Being CEO isn't always the most exciting thing you can do at your company, Alexis Maybank says.
Bre Pettis co-founded the 3D printing company, whose machines allow designers to prototype in minutes instead of days.
Joe Gebbia, co-founder of the accommodations site Airbnb, spoke at Inc.'s GrowCo Conference about the company's quirky strategies for staying afloat early on.Â
A large tech company drove Jon Oringer out of business. But that event led him to start his the now 12-year-old Shutterstock.
Aiding others with their problems makes you better at solving your own, the Wharton professor says.
Four years ago, actress Jessica Alba took her pitch for a nontoxic consumer goods startup to Silicon Valley investors. That idea is now The Honest Company, a $1 billion business.
No one ever felt more invigorated after hearing about someone else's crazy schedule, says leadership coach Anese Cavanaugh.
After Bob Parsons was granted an unusual perspective one day, he decided to invest thousands of dollars in his company's culture.
Especially during times of crisis, remember that you are not your startup, Yancey Strickler says.
Most employees want to learn new things, and fortunately their colleagues have a lot to teach them, Neil Blumenthal says.
When it comes to finding wise 'sherpas,' you get what you give, Alexa von Tobel believes.
We need to stop telling would-be founders the job is too hard for them, Jennifer Hyman says.
The designer dress rental company has reached the point where it's now dry cleaning 25,000 units a day. Co-Founder Jennifer Fleiss tells her company's growth story.
Here's what one of the top leaders in the world taught author Marshall Goldsmith about managing people.
Think of marketing as your not-so-secret weapon.
In an interview with Inc. Features Editor Diana Ransom, Justin Stefano and Philippe von Borries, founders of Refinery29, the up-and-coming platform of all things fashion, explain how the idea for their company came about.Â
Even if you're going where no founder has gone before, rest assured, others have been there.
The Virgin Group founder says attention to detail is the key to taking on incumbents.
Mint founder Aaron Patzer discusses his decision to intentionally place limits on his own power.
Dave and Carrie Kerpen explain the power of authenticity.
There's certainly more than one good reason to start a crowdfunding campaign, but Indiegogo's Slava Rubin says one still trumps all the rest.
The entrepreneur explains how he reconciles being a founder with being a dad.
In its early days, the 'Shark Tank' star's company experienced some costly growing pains.
The best bosses train their teams to steal the show.
Michael Dell speaks at the Inc. 5000 conference about how he's once again having fun reinventing his now private company.
Alberto Perlman oversees thousands of brand representatives. Here's how he maintains just the right level of involvement.
Anese Cavanaugh, founder and CEO of Dare to Engage, speaks at the Inc. Women's Summit about the magic of 'Intentional Energetic Presence.'
You don't have to be a master of meditation to benefit from this simple habit.
If you're growing a brand-new social media following, focus on building a strong base of fans.
Carol's Daughter Lisa Price explains the touchy process of inviting outsiders to help own your voice.
Yancey Strickler, co-founder of Kickstarter, sat down for a live chat with Inc. senior writer Christine Lagorio to explain how he's changed as a CEO, what makes a crowdfunding campaign successful, and the future of the business.
Jessica Johnson, president of Johnson Security Bureau, speaks at the Inc. Women's Summit about taking over her family's business amidst her father's failing health.
Marshall Goldsmith, executive coach and author, speaks at the Inc. 5000 conference about how to dramatically improve your leadership skills for a stronger business and a happier life.
Your goal is to become dinner table conversation, Neil Blumenthal says.
The brain of an entrepreneur never stops, but it can work against you.
Harvard Business professor Robert Kaplan says the brightest people to work the hardest at leadership skills.
For such an important part of your business, it's awfully hard to evaluate.
When everything is a priority, how do you know what to do first?
Volunteering is good for the soul, and can be good for your company too.
Basil Peters, CEO of Strategic Exits Corp., offers an easier way to find your company's value.