Learning From Mistakes - Page: 12

5 Ways You Benefit From Sharing Your Story Of Struggle

You can't fully share the lessons you've learned with sharing the tough way you were taught.

Matthew Toren

· 4 min read

Why You Need to Keep Thinking About Your Business Every Single Day

Clearly, 'you don't know what you don't know' until you change your ways.

George Deeb

· 4 min read

4 Steps to Pick Yourself Up From a Tough Situation

Major losses force entrepreneurs to make hard decisions. These decisions almost always turn your life to a new chapter where the stakes are higher and the wins are bigger.

Zach Ferres

· 4 min read

Nokia Is Gearing Up for a Mobile Comeback

The company is testing new products, looking for sales partners, hiring software experts and learning from its previous mistakes.


· 5 min read

3 Ways to Wring at Least Some ROI From Failure

Failure is tuition, so learn the lesson.

Mark Coopersmith & John Danner

· 4 min read

5 Adages That Have Stood the Test of Time

No matter what else changes, folk wisdom will always ring true.

Marty Fukuda

· 3 min read

How to Avoid 6 Common Leadership Mistakes

A good start for getting better is to give up on being perfect.

Marty Fukuda

· 3 min read

4 Things That All CEOs Hate

CEOs love to be in control of organizations that execute their vision flawlessly. Reality is more complicated than that.

Tor Constantino

· 4 min read

3 Ways to Wring Great Ideas From Mistakes

Mistakes are inevitable. What comes after is up to you.

Matthew Turner

· 4 min read

9 Ways to Avoid Rookie Mistakes When Starting Your Own Business

You don't necessarily need an MBA, but do be sure to have a plan.

Nicole Lapin

· 6 min read

Richard Branson's Biggest Mistake: Inventing the iPod… as a Prank

The entrepreneur ultimately only pranked himself when he failed to follow through on his fictional 'Music Box' concept.

Kate Taylor

· 2 min read

Why Overcoming Failure Is the First Step Toward Success

The silver lining to making business mistakes is that you get to do better the next time.

Firas Kittaneh

· 4 min read