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Entrepreneur Magazine

July/August 2019
Magazine

Entrepreneur magazine is the trusted source for growing your business and offers surefire strategies for success. Whether you are just thinking of starting a business, have taken the first steps, or already own a business, Entrepreneur offers the best advice on running your own company

Enterpreneur

Build a Bridge to Yourself • How will you persuade someone to work with you? Do more than you’re doing now.

Gwyneth Paltrow, the Mentor • Even the busiest, most high-profile people can make time for others. Here, the Goop CEO talks about the power of mentoring—and is joined by the cofounder of Maisonette, whom she’s supported for

Regaining Trust • How do you bounce back from a PR nightmare? For Cameo, it was about connecting with the customers who mattered most.

3 SURPRISING BENEFITS OF WRITING NOTES ON PAPER

How to Prepare for Anything • Here are three lessons delivered during workshops with our Entrepreneur Insider members. To join us, visit entrepreneur.com/insider.

The New Workcation • Entrepreneurs are escaping for days of intense focus, isolation, and brutal feedback from their peers. Then they come back feeling refreshed. Ready to go?

Getting to “No” • Leaders love to be work heroes. But that can come at a hidden cost. Oftentimes, the most valuable thing you can do is say no—and here’s how.

Inside Uber’s Innovation Space

Should I Spend Big on Social Media? • Paid ads on social platforms can get your business in front of a lot of eyeballs. But don’t overlook the many other (and cheaper) ways to grow your customer base online.

PAPA SHAQ • Papa John’s founder and primary spokesman was mired in scandal and dragging down sales. This is the inside story of how the brand hatched a turnaround plan—and how SHAQUILLE O’NEAL became the perfect face for it.

Two Companies, Two Kids, One Family • Neil Blumenthal is cofounder of WARBY PARKER.. His wife, Rachel, started ROCKETS OF AWESOME. With children ages 4 and 8, they run their home life like a third business. Here’s how it breaks down by the hour.

THE SECOND ACT •  Tamara Mellon is most famous for cofounding Jimmy Choo. But in 2013, she started building a new brand…named after herself. It’s been bumpy. (She went bankrupt.) But she’s finally become the entrepreneur she always wanted to be.

Leaving Corporate Life Behind • Lisa Locker built a high-powered corporate career. But when she ditched the suits and became a CycleBar franchisee, she found a whole new challenge.

Creating Better Care • Tafa Jefferson built a business to help senior citizens age in place. Franchising helped him do that better—and on a national scale.

How to Choose a Payment System • In today’s tech-first, mobile economy, it’s not enough to simply process credit cards. Here’s what franchises should demand from their payment partner.

Leadership with a Twist • What happens when a company outgrows its founders? Painting with a Twist is in the process of finding out. The women who launched the business, which popularized the paint-and-sip concept (wine + paint = fun!), no longer felt they could lead it. So they set out to find someone who could.

$170K InXpress Investment, 13 Months Revenue $976K*

Canada Booms with Number One Home Inspection Company in North America

Crossing Borders • Our ranking of the top 200 global franchises in 2019.

KFC/No.1

McDonald’s/No.2

Anytime Fitness/No.11

Papa John’s/No.15

Color Glo International/No.43

Dale Carnegie Training/No.76

The Little Gym International/No.27

9Round/No.94

Auntie Anne’s Hand-Rolled Soft Pretzels/No.102

The Sign I Needed, When I Needed It


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 108 Publisher: Entrepreneur Media Inc. Edition: July/August 2019

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Entrepreneur magazine is the trusted source for growing your business and offers surefire strategies for success. Whether you are just thinking of starting a business, have taken the first steps, or already own a business, Entrepreneur offers the best advice on running your own company

Enterpreneur

Build a Bridge to Yourself • How will you persuade someone to work with you? Do more than you’re doing now.

Gwyneth Paltrow, the Mentor • Even the busiest, most high-profile people can make time for others. Here, the Goop CEO talks about the power of mentoring—and is joined by the cofounder of Maisonette, whom she’s supported for

Regaining Trust • How do you bounce back from a PR nightmare? For Cameo, it was about connecting with the customers who mattered most.

3 SURPRISING BENEFITS OF WRITING NOTES ON PAPER

How to Prepare for Anything • Here are three lessons delivered during workshops with our Entrepreneur Insider members. To join us, visit entrepreneur.com/insider.

The New Workcation • Entrepreneurs are escaping for days of intense focus, isolation, and brutal feedback from their peers. Then they come back feeling refreshed. Ready to go?

Getting to “No” • Leaders love to be work heroes. But that can come at a hidden cost. Oftentimes, the most valuable thing you can do is say no—and here’s how.

Inside Uber’s Innovation Space

Should I Spend Big on Social Media? • Paid ads on social platforms can get your business in front of a lot of eyeballs. But don’t overlook the many other (and cheaper) ways to grow your customer base online.

PAPA SHAQ • Papa John’s founder and primary spokesman was mired in scandal and dragging down sales. This is the inside story of how the brand hatched a turnaround plan—and how SHAQUILLE O’NEAL became the perfect face for it.

Two Companies, Two Kids, One Family • Neil Blumenthal is cofounder of WARBY PARKER.. His wife, Rachel, started ROCKETS OF AWESOME. With children ages 4 and 8, they run their home life like a third business. Here’s how it breaks down by the hour.

THE SECOND ACT •  Tamara Mellon is most famous for cofounding Jimmy Choo. But in 2013, she started building a new brand…named after herself. It’s been bumpy. (She went bankrupt.) But she’s finally become the entrepreneur she always wanted to be.

Leaving Corporate Life Behind • Lisa Locker built a high-powered corporate career. But when she ditched the suits and became a CycleBar franchisee, she found a whole new challenge.

Creating Better Care • Tafa Jefferson built a business to help senior citizens age in place. Franchising helped him do that better—and on a national scale.

How to Choose a Payment System • In today’s tech-first, mobile economy, it’s not enough to simply process credit cards. Here’s what franchises should demand from their payment partner.

Leadership with a Twist • What happens when a company outgrows its founders? Painting with a Twist is in the process of finding out. The women who launched the business, which popularized the paint-and-sip concept (wine + paint = fun!), no longer felt they could lead it. So they set out to find someone who could.

$170K InXpress Investment, 13 Months Revenue $976K*

Canada Booms with Number One Home Inspection Company in North America

Crossing Borders • Our ranking of the top 200 global franchises in 2019.

KFC/No.1

McDonald’s/No.2

Anytime Fitness/No.11

Papa John’s/No.15

Color Glo International/No.43

Dale Carnegie Training/No.76

The Little Gym International/No.27

9Round/No.94

Auntie Anne’s Hand-Rolled Soft Pretzels/No.102

The Sign I Needed, When I Needed It


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