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Competitive Advantage Sweet Success
Pitch Perfect The Kingmaker
The Future of … Hospitals and Hairline Budgets
How I Got the Idea Taking Account-Ability
The Best Parts PLAN A—ALL THE WAY
I Was Wrong Look Before You Leap
Tip Sheet How to Get Clear About Compensation
Mentorship Matters Kicked Out of the Nest
HR Tech Helps SMBs Bounce Back Faster • With unemployment at historic lows, competition for the best talent has never been hotter.
Persevere Under Pressure • After one bad break turned into many, I learned the value of second chances.
The Difference Between Ambitious and Absurd • One works well in writing plays, but not in pitch decks. Here's how to get real when you're asking for money.
Turn Hourly Workers Into Business Builders • Expecting employees to be thought partners in your company is asking a lot for an hourly wage. But it can be done.
Good Coaching Beats Talent—Every Time • I learned as a rowing coach that I can outwork my opposition. As an entrepreneur, the same rule applies.
Tacombi Is Embarking on a Massive Expansion Plan. Shake Shack's Danny Meyer Is Coming Along for the Ride • Legendary restaurateur Meyer dines out with Tacombi founder Dario Wolos to discuss the recipe for growing a food chain into a household name.
THEY MAKE SUCCESS LOOK EASY, THOUGH WE KNOW IT'S ANYTHING BUT. NOW THEY'RE SHARING THE STRAT EGIES THAT HAVE PUT THEM AHEAD.
SETTING A NEW SCENE IN HO LLY WOOD
DIGGING INTO A TRILLION - DOLLAR THREAT
MAKING F ASHION (ACTUALLY) FIT EVERYONE
TURNING OVER A NEW LEAF ON THE FAMILY FARM
IN THEIR OWN WORDS • Our 2023 Female Founders share their greatest lessons in leadership.
Gary Hirshberg • The organic agriculture OG stepped down from the helm of Stonyfield Farm a decade ago– and hasn't slowed down a bit.
Check, Please • Investors tightened up in 2022, but remain flush with cash. Here's how to pry it loose in 2023.
DISTRACTED. RESTLESS. IMPULSIVE. BORED. AND BUILT FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP? • They might struggle to focus. Or they hyperfocus. Or they juggle multiple priorities without closing out a single one. Still, some founders with ADHD call it an entrepreneurial superpower—but reality is never that simple.
Deepak Chopra • … on managing s t res s, being i n the moment, and f inding joy t hrough ent repreneurship.
Unlocking THE VAULT • Four-hour wait times. Unanswered emails. The pilfering of the PPP. The SBA has had its issues. Now Isabella Casillas Guzman is on a mission to fix what ails the agency—by making it more entrepreneurial.
DISASTER FUNDING LESSON NO. 1 IF THEY DON'T GET YOUR BUSINESS, FORGET IT • Eric Todd Founder and CEO, BML-Blackbird
DISASTER FUNDING LESSON NO. 2 USE SBA LOANS TO PAY FOR INVENTORY • Nanette Rodriguez Franceschini Founder, Blossom Boutique
DISASTER FUNDING LESSON NO. 3 TAP THE SBA FOR A BETTER INTEREST RATE • Ashok Mehta Founder, SimplyCare
DISASTER FUNDING LESSON NO. 4 SMALLER MAY BE BETTER TO GET AN SBA LOAN • Beret Kirkeby Founder, Body Mechanics Orthopedic Massage
CUSTOMER SATISFACTION, RAIN OR SHINE • Take it from the founders who've weathered every customer service storm: Here's how to keep your clientele covered—and coming back for more.
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