Three Things Entrepreneurs Should Avoid Saying To Their Life Partners

    At the very core of an entrepreneur’s marriage lie two contrasting phenomena. Marriage is an institution based on security and stability, whereas entrepreneurship is defined by the risk and uncertainty that accompany it. Building a company from scratch or taking a venture forward is a formidable activity that takes courage, confidence and a certain degree […]

    3 Things Successful Entrepreneurs Tell Themselves

    Entrepreneurs expect to run the gauntlet, fending off various kinds of blows from all sides. Yet they can still get blindsided by an unexpected adversary: unproductive self-talk. Kind of ironic, to be honest. The startup founder ready to walk into a boardroom of investors or negotiate deals with clients just can’t get her mind to […]

    15 Regret Quotes On The Things We Didn’t Do

    Our latest collection of regret quotes that will help you move forward. We hear the thought often that people are more disappointed with the things they did not do, then the things they did not do well when they reflect upon their lives. I think nothing could be truer. While we may not be successful at everything we try, while we […]


    Brands spend a ton of resources researching what motivates their current and potential consumers to buy products and services. In fact, billions go into this process each year to determine why we grab Dove soap off the shelves as opposed to Irish Spring, or why we might fancy the Toyota Rav4 over the Chevy Equinox. […]

    3 things millennial entrepreneurs should consider as they begin to create wealth

    Many young entrepreneurs these days spend years and years paying their professional dues, pulling themselves out of debt, and living paycheck to paycheck. In fact, studies have found that the majority of today’s college graduates don’t expect to pay off their student loans until their 40’s! Once that frugal time period is over, getting to the point in life […]

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    10 things the iPhone savagely destroyed in my life

    This week was the iPhone’s 10th birthday, but if I’m going to be completely honest, I was one of the holdouts who didn’t get one until two years ago. For years after the iPhone was released in 2007, I was a hermit who believed that I didn’t need material, worldly possessions. When my dad asked […]

    Why Bad Things Happen to Clean-Energy Startups

    The startup, which sold big batteries for renewable projects and power grids, was founded by Jay Whitacre, a materials science professor at Carnegie Mellon who previously developed batteries for Mars rovers at NASA. It raised nearly $200 million from prominent investors, including Bill Gates, and venture capitalists at Kleiner Perkins and Shell. Perhaps most important […]