Articles about Entrepreneurs
Gabrielle Union on why women need to stop feeling ‘lucky’ when someone likes their idea
At the 2018 #BlogHer conference, Gabrielle Union spoke out how about women should never just feel 'lucky' someone believed in their company.
One of Oprah’s favorite thought leaders says these are the only 3 questions you need to ask yourself
Career expert Marie Forleo, one of Oprah's favorite thought leaders, says you only need to ask yourself 3 questions to find your passion.
4 companies that tailor to female entrepreneurs
Potential entrepreneurs: If you’re thinking about going out on a limb or advancing your career, it’s worth an email to these powerful movers-and-shakers.
$50,000 in 5 months: 3 essential steps to turn a passion project into a business
Over 5 months, I’ve sold nearly $50,000 in products related to my niche, and I’d like to share the steps I took to turn my passion project into a business.
‘Entrepreneurship porn’ paints a pretty picture of startup life, but glosses over the dangers
"Entrepreneurship porn" is luring many ambitious Americans into launching companies, when they might be better off joining a more established organization.
The best (and worst) states to begin a start-up
If you have a brilliant idea that the world needs to see, and you’re thinking about starting up a start-up, it’s best to know where to start up a start-up.
How to make your idea the 1 in 5000 that actually makes money
Ever dreamed of developing your own products based around an idea you thought up, but didn’t have a clue how to get started?
A parasite found in cat poop is linked to entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurs drive may be linked to mental fortitude, financial capital, lucky breaks, dogged persistence ... or a parasite frequently found in cat litter?
From Wall Street to a ring: How the founder of Shadowbox made a career risk work
The feeling of needing to move your body around and let's just be honest, punch something repeatedly after a long day at a high-pressured job is something many of us can relate to. That is how Daniel Glazer, once a busy New York City trader and now the CEO and Founder of boutique fitness boxing studio Shadowbox, released his stress after a long day of work (with a punching bag at a gym that is.)
How to build a business around your personal brand
Life keeps evolving. Business keeps changing. But building a personal brand has never been easier. The internet has allowed us all to be on equal footing.
Turning yourself from a professional into a brand
Like it or not, working in the digital era challenges everyone to create a personal brand — even if it is merely through Instagram, Facebook or LinkedIn.
How the founder of ClassPass keeps up her workout routine on a business trip
Working out is super beneficial for most people and can be a great way to keep yourself balanced and shed the work stress of the day (or if you do it first thing in the morning, it can really set the tone for the day.) The problem is even the most devoted of workout folks can get completely thrown off when they travel for work.
How to successfully make a career change, as told by people who have done it
Thinking of making a change? Here are women who have successfully pivoted in their own careers and asked them to share their best pieces of advice. There’s some seriously inspiring stuff here, and their advice just might help you finally make that leap.
This young woman turned the classic yoga class model upside down and people love it
Y7 Studio co-founder Sarah Larson Levey wanted to change the stereotypical image of yoga — It is just you, your sweat and some truly bumpin' beats.
4 LGBTQ female entrepreneurs changing the game
We're constantly talking to trailblazers. Women who champion others because they champion themselves first. In honor of Pride Month, we're highlighting some of our favorite openly out female entrepreneurs.
The powerful lesson my dad taught me without even trying
Have you wondered what makes you who you are? I have. Here is my story. I had wanted to write this for long, never knew how it would fall out. That is the risk of writing about something close to your heart — my dad. Here we go.
This woman took her startup to the next level because of her network made up of personal assistants
Lana Elie got her company, Floom — an online marketplace for independent florists to display their inventory — off the ground because she tapped into her network of personal assistants.
The top 12 jobs where you are most likely to cheat
New survey data from Ashley Madison, the leading dating website that helps married people have affairs, has shown people with certain careers are more likely to be unfaithful to their partners. They asked 1,074 members of Ashley Madison to fill out a survey about their jobs.
This equestrian clothing brand may replace athleisure in your office
Except for finance and law and a handful of other industries, overall professional attire has become quite casual in the last five years and heck, let's just say it, sloppy. Thanks to the invention of athleisure wearing clothing you would wear both during and after a yoga class has become the norm attire in many a startup.
Why you should always surround yourself with people smarter than you
The job of a team or company leader is not to tell people what to do. Rather, your job is to create conditions conducive to growth and success – to supply great people with the resources they need to achieve great things. In fact, hiring people on account of their perceived docility will only increase your company’s chance of failure.
The ultimate guide to crafting your elevator pitch
An elevator pitch is a 30- to 60-second statement composed of your job experience, aspirations and what you can do for a company. It’s not easy to distill both your best traits and how you can help a future workplace into a short pitch, which is why it’s important to work on.
Being different beats being better
I always thought that the best wins at anything. That might be true for sports. But not for life and business. If you’re trying to build a profitable business or stable career, you might be approaching it all wrong.
WTRMLN WTR cofounder on the magic of working with Beyonce
OK so pretty much anything Beyonce touches tends to turn to gold, but that doesn't mean you can completely slack off once she likes your product. That is exactly what WTRMLN WTR Co-Founders Jody Levy and Harlan Berger have done as even though they got the Beyonce nod of approval early on with their company, they have continued to build and innovate to keep their product a hot commodity.
From supermodel to super role model: Karlie Kloss’s effort to get more women in tech
We are constantly told there are not enough women pursuing careers in the STEM fields. Part of the problem is the pipeline issue. This is something model and entrepreneur Karlie Kloss has been tackling since 2014 when she launched her foundation Kode With Klossy to help teach young girls to code.
Study: Online crowdfunders trust woman-led ventures more
Looking at three years of Kickstarter data, the university found that women were more likely than men to have their startup ideas funded. Why? Because they were trusted more.