There’s no substitute for reading books to push your entrepreneurial career

One of the best ways to get a head start on your professional endeavors is to learn from the successful individuals that have come before you. There is no better way to do this than to pick up some books and start ...

by Timothy Sykes  | November 19, 2016 09:00:00
Business Ideas

How to be a successful ‘solopreneur’

American influencer Jon Acuff shares how he ”?"writes from the trenches” to this day

If you're a writer looking to build and monetize your personal platform, or if you're hoping to leave your corporate job to become a solo entrepreneur, you will love Jon Acuff's story.Acuff is a New York Times bestselling author of five books and an ...

by Kelsey Humphreys  | September 26, 2016 05:00:00
Run & Grow

6 instances when nicely saying 'no' benefits your business

You can't be available for big opportunities if you say 'yes' to every little thing

Saying “no” is one of the hardest lessons to learn in business. Of course you want to grow your business but you don’t want to overcommit or stress yourself out in the process.When I started my etiquette training business 18 years ago, I joined ...

by Jacqueline Whitmore  | September 25, 2016 12:00:00
Run & Grow

What women want from the workplace: An end to sexism

Going an extra mile to make your co-workers feel comfortable is a huge step to ending sexism.

Comedian Demetri Martin does a comedy bit about how, if you want to sound like a creep, you should just add “. . . ladies” to the end of everything you say: “Thanks for coming to the show . . . ladies.” “Help, I’ve fallen into a well ...

by Cord Himelstein  | April 01, 2016 09:00:00
Startup Tips

Do you feel guilty when your boss asks you to do something wrong?

Study says you aren't, probably the reason why corruption is prevalent at work.

In the early 1960s, Stanley Milgram published one of the most famous (and depressing) experiments of the 20th century. In it, he found that the vast majority of participants were willing to inflict physical pain, via electric shock, on strangers when instructed ...

by Laura Entis  | April 01, 2016 05:00:00
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