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Successful serial entrepreneurs share their most valuable advice

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In 2017, the “entrepreneurial bug” is prolific. For those bitten by it, there is nothing more invigorating than the seed of a successful business idea.

But in our startup-saturated society, with an abundance of businesses that promise to disrupt everything from the daily commute to dental floss, the truth is that only a small percentage of companies ultimately make the cut. When it comes down to it, entrepreneurship is hard — and reaching the upper echelons of success requires a…

Successful serial entrepreneurs share their most valuable advice

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In 2017, the “entrepreneurial bug” is prolific. For those bitten by it, there is nothing more invigorating than the seed of a successful business idea.

But in our startup-saturated society, with an abundance of businesses that promise to disrupt everything from the daily commute to dental floss, the truth is that only a small percentage of companies ultimately make the cut. When it comes down to it, entrepreneurship is hard — and reaching the upper echelons of success requires a…

The sorrow of Biz Stone

The sorrow of Biz Stone

The sorrow of Biz Stone

10 steps to becoming a successful entrepreneur — from a real life entrepreneur

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No one is born a game-changer.

Even the most rebellious, one-of-a-kind iconoclasts likely learned those traits from inspiring figures in their lives. From Bill Gates to Elon Musk to Warren Buffet, many of the world’s most notable entrepreneurs learned how to innovate, take risks, and plan for success by following in the footsteps of those who came before.

Use neuroscience to convince your boss to let you nap at work

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Apple is not building a car, duh

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I told you Apple would never build its own car.

Am I startup material?

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When you’re looking for a new job, it’s essential to pare down exactly what you’re looking for. Similar to the college application process, you’ll probably need to do some soul searching before refining your list. You could admire a company that’s disrupting an industry, and at the same time, not be a good fit for working there.

It’s Chris-mas in July. Here’s how to celebrate

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This summer, more than ever, the internet and world at large is in the throes of peak Chris madness. For serious scientific reasons enumerated below, Mashable has dubbed today, July 1st, the year of our lord 2017 as…Chris-mas.

What is Chris-mas? Christmas, but for Chrises! Christmas in July — but Chris-mas, in July. On this day we celebrate our Chrises in all their glory and embarrassment, because we too are miracles of glorious embarrassment.

In honor of the internet’s fascination with…