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Jack Ma

Rejected from 30 jobs, this is how Jack Ma became Asia’s richest person

This is a true rags-to-riches story of a man who redefines the path of success.
threats small businesses face

6 Biggest threats small businesses face, and how to avoid them

With great rewards comes great threats.
Success Story Of OYO Founder Ritesh Agarwal

From college dropout to CEO at 20: The incredible story of OYO founder Ritesh...

From a regular 17-year-old to the owner of a million-dollar company at the age of 22, Ritesh Agarwal's story is what fantasies are made of.
reasons why taking an online course is a good idea

5 reasons why taking an online course is a good idea

With the growth of digitalisation, online courses are becoming increasingly popular and varied.
50 most innovative companies list

Reliance Jio and Paytm from India join Fast Company’s world ‘50 most innovative companies...

Reliance Jio has been given 17th rank, while Vijay Shekhar Sharma led Paytm has got the 31st position in the table.
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7 Mindfulness hacks for entrepreneurs to build a successful business

Mindfulness provides the clarity of thought, creative ideas and higher awareness required to make better decisions.
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Munmun Ganeriwal, Nutritionist and Fitness expert wins accolades for her contribution to the health...

For almost fifteen years now, nutritionist and fitness expert, Munmun Ganeriwal, represents health and wellness sector.
3 Rules to follow that will make you a successful leader

3 Rules to follow that will make you a successful leader

Founder and CEO of Predictable Success, Les McKeown, talks about the challenges that leaders face while managing their teams.

5 Rules of product design from Steve Jobs

The Apple founder, Steve Jobs, was a master of creating products that functioned beautifully-and looked even better.
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How Michael Dell took on IBM during his freshman year of college

Michael Dell describes three issues with the way people were buying and selling computers that he wanted to fix.

6 Must read business books of 2018 for entrepreneurs

Don't miss the wisdom in the pages of these upcoming titles.
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These 10 steps will help any entrepreneur get their game right

You’ll think you’re doing it wrong most of the time, while secretly hoping you’re getting some of it right.
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7 Ways to achieve success by starting where you are & with what you...

The journey of a thousand miles definitely begins with one step.
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How Mark Zuckerberg grew Facebook into a $500 billion company

Here's a look at how Mark Zuckerberg turned Facebook into a $500 billion company.
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How Elon Musk, Sheryl Sandberg, and other famous leaders deal with stress

Turn the most frustrating moments in your life into a positive experience.
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How the founder of Change.org stopped worrying about getting rich

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.
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How GoDaddy’s founder sold his first business for $24 million more than he asked...

Bob Parsons, founder of the domain registrar GoDaddy.com, describes how he used provocative advertising to get his companies off the ground.
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Crossfit CEO Greg Glassman on why great entrepreneurs chase excellence-not money

Greg Glassman, CEO and founder of CrossFit, explains why profit often follows excellence--but it often takes a circuitous route.
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Twitter co-founder Evan Williams on how to ‘Dominate the Internet’

Evan Williams, founder of Medium and co-founder of Twitter, explains why there has been a massive shift from websites to content platforms.
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How Reddit was born out of a very, very bad idea

Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian tells the story of how his company (almost) did not come to be.