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Nobody ever regretted spending too much time with family on their deathbed. But many people regret spending too much time at work. There are over 30 million small business owners in the US alone and over 15 million managers at corporations in the US alone. I...

The first time I fired someone, it was the hardest thing I'd ever done. It's gotten easier over the years, but it's still never any fun, obviously. Arguably, the most difficult part of any entrepreneur or leader’s job is firing people when they don’t work out. Because...

One day several years ago, I had a huge pitch meeting in Washington, DC. But on the train down, I received a horrible piece of news: We had lost a $400,000 client. I was devastated. To make matters worse, after arriving in Washington upset and...

Arnold came to me through a referral, wanting to hire an Apprentice. At 58 years old, he had a printing business, and he realized that times had changed and that he wasn’t going to be successful if he kept his business the same as it...

Nobody ever regretted spending too much time with family on their deathbed. But many people regret spending too much time at work. There are over 30 million small business owners in the US alone and over 15 million managers at corporations in the US alone. I...

Hate hurts us all. The internet has long had both a good side and a dark side, just as humanity has always had good and evil. Before October 7th, though, I considered myself an idealist. I knew at an intellectual level that evil and hate existed...