Business success doesn't just happen. Look for opportunities to change up the formula and offer something exciting.
At Toptal, we are proud of our ability to wing it and make things happen wherever we go. We are a company, but don't have an office or headquarters. We are completely distributed with hundreds of core team members working from more than 25 different countries.
You've decided to start your own business -- opening a shop, taking on consulting clients, writing that book, or any of a hundred other business ideas out there -- congratulations! You know it's going to take time, money, and a lot of hard work, but you're ready to go.
Put simply: The way a person runs meetings says a lot about the way he or she runs a company. Improve meetings, and you're likely to improve the whole business. Here's how to get it done.
For many of us, the biggest threat to the continued growth of our businesses isn't changes in the marketplace or even our competitors. It's ourselves.
If you're hung up and feeling creatively blocked, seeking answers won't move you past feeling uncertain of what's next. You don't need more information in your head. You just need to know how to ask the right questions.
The purpose of this article is to start a revolution. A non-violent one, based on voluntary change in civil society.
Would Donald Trump leverage network marketing to self-fund (bootstrap) a startup or a small business if he were in my shoes? What advice would Mr. Trump give woman-led startup founders and entrepreneurs wanting to scale or start a business?
His name is DJ Irie and not only is he the unofficial mayor of Miami, he has made a name for himself across the country by building off his enthusiasm for what he loves most, music.
If you find yourself wanting to start a business, but perpetually trapped in that loop of procrastination, consider these five reasons to start a business now.
I started Mom Corps before the Great Recession, at a time when true professional-level staffing was in its infancy. The need was definitely there. I was passionate about providing flexible work opportunities for great professionals like me.
Raising a child and a business can give you a completely different perspective. We asked 11 entrepreneurs what they loved the most about balancing their two most important jobs.
I have found that companies who focus on product, only, are destined to fail. Why, because the market will shift, customers are fickle, and sometimes the product is ready before there is a need.
When I was 30, I lost my husband and had to figure out how to make a life that worked for my very young son and me. Over the years that followed I have built a business and a life that allows me to use my talents while helping others figure out how to use theirs and make a living doing it.
Richard discussed how New York City's rejection of Columbia University in the competition to build a new technology campus was a real wake up call. Kathryn shared the painful lessons she learned when her first startup fell apart.
Yes, this book is a simple feel-good story, but it opened up the world of being an entrepreneur for me when I was just eight years old. I have never seriously considered doing anything else since!