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If you too, want to break out of the 9 to 5 cycle and begin calling your own business shots, here are 10 habits you must develop in order to be successful.
Tracking your webmetrics, social media followers, leads, conversions and impressions is essential to record the growth or fall.
Along with the words, the style of speaking and the tone also defines a great entrepreneurial leader.
There are many successful entrepreneurs, with ages ranging from 30s to 60s, shows that the success of a business is not directly related to the age of its founder.
These websites are absolutely important for an entrepreneur to follow as it provides them with information, strategies and also teaches to use the various tools for a successful business experience.
It is your duty as an entrepreneur to advocate your team in order to work efficiently.
Vijay Shekhar Sharma, ranked 1,394th on the list with a fortune of $1.7 billion, is the only Indian billionaire in the under-40 league.
Lessons from Richard Branson, Phil Libin, Jack Dorsey, and other successful CEOs.
Mindfulness provides the clarity of thought, creative ideas and higher awareness required to make better decisions.
Founder and CEO of Predictable Success, Les McKeown, talks about the challenges that leaders face while managing their teams.
The Apple founder, Steve Jobs, was a master of creating products that functioned beautifully-and looked even better.
Michael Dell describes three issues with the way people were buying and selling computers that he wanted to fix.
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You’ll think you’re doing it wrong most of the time, while secretly hoping you’re getting some of it right.
Here's a look at how Mark Zuckerberg turned Facebook into a $500 billion company.
Ben Rattray, founder of Change.org, describes the moment he decided to leave behind a career in finance and figure out a way to empower social change.
Bob Parsons, founder of the domain registrar GoDaddy.com, describes how he used provocative advertising to get his companies off the ground.
Greg Glassman, CEO and founder of CrossFit, explains why profit often follows excellence--but it often takes a circuitous route.
Evan Williams, founder of Medium and co-founder of Twitter, explains why there has been a massive shift from websites to content platforms.
Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian tells the story of how his company (almost) did not come to be.