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We Know Less Than We Think • And that’s a good thing! The greatest lesson from the pandemic is this: Possibilities are endless.
Your Network Is Everything • What’s an entrepreneur’s most important resource? Chip Gaines (of Fixer Upper fame) says it’s your network—and building a good one requires true, challenging work.
Interviewing from Afar • We’ve learned to embrace remote work, but remote hiring is still a challenge. Six entrepreneurs share how they virtually screen for talent.
Entrepreneurship Is a Mindset • I cofounded LinkedIn, invest with Greylock Partners, and host the Masters of Scale podcast. Take it from me: Success in entrepreneurship must begin in your head.
From Each Solution, a New Challenge • Every time Dawn Dickson created a product she believed in, it pointed her to an even bigger problem to solve. Now she’s got a company poised for growth.
Reopening in a Pandemic • Toy making may not be considered an essential business, but Basic Fun! thought it was essential to its business for employees to be in the office. Here’s how that worked out.
What If Email Wasn’t for People? • To escape your insane inbox, here’s a bold idea: Stop giving clients your personal email addresses, and start using project-specific addresses instead.
Boost Your Sales Online • How? We paired entrepreneurs with experts who can help solve their digital growth problems—then filmed the sessions so you can watch. Here are a few of our favorite insights.
5 Reasons Why Florida Is the Best Place for Business
The Rise of the Smart Board • Miss having in-person meetings in front of whiteboards? Now you can replicate them remotely.
A Bevy of Boards
Turn Up the Positivity • What’s ahead in 2021 is uncertain, to say the least. To keep moving your business forward, follow these steps to keep yourself (and your team) feeling focused and hopeful.
The Joke’s on Nobody • How do you poke fun at something in a way that excites everyone and upsets no one? It’s a skill Ryan Reynolds has mastered as his marketing company churns out one viral hit after another. Here’s how he does it.
YOUR SIDE HUSTLE STARTS NOW • The pandemic triggered a surge of interest in side hustles. Why? Because they’re a good way to test new ideas, earn some extra income, and maybe even blossom into a new full-time career that you’re in control of. But building a lucrative side hustle is no easy feat—so on the following pages, we break down the steps to identify your idea and get it off the ground.
FIND YOUR IDEA • WHERE TO BEGIN? START WITH THIS THREE-STEP PLAN.
MANAGE YOUR FEAR • DON’T STAND IN YOUR OWN WAY. FOLLOW THESE FOUR STEPS TO EMBRACE YOUR POWER.
GET STARTED NOW! • THE FIRST STEP IS THE TOUGHEST, SCARIEST—AND MOST NECESSARY. GET GOING!
This Brand Is Your Brand. This Brand Is My Brand? • Can you create a product that references, parodies, or uses parts from another brand? Many entrepreneurs are trying…and then getting sued. But the law is far from settled. This is the story of one startup that fought back and might just help change the way brands are built.
If Someone Sues You… • What to do if you’re told to cease and desist.
How Small Businesses Can Solve Big Problems • Entrepreneurs are a big-thinking bunch—but how can startups help tackle the world’s largest issues? Planet FWD’s Julia Collins has an answer: Start small.
Creating Success Through Community • Toya Evans...