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Why Entrepreneurs Must Learn to Re-Invent Themselves
Re-invention can be triggered externally, but must take place internally.
With Girlboss, Sophia Amoruso Is Using Past Failures to Fuel Her Latest Success
And she's launching a brand new social network to help other women thrive.
This Company Constantly Reinvents Itself to Stay Fresh After 18 Years in Business
Staying new is one of the biggest challenges for businesses looking for longevity.
The Founder of a Macaron Bakery Used Her Past Experience As a Photo Editor to Build Her Instagram-Ready Brand
Dana Pollack knew her macarons were different from others on the market. She just had to make sure her potential customers knew what set them apart.
Spring Into Action With These 11 Books About Reinvention
Itching for change? These books will help you make the jump.
One Day, You'll Be 50 or 60 or 70, and You'll Either Have Achieved Your Dreams -- or Not
I graduated from medical school at 39, opened a business at 50 and wrote a book at 63. It's never too late to reinvent yourself.
Lead or Get Out of the Way: Fence-Sitting Is No Longer an Option
Leader-caretakers aren't prepared to navigate their people or companies through the age of disruption. To stay competitive, you must outpace change.
Reinventing Yourself: Life After a Business Failure
The upside of starting over after losing everything is your opportunity to create a fully prepared, more seasoned and much wiser version of yourself.