Kiva president Premal Shah explains how he found his passion working in the slums of India, during a sabbatical from his job at PayPal.
Jessica Johnson, president of Johnson Securities Bureau, explains how lifelong mentors can help guide and facilitate growth in your career and your business.
Manduka CEO Sky Meltzer explains how he justifies selling $100 yoga mats in a market fixed at a $20 price point.
Reed's founder Chris Reed explains how the 2008 economic slowdown actually helped him focus the company on what's really important.
Sageworks founder Brian Hamilton explains the questions you need to answer before you seek capital.
Reed's Inc. founder Chris Reed describes why creating a really unique product is a more successful, and exciting, waym to conquer a market.
MobileRoadie CEO Michael Schneider explains which mobile operating system you should start building your app for.
GoDaddy founder Bob Parsons describes the headaches that come with taking a company public.
Leadership advisor Anese Cavanaugh describes how women leaders need to change in order to shine.
Sama group founder Leila Janah explains how years of low-budget travel helped her identify the businesses she wanted to start.
Leadership advisor Anese Cavanaugh explains how to inspire people who work for you--or make them feel like hostages.
Ken Austin explains how he was able to get Tequila Avion, the spirits brand he founded, into stores and bars.
Sama group founder Leila Janah explains what she's learned about navigating the business culture in Kenya and other parts of Africa.
The fashion designer explains how she supports the professional growth of her staffers.
Inc. contributing editor Geoffrey James describes one of the most common missteps he sees entrepreneurs make and what to do about it.
Inc. contributing editor Geoffrey James emphasizes some of the best ways to manage corporate politics.
Sama group founder Leila Janah explains why networking is the key reason for her business success.
Inc. contributing editor Geoffrey James outlines what to add, and what to leave out, in your next sales message.
Leadership advisor Anese Cavanaugh offers two fast ways to help you find your own personal 'why'.
Reed's Inc. founder Chris Reed talks about how manufacturing can be a competitive advantage, but also a financial burden.