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Time to Start From Scratch • Instead of applying old methods to new situations, what if you just started over?
Solving the Wildest Problems • Not all of life’s problems can be quantified, and not all have right answers. Economist Russ Roberts offers a different way to approach them.
Can You Tell the Future? • Entrepreneurs need to know what’s coming—or at least take their best guess. So how do you do it? Here, six leaders explain how they work their crystal ball.
Crafting a Different Kind of Culture • East Fork makes durable, ceramic dinnerware. But at their Asheville, North Carolina, headquarters, they’re also working to create factory jobs where employees feel seen and taken care of.
When Setting Boundaries Means Letting It All Out • As the founder of an intensive therapy program for teens, I know how difficult it can be to draw lines between work and our personal lives. But here’s another way of thinking about it.
Big Brand on Campus • How did a custom apparel brand for college kids become a $40 million business? Through constant reinvention.
Dogged Sustainability • What does it really take to make a brand eco-friendly? For Shine Pet Food, it meant sweating every CO2 molecule—and making hard, expensive decisions.
Your Customers Aren’t Always Where You Think They Are • Towboat operator Justin Nesloney took over a flagging business and is now driving $1 million in revenue. How? By meeting people where they are, often literally.
Hack Your Deadlines • Technology designed to increase productivity, from long-lasting batteries to a decent cup of coffee, helps make deadlines feel a little easier.
Leadership Is a Learned Skill • We often think of leadership as a natural talent, but like most things, it improves with practice. Take it from me: Ten years ago, I was a terrible leader.
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OBJ GOES LONG • Odell Beckham Jr. was once a short-term thinker who cashed every check he could. Then he discovered that real, lasting wealth required two things: a long-term mindset, and a deeper level of trust.
FROM THE GROUND UP • When a new industry forms, who gets to set its rules? That's the big question being asked right now in psychedelics, where there's a lot of money, a lot of good intentions, and a lot of unknowns.
THE SOULS OF A SHOE • They escaped their restrictive childhoods in Pakistan. Now their shoe brand Atoms makes $12 million a year. But getting there required a lot of failure, and a willingness to start over.
Working Out the Kinks • After massage therapy improved Michelle Kameka’s life, she and her husband wanted to bring it to their community. But to succeed, they needed to tweak a few things.
Winning Across the Board • When Kerry Sylvester started the charcuterie franchise Graze Craze, she learned that serving up fresh meats and cheeses is complicated work—strategically and personally.
The Best Retention Strategy: Careful Listening • Many franchises skimp on employee surveys, and that’s costing their bottom line. Measuring worker satisfaction is a crucial tool for holding on to your best people.
NO DRAMA WITH MAMA (OR ANYONE ELSE) • How to run a successful franchise with loved ones.
The Best of the Best • Looking to buy a franchise? Check out the No. 1 brands in every category.
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