Each week, OPEN Forum's editors round up the most compelling entrepreneurial news and advice from our contributors and others. Here are this week’s highlights.
From Leonardo Da Vinci to Steve Jobs, those who are masters of their crafts develop idiosyncrasies not for the sake of standing out, but to succeed. Plus:
It’s almost the New Year, why not adopt new ways of working
We show you five ways to transform this mega resolution to a revolution in your business. Plus:
Check out our gift guide chock full of last minute luxury gifts
for tech lovers.
In our latest infographic, we play fact vs. myth with some business misconceptions that are still running rampant. Boost your small business by applying these more modern tips on management. Plus:
Thinking of starting a business in 2013? Make sure your business idea isn't on this list
Running a small business means doing it all—here are some simple steps to keep your nerves in check. Plus:
We’ve all been working around the clock to prepare for the holiday break and the new year. Take this advice to avoid employee burnout
Start the New Year off on a good foot with these five smart marketing “resolutions” you can easily stick with all year. Plus:
It’s good to laugh a little. Inject humor
into your online marketing with these tips.
Former HuffPost exec Paul Berry left the online media giant to solve pressing problems for small-buisness owners. With RebelMouse, you can design your homepage with ease and share the content via social media channels. Plus:
If you’re feeling stuck in the “startup” phase, these tips will push your company
to the next level.
A new and optimistic report shows that entrepreneurship is still on the rise in the U.S. and will be a source for new jobs in the coming years. Plus: Small business in the U.S. are rising to the challenge to revive local manufacturing
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