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How Big Is This Moment? • You’ll face many big decisions, but don’t forget: They may not be as critical as they feel.
Run the Right Experiments • Are you building the things your customers desire? It all starts by building a system of experimentation, says GoDaddy CEO Aman Bhutani.
Are You OK? • Mental health has become a critical conversation, but how can leaders truly walk the walk? Here, six founders share experiences that showed them the way.
An Influencer for Every Industry • How can you become a leading voice in your space? Ask five people who did it, and transformed their careers in the process.
Leading the Smart Appliance Revolution • Thermador and the future of kitchen tech.
How Many People Does It Take to Infuse a Marshmallow? • Sometimes, the simplest problems are the most complicated to solve—but also the most worthwhile.
Need a Good Strategy? Get Emotional! • We often pretend that strategy is cold, hard, and based solely on data. But it’s not. And we make better decisions when we embrace that.
Don’t Choke • Too often, when the big moment arrives, we overthink and underperform. But a cognitive scientist says the key to countering performance anxiety is reframing our physical sensations.
Wait! Did Anyone Tell the Customers? • Our biggest fail at my company Calibrate was around communication. But it taught me that trust is the only foundation worth building on.
Tech Up for Summer Hours! • These smart designs let you work outside (hot coffee, no bugs), crank up the tunes, and hit the road!
When to Pay for Experts • Lawyers, accountants, web developers, and other experts are important for your business—but you may be spending too much on them.
ZOOEY • Zooey Deschanel has gotten her share of shade for not blending in. But that’s exactly the quality you need to thrive, she says—and she credits it with powering her as a comedic actress, singer, and cofounder of multiple companies.
HOW TO WRITE AN INSPIRATIONAL QUOTE • It’s an art, but also a science.
Why Did It Inspire? • Five inspirational people share one of their most popular social media posts and explain why they think it resonated so strongly.
INSPIRATION IS TERRIFYING • Doubt is part of any creator’s process, but our revulsion to change and uncertainty runs deep. Research shows that to move past it, we must get comfortable with stepping into the void.
We Asked Entrepreneur’s Readers… HOW DO YOU INSPIRE YOUR TEAM?
…And HOW DO YOU INSPIRE YOUR YOURSELF?
MAKE ROOM FOR USELESSNESS • Entrepreneurs want to make useful things. But what if that holds us back from truly inspired ideas?
What’s It Like Working a FOUR-DAY WORKWEEK? • It’s inspiring, say three leaders whose companies are doing it. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy.
What Matters Most at Work? • Stop measuring people’s time, says Yac. Start measuring their output.
People Are a Limited Resource • CareerEar tries to scale without stretching its employees.
It’s Not One-Size-Fits-All • Buffer drops a day but must make adjustments along the way.
Hard (But Good) Knocks • Kathy Davis took up boxing in her mid-50s. When she opened the second Mayweather Boxing + Fitness franchise, she learned the true meaning of rolling with the punches.
The Bilingual Education Boom • Canadian franchise Maple Bear is poised to open hundreds of dual-language schools in the U.S....