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It’s Time for Calendar Zero • Protect your time like the precious resource it is. Here’s a simple way to start.
Starting Small Can Generate Big Buzz • How do you build a community around your company? High-profile tech investor Andrew Chen has a counterintuitive answer: Don’t take it to the masses—yet.
How to Make a Scary Decision • Growth often requires doing something a little dangerous. Here, six entrepreneurs share the calculus behind their biggest risks.
When Animals Run the Business • FarmHouse Fresh makes organic, homegrown botanical skin-care products. But at HQ, the team takes self-care to a whole new level.
If They Like This, Will They Like That? • My company Kettle & Fire was selling broth like crazy. But when we tried to sell soup, we learned how hard product expansion can be.
Three Tricks to Make Hard Decisions Easier • Entrepreneurs often face what feel like impossible or unknowable choices. Here are three decision-making tricks I relied upon as cofounder and CEO of Netflix—and that I still use today.
When Letting Go Lets You Grow • These founders killed off their sacred cows and discovered whole new fields of opportunity.
Optimize Your Home Office • From endless video calls to busy households, working from home is often more complicated than it seems. These upgrades can help boost your efficiency.
The Impasse Is the Path • When you hit an obstacle that’s out of your control, be transparent with your team and your customers. You may improve your business in ways that have nothing to do with the problem at hand.
Let Them Underestimate You • Building a billion-dollar brand has taught JESSICA SIMPSON that when people assume you’re clueless, it only gives you more time to prove them wrong.
RACING THE GIANTS • The sneaker industry is crowded and dominated by the likes of Nike and Adidas. So how did a little Swiss brand called ON become the fastestgrowing athletic shoe company in the U.S.? By breaking every rule.
WHAT YOU'RE SAYING WHEN YOU'RE NOT SAYING IT • A Brief Guide to the Cues, Gestures, and Body Positions That Lead to Better Meetings and Connections.
Lean In, or Lean Back?
Build a Better Connection
WHERE WILL YOU BE IN 10 YEARS? • Here’s how to figure it out and start working toward that future vision—now.
Home Is Where the Franchise Is • An unconventional franchise helped Kathryn Berta achieve her American Dream.
Less Theory, More Action • Kids can get endless amounts of education online. So how does an education company like 2inspire stay relevant? CEO Shafik Mina says it starts with hands-on innovation.
How to Stop Getting Ghosted • You think the sale is in the bag, and then your prospect goes dark. Why? Check your process.
THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING FRANCHISE • Can a business be too specialized? Niche “microfranchises” are popping up all over the place, and the big companies buying them have grasped the merits of thinking small.
FASTEST-GROWING FRANCHISES • Our annual list of high-growth brands.