Fear of failure has prevented people from falling in love, becoming artists, telling friends the truth, and chasing dreams without apology. If we are going to continue to shy away from failure, it's time we redefined it.
If there is a single thing, a single activity and a single metric you should care about when building a business (or a sustainable open project – which you should run like a business anyway), it is cash-flow.
As social entrepreneurs, we’re hardwired to stay focused on achieving impact at scale. But that’s a destination we may not achieve for years, if at all, and in the meantime, our happiness may depend on forgetting about scale, even if only for a few moments each day.
Ever feel like everyone else in the world other than you has their act together? Guess what, it is a MYTH! Read this excerpt from Jane Miller's upcoming book to learn why you shouldn't be too hard on yourself.
In a world filled with hubris and ego-maniacs, it is the humble leader that has the greatest influence. Read on to discover the true meaning of humility and why it's so important to building a great organization.
Sue Kunz has spent her career mastering gaining customers, cultivating the right team, choosing a board willing to challenge you and making your company culture global on Day 1. Watch and learn from this international energy and clean technology CEO.
The intention of this series of posts is to share the story of the beginning and ending of a business. This post focuses on your people, finding the right management (local or expat) and how best to hire, groom and train your team.
As I wrestle with a job I am constantly unqualified for and pursue “addressing the world’s greatest challenges,” I often feel like I am not up to the task. This story helps me remember how to use my greatest strengths.
Wes Selke, founding director of HUB Ventures, really digs bringing innovation to life. Here, he shares the best ways to get investor attention (and the best way to lose it), why passion is essential and specific resources to help you develop a strong startup team.