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7 Common Entrepreneurial Traps

When starting a business, the best offense is a good defense.

Pat Flynn

How to Diagnose Failure to Achieve Success

By sharing my own story, hopefully I can start to reframe our perception of depression and eliminate the stigma that prevents people from asking for help.

Ben Angel

Want to Lead a Tribe of Winners? Share Your Epic Fails!

A curious statistical study has proven that in order to succeed we should be learning from those who did not.

Natasha Zo

Time to Reinvent: 5 Tips for Boosting Creativity and Innovation

Here's how creativity and innovation can give you a competitive advantage.

Britt Andreatta

Why Entrepreneurs Should Aim to Fail -- That's Right. They Should Actively Seek It.

When you come out of a tough situation and realize you weren't crushed by it, you'll be stronger.

Kim Perell

How Steve Jobs Turned Setbacks Into Success

His story serves as a reminder that disasters also make the eventual triumph sweeter.

Richard Koch

6 Giant Companies That Nearly Flopped

Apple, Google, Tesla, and more were not obvious winners at first. Here's what nearly took them down.

Jason Feifer

How to Reinvent Yourself During a Crisis

Lessons from Mikki Williams who has survived two major tragedies and is an object lesson in endurance.

Wendy Marx

What Can Marketers Learn From Quibi's Failure?

Ultimately, it doesn't matter if you've got billions of dollars. You cannot spend your way out of a fundamental mistake.

Brendan Gahan

Quibi Is Shutting Down After 6 Disappointing Months

Like its content, Quibi's time in the spotlight was brief. 'Quibi is not succeeding,' founder Jeffery Katzenberg and CEO Meg Whitman acknowledged today.

Michael Kan

Find Opportunity in Failure

Documentarian and entrepreneur Soledad O'Brien on dealing with the unexpected.

Brandless Has a New Owner, and a New Mission. Can It Save Itself?

It was a once-hot company with a bad business model, like many of its direct-to-consumer peers. Now it's back as a quieter company focused on slower growth. Is this what DTC needs?

Jason Feifer