Here is a list of excellent books written by women that any entrepreneur should read. Plus, we are giving away three copies of "Fail Better."

Inspiration

Books to Empower Women (That Men Should Read Too)

Not too long ago I compiled a list of 10 business books that every savvy entrepreneur should read. Although each of the books on the list is an excellent resource, as one reader kindly took the time to point out, I hadn’t included a single book written by a woman. This simultaneously horrified and surprised me....

By Candice Landau |

She Does: 21 Quotes on Why Women Should Embrace the Challenge and Thrive as Entrepreneurs

To celebrate Women’s Entrepreneurship Day, we’ve collected 21 quotes from women about the challenges and fulfillment they’ve found in entrepreneurship. Featuring iconic business women and trailblazers like Oprah Winfrey, Coco Chanel, and Arianna Huffington, to small business owners who are etching out a path of their own and reaping the rewards. Do you have a quote...

By Jonathan Michael |

Yes, You Can Operate a Scarily Successful Halloween Business

The Fallenstein family started making and renting a dozen Halloween costumes from their Minnesota garage, and the small business sparked a lot of interest in the little town of Mankato. Years later, the founders decided to take the business online and sell costumes. In just a decade, the seasonal business went from a few employees...

By Lisa Furgison |

30 Compelling Reasons to Start a Business

Are you toying with an idea for a business? A lot of people think about starting a business, but for whatever reason the idea never becomes a reality. If you’re an entrepreneur who is on the fence about starting a business, we have the encouragement you need to take the first step. We asked 30...

By Lisa Furgison |

How to Come up with Hundreds of Business Ideas

This article is part of our “Business Startup Guide” – a curated list of our articles that will get you up and running in no time! For some people, coming up with ideas is as easy as spotting chewing gum on the sidewalk. For others, it’s nearly impossible. For me, new idea generation isn’t just easy,...

By Candice Landau |

Dragons, Bootstrapping, and Women in Tech

It’s a story that many of us know all too well: a promising young college graduate sets out into the world—and finds that things are not as they once were. Debt looms, job prospects are lackluster at best, and before you can say “millenial,” you’re back in your parent’s house, waiting tables, wondering what’s next....

By Angelique O'Rourke |

Unique Workspace Photos from 11 Entrepreneurs

No two entrepreneurs are alike. Sure, other articles may suggest that all successful entrepreneurs do the same 12 things before breakfast, but we know better. Some entrepreneurs wake up before dawn, while others burn the midnight oil. Still, many others burn the candle from both ends. Some are precise and methodical in their pursuit of business success,...

By Jonathan Michael |

The Pixar Way: 37 Quotes on Developing and Maintaining a Creative Company

In his book, Creativity, Inc., Ed Catmull shares his experience as a manager of Pixar, one of the world’s most famous creative animation studios. More than that, Ed offers a number of starting points to help those that wish to work in an environment that fosters creativity and problem solving, to create it. We’ve collected...

By Jonathan Michael |

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Here is a list of excellent books written by women that any entrepreneur should read. Plus, we are giving away three copies of "Fail Better."