Mark Cuban: It's Never Been Easier to Enter the Tech Industry1:49

Serial entrepreneur Mark Cuban explains why launching a tech startup no longer requires significant upfront investment.

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Stop Perfecting and Start Experimenting

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Bootstrapping Basics: How to Barter for Services

MixedMade co-founder Morgan Newman believes that as long as your product and story are exciting, people will help you out.

How to Assess Employee Performance, Constructively

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Don't Be a Hero. How to Make Decisions as a Team

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3 Questions to Measure Your Design Effectiveness

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How to Build a Business That Will Outlast You

Predictable Success CEO Les McKeown explains how institutionalizing your vision within your company will ensure your values stand the test of time.

3 Finance Fundamentals You Need to Know

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What to Do When You're No Longer the Only Shareholder

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Bootstrapping? Bert Jacobs Says Focus Efforts in 1 Area

Life is Good co-founder Bert Jacobs explains how he partnered with suppliers rather than go straight to venture capitalists.

To Start a Business, You Need Some Blind Naivete and Overwhelming Self-Confidence

Serial entrepreneur Sarah Prevette describes the courage it takes to start a business--and possibly see it fail.

Bert Jacobs: Staying Simple Is a Superpower

Life is Good CEO Bert Jacobs explains that the best business concepts are so simple, even a three-year-old can understand them.

2 Fail-Proof Techniques to Increase Your Productivity

Adam Grant, author of Give and Take, offers two of his best productivity techniques to get more work done faster.

Increase Your Productivity by Measuring It

Arrowsight founder Adam Aronson says measuring performance both in your work and personal life will unlock more productive habits.

You Don't Always Have to Take an Advisor's Advice

Zady co-founder Soraya Darabi explains how you need to rely on your own instincts in order to achieve success.

Julia Hartz: How I Hire 'Make-It-Happen' Employees

Eventbrite co-founder Julia Hartz identifies the key attribute she seeks when hiring disparate employees.

How to be Operationally Resilient

Happiness at Work author Srikumar Rao believes entrepreneurs often mistakenly believe work is life, instead of understanding it as a tool for living the best life.

Why You Need to Make Your Company Sellable Even If You Don't Plan to Sell

Sellability Score founder John Warrillow explains why being prepared to sell is the best insurance policy for unexpected circumstances.

Les McKeown: Why Heroic Leadership is Not Scalable

Heroic leadership may have led a few companies to success, but what happens when your leader leaves? Predictable Success CEO Les McKeown explains how teams can be prepared.

3 Extraordinary Qualities of All Great Leaders

Happiness at Work author Srikumar Rao describes three characteristics every great leader has.