The characteristics of being a CEO include the following: being a visionary, being future focused, change when change is necessary, having a board of directors, making things happen, taking responsibility and investing time – to name a few. Learn how Susan Butler became the CEO of You, Inc.
Hannah Altman is just like any 10 year old who goes to school and loves cool toys. The difference is that she is running a successful business selling these cool toys to other kids as President/CEO of Hannah’s Cool World.
Learn how California couple Andy and Rachel Berliner started Amy’s Kitchen, the natural and organic frozen food brand, and turned this home-based business into a multi-million success.
It’s better to be different than it is to be better. If you focus on creating differences and distinctions between you and everyone else, you don’t have to focus on boasting or showing that you’re better.
The news sites and celebrities blog are all abuzz today announcing that the Kardashians made $65 million in 2010. Love them or hate them, that is some serious cash. Here are some business lessons that we can learn from the Kardashians.
Spurred by her passion for educating young people, Danielle Rayo started her own education consulting and tutorial service. In 2008, she started Competitive Advantage to help kids succeed academically and achieve their full potential. We talked with Rayo on how she started Competitive Advantage and the challenges she faced in this business.