Doug Menuez, photographer and author of Fearless Genius, explains what he learned from former Apple CEO John Sculley about the incredible value of diversity.
When you're a younger entrepreneur, it's crucial that you're honest about your knowledge and mature about your actions, says Ocho co-founder Jourdan Urbach.
Hamdi Ulukaya, founder of Chobani, talks about the dangers of over-thinking your decisions.
Doug Menuez, photographer and author of Fearless Genius, explains what he learned working with Steve Jobs and other entrepreneurs: most startups fail, but you can never give up if you want to succeed.
Adam Grant, author of Give and Take, wants to find a way to convert successful but selfish employees into givers.
Marcus Lemonis, CEO of Camping World, says it's important to package yourself in a way that's presentable but also that's true to who you are.
Jane Wurwand, co-founder of Dermalogica, explains why it's so important to be consistent with the personality and culture of your product.
Jourdan Urbach, co-founder of micro-video sharing app Ocho, doesn't buy that working "smart" can replace working hard.
Jim Secord, CEO of the cloud-based accounting software Kashoo, describes what to look for when choosing bookkeeping software.
Chobani founder Hamdi Ulukaya believes that smaller businesses have to figure out how to get quality food to a growing customer base without unreasonable prices.
Inc. contributing editor Jeff Haden explains how you'll know it's time to change plans and rethink your business plan.
Adam Grant, author of Give and Take, explains why unfair gender norms around giving--where women are taken for granted while men are rewarded--are bad for businesses.
Thomas Koulopoulos, founder of Delphi Group, explains three common mistakes business owners make when reducing staff.
Dave McKeown, COO of Predictable Success, says you need to use all the methods at your disposal to interact with your customers.
Photographer Doug Menuez learned a lot about projecting confidence from his time working with strong-willed genius Steve Jobs.
PackIt co-founder Melissa Kieling explains how she conquered the difficult early days of her business.
Basil Peters, CEO of Strategic Exits Corp., explains why entrepreneurs should choose between the three main exit strategies early on.
Jourdan Urbach, co-founder of micro-video sharing app Ocho, explains the danger of saying that your gut decisions are based on data when you've cherry-picked the facts.
Marcus Lemonis, CEO of Camping World, gives three essential rules for all family business owners.
Adam Grant, author of Give and Take, explains why weaker dormant relationships are more likely to help you find new opportunities.