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Focus on the Mission • Our worlds may feel shaken. But we’re actually much sturdier than we think.
“Am I Doing Good or Doing Bad?” • Celebrated chef David Chang is asking himself the hardest question an entrepreneur can ask. The answers are driving him to make changes.
Building a Bond • Now more than ever, you can’t just deliver a good product. You need to improve consumers’ lives. We asked six entrepreneurs: How do you strengthen your relationship with customers?
Can Email Be Better? • Email is useful but often unmanageable, which is why a new slate of apps are offering to help. We test the buzziest of them: Superhuman.
Why Can’t We Act Faster? • Companies are often resistant to change…until a crisis like COVID-19 forces them to think differently. Here’s why we’re so bad at making changes before we have to.
The Beauty of Being an Outsider • Senreve is a luxury fashion brand, but it wasn’t created by luxury fashion insiders. Here’s how its founders came to dominate a very insider-driven industry.
How Fast Should You Grow? • Investors wanted SpotHero to grow rapidly, but its CEO had a different vision. He wanted to beat his competitors… by moving slower than they did.
The Future of DTC Is…Boring? • Brandless was a hot company with a bad business model, like many of its direct-to-consumer peers. Now it’s back as a quieter company focused on slower growth. Is this what DTC needs?
Got an Idea? Draw It • I found a super simple practice that has helped me build my multimillion-dollar business.
Are We Productive, or Just Busy? • Not everything your team does will push your business forward. Here’s how to refocus that time and energy—and get on a path toward long-term success.
Building the Future • What does it take to create change? Just ask these 17 founders, all age 27 or younger, who are doing it every day.
Sam Udotong, 26, and Krish Ramineni, 26 • Cofounders, Fireflies.ai
Katherine Allen, 24, and Atreya Misra, 24 • Cofounders, Flo Recruit
Jeremy Cai, 25 • Founder and CEO, Italic
David Zamarin, 22 • Founder and CEO, DetraPel
Matthew Rooda, 26 • Cofounder and CEO, SwineTech
Cecilia Gonzalez, 26, and Kimberly Robles, 27 • Cofounders, Hype and Vice
Lani Lazzari, 26 • Founder, Simple Sugars
Jamie Marshall, 24, and Kevin Tan, 26 • Cofounders, Snackpass
Paris Smalls, 27 • Cofounder and CEO, Eden GeoTech
Ivonna Dumanyan, 26 • Cofounder and CEO, Fathom AI
Arya Mathew, 21 • Cofounder and CEO, Nature’s Label
Phat Le, 25 • Founder and CEO, Blest
Ann Makosinski, 22 • Inventor
HOW TO OWN A CULTURAL MOMENT: WITH PERSONALITÉ • YES WAY ROSÉ began life as a playful Instagram account. Now it’s one of the buzziest wines in America. What happened? It’s a case study in spotting the cultural moment before it explodes…and giving it a voice.
There Is Beauty in These Dark Times • I have suffered, both personally and as an entrepreneur. I have been the target of racism and nastiness. But I have also learned to see hopefulness—because these are not just times of darkness. They’re times to make things better.
How to Win Friends and Influencer People • SHAUN NEFF builds the hottest brands for the hottest people, including Kendall Jenner, Shay Mitchell, and Millie Bobby Brown. His secret to creating a hit: It’s all about the vibe.