Sharefile founder Jesse Lipson says you can't win by not losing.
Basil Peters, CEO of Strategic Exits Corporation, explains how to exit your company at peak value.
Bear Naked co-founder Brendan Synnott explains what he learned about company culture while working on the production staff at Saturday Night Live.
Adam Grant, author of Give and Take, describes how a hiring competition can help you identify the best applicant: the biggest giver.
Executive coach Marshall Goldsmith describes how to act on new information and achieve results.
Leila Janah, founder of Sama Group, a technology non-profit, explains how she overcomes anxiety about public speaking and networking events.
Tough Mudder co-founder Will Dean recommends you take outside input about your business idea with a grain of salt.
Sharefile founder Jesse Lipson explains why you don't want to be too strict about your spending habits when bootstrapping.
Hamdi Ulukaya, the founder of Chobani yogurt, recommends you learn as much as you can about financing options, even if you don't initially take them.
Tekscape founder Dave Smith explains how he helps employees find structure within their workdays.
Dermalogica co-founder Jane Wurwand explains how language can help you create a distinct personality for your brand.
Wharton professor Adam Grant explains three fundamental styles of social interaction and how basketball star Michael Jordan made a shift in his that helped him win two sets of three consecutive NBA basketball championships during his career.
Ben Huh, founder of The Cheezburger Network, explains why he always buys every new Apple, Google, and Amazon product.
Brendan Synnott, co-founder of Bear Naked, explains how he comes up with brand names that connect to customer emotions.
Srikumar Rao, author of Happiness at Work, explains how entrepreneurs can free themselves from carrying the burden of their uncontrollable misfortunes.
Dave McKeown, COO of Predictable Success, explains how to identify the moment your business has become too complex to operate seamlessly.
Leadership advisor Anese Cavanaugh explains it's essential to deal with interpersonal tension as it develops--not ignore it.
Putting your hand in the company cookie jar? Not on Marcus Lemonis' watch.
Brandi Temple, the founder of children's clothing line Lolly Wolly Doodle, says you need to be smart enough to know when you can't accomplish every task.
Leila Janah, founder of technology non-profit Sama Group, believes business leaders can play a larger role addressing social and environmental issues.