Bre Pettis, co-founder of Makerbot Industries, gives practical advice on dealing with the stress, depression and mental challenges that come with being an entrepreneur.
Executive coach Marshall Goldsmith describes two surprising yet common mistakes most entrepreneurs make.
Daymond John, founder of FUBU, explains the benefits and challenges of putting your products on giant-retail-store shelves.
Thomas Koulopoulos, founder of Delphi Group, talks about how you can unleash your entrepreneurial potential in a receptive environment.
Max Goldberg, co-owner of Strategic Hospitality, describes how you can preserve integrity of a product by focusing on long-term goals.
Jane Wurwand, co-founder of Dermalogica, points out that there are some not-so-great employees who are skilled at interviewing.
Brian Lee, co-founder of The Honest Company, explains the components of a winning pitch.
Valerie Casey, chief product officer at Samsung's Global Innovation Center, talks about the difference between a feature, a product and a business.
Rubicon founder Frank Addante explains how you can transition from a visionary to a productive leader.
Jourdan Urbach, co-founder of Ocho, explains why it's important to build platforms that solve social problems in the world.
Aleksandra Scepanovic, founder of Ideal Properties, explains why you should never pass up an opportunity to explore what could have been.
Alberto Perlman, CEO of Zumba Fitness, explains how company hierarchy can impede innovation.
Johnny Earle, CEO of Johnny Cupcakes, talks about how he's thought outside the box to enhance his brand.
Executive coach Marshall Goldsmith believes you should start a business if you believe you would regret not starting when you're 95.
Alberto Perlman, CEO of Zumba Fitness, explains why it's important to remember that you're dealing with real people on social media.
Aaron Patzer, the founder of Mint.com and Fountain, explains how he uses sequential questions with any potential employee or investment.
Serial entrepreneur Mark Cuban explains the clear difference between an entrepreneur who's ready and one who isn't going to last.
Scooter Braun, founder of SB Projects, explains why it's OK to have fun and care about the people you work with.
Jourdan Urbach, co-founder of Ocho, says you need to set aside time to do actual work.
Troy Conrad Therrien, curator at the Guggenheim Museum, talks about new frontiers that architecture will reach with the help of technology.
Bre Pettis, co-founder of Makerbot Industries, explains why it's necessary to attend networking events and share your ideas as often as possible.
Stephanie McMahon, chief brand officer at WWE, says that you need to give your audience something meaningful to them.
Brian Hamilton, chairman of Sageworks, explains why it's necessary to bring in people with the necessary skills at the right stages of growth.
Tom Yorton, CEO of Second City Works, explains the importance of being attentive to the present moment as an entrepreneur.
Johnny Earle, CEO of Johnny Cupcakes, offers some outside-of-the-box suggestions for showing customers your gratitude.
Daymond John, 'Shark Tank' host and founder of FUBU, describes what he looks for in an entrepreneur.
Troy Conrad Therrien, curator of architecture and digital initiatives at the Guggenheim Museum, describes how Apple was able to execute groundbreaking ideas and concept with technology.
Johnny Earle, CEO of Johnny Cupcakes, describes how you can bring attention to your brand.
Aaron Patzer, founder of Mint.com and Fountain, talks about how failures taught him an important lesson on success when he was running his startup as a young entrepreneur.
Johnny Earle, CEO of Johnny Cupcakes, explains how you can keep customers coming back for more.
Johnny Earle, CEO of Johnny Cupcakes, explains how you can be happy by doing what you love.
Bryan Johnson, founder of OS Fund and Braintree, explains why it's incumbent upon entrepreneurs to take advantage of today's technologies.
Bryan Johnson, founder of Braintree, says that recruiting people who align with the company's passion and philosophy is the foundation to success.
Marshall Goldsmith, bestselling author and executive coach, explains that you can become a more effective leader by asking how you can improve.
Tom Yorton, CEO of Second City Works, explains why failure is a necessary component on the way to greater success.
Jessica Alba, actress and co-founder of The Honest Company, talks about the challenges she faced when launching.
Kim Kaupe, co-founder of ZinePak, says that you need to prove your idea by getting others to talk about it.
Stephanie McMahon, chief branding officer of WWE, says that in order to make people pay attention, you need to get to know them first.
Doug Menuez, author of Fearless Genius, says that knowing about bookkeeping and cash flow management is a must if you're planning to run a small business.
Stephanie McMahon, chief brand officer of WWE, says that the best way to attract your audience is by listening.