First and foremost, the fashion designer recommends that you focus on what makes you authentic. Here's how.
It's time to add up all the ways in which working ridiculous hours hurts you and the people around you--and put a stop to the madness.
Meet five whose bosses couldn't do their jobs without them.
This fashion mogul may have created a billion-dollar business, but he says that being the boss is about character and muscle, not style.
Why she'd be Lost Without her EA, Gail Abrahamsen.
Fashion designer Marc Ecko talks to Inc.'s Scott Gerber about his best advice for entrepreneurs, his lowest moment in business and his new book, Unlabel.
Anthony Bourdain is planning to open a massive food market in New York City, with a little help from an entrepreneur.
The entrepreneur sat down with Inc. on Tuesday and offered his tips for gaining traction on the social network.
Why mission trumps all at Warby Parker, and more.
Before Warby Parker, customers were suspicious of buying glasses online and big businesses dominated the industry. Co-founder Neil Blumenthal talks to Scott Gerber about overcoming these challenges and going viral.
Most people think of social media as distribution and use the same messaging on every platform. That's not fully exploiting the tools.
What is your greatest strength as a leader? Scott Belsky, co-founder and head of the portfolio-showcase site Behance, says his is understanding his weaknesses benchmarks.
Fashion designer and entrepreneur Marc Ecko talks about establishing your brand and refining it over time.
The founder talks to Inc's Scott Gerber about how he built his creative marketplace Behance and found a balance between metrics, tech and the creative process.
Five prescriptions for prosperity from a pharmacy school dropout.
If you know him as the tough guy from Shark Tank, you might be surprised to see his soft side.
Inc.'s Scott Gerber goes one-on-one with FUBU creator Daymond John on building an effective pitch, a killer brand and a profitable business.
The co-founder of Paul Mitchell on his hardscrabble childhood
Raised in poverty, the co-founder of Paul Mitchell and Patron Spirits achieved a $4 billion net worth through sheer entrepreneurial guts. He tells his inspiring story to Inc.'s Scott Gerber.
What happens when you get 262 employees together to build a life-changing idea in 24-hours? Incredible things.