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Change the Words You Use • It’s one of the simplest ways to shift your mindset. And it can start by changing one simple word.
“I Hired People I Could Lose With” • Maria Sharapova’sapproach to business and sports is the same: Losing leads to winning.
So You Screwed Up • Failure is part of leadership. What do you do when you make a decision for your company and it goes badly? Six entrepreneurs explain how they own their errors.
Baby Boom in My C-Suite • When three top executives took maternity leave during the pandemic, I froze. Then I started making a road map.
Need Feedback? Charge Money! • To build a modern intranet platform, Haystack cofounder Cameron Lindsay needed users to share their criticisms. But at first, they wouldn’t. Here’s why.
Will a Robot Write Your Marketing? • A new AI model called GPT-3 is spitting out content like nothing before. Some say that as far as business tools go, it’s the last word.
You Know You’re Good Enough. Why Don’t You Believe It? • Entrepreneurs know they’re not failures, but sometimes they struggle to believe it. A therapist explains why—and how the solution may lie in our unprocessed memories.
GET A REAL JOB WAIT, YOU GET PAID TO DO THAT? • Listen in as host Dan Bova chats with adventurers, comedians, booze makers and more to find out what it takes to pursue your dream when everyone around you thinks you’re nuts.
Time to Tag Yourself? • As you rush between meetings, losing your stuff is no longer something to worry about. Just use a tracking device.
You Can’t Buy Product-Market Fit • You can buy marketing. You can buy sales. You can buy attention. But don’t confuse those things for what’s most important
THE FUTURE IS BRIGHT • THE NEXT GENERATION IS MAKING THE WORLD A KINDER—AND MORE FUN!—PLACE. FROM SUSTAINABLE NUTRITION AND SAFER SCHOOLS TO REPRESENTATIVE ROMANTIC COMEDIES AND ROLLER SKATES THAT ACTUALLY ROCK, HERE’S HOW 15 FOUNDERS UNDER 27 ARE MAKING AN IMPACT.
François Reihani, 25
Cami Téllez, 24
Oliver Zak and Selom Agbitor, 24
Corine Tan, 21
Mackenzie Drazan, 26
Brandon Wang, 24, Athena Kan, 23, and Shiroy Aspandiar, 33
Ben Pasternak, 21
Adrienne Cooper, 26
Aaron Coles, 22
Jamie Steenbakkers, 24
Dmitry Dolgopolov and Kesava Kirupa Dinakaran, 21
Naomi Shah, 26
THE Real Stakes OF THE “Future of Work” DEBATE • As companies and employees decide how, when, and where they should work in a post-pandemic world, let’s not forget this overlooked fact: If you harm your company culture, your customers will feel the impact.
HOW TO DO SOMETHING NOBODY HAS EVER DONE • ANKUR JAIN wanted to create a rewards program that helps people buy a home. Nothing like it existed. To become the first, he’d have to first fail over and over again.
A View from Both Sides • Vinay Rama’s experience as a hotel franchisee set him up for success when he unexpectedly became a franchisor—in the restaurant industry.
From Family Business to More Time for Family • For Jon and Kari Murdock, letting go of their family business was a tough but necessary step toward scaling up and building a better work-life balance.
HELP WANTED! (WHERE IS EVERYONE?) • The nationwide hiring crisis is having an especially large impact on fast-casual restaurants. Owners are trying all kinds of tactics to attract and keep employees—and their efforts may change...