How Did An 8-Year-Old Sell 32,000 Boxes Of Girl Scout Cookies?

Lilly is 8 years old. And she’s sold more than 32,000 boxes of Thin Mints, Caramel deLites, Do-si-dos and S'mores this year. No, this is not a joke. Lilly holds the single season record for selling Girl Scout cookies.

How Success Happened for WebMD and Sharecare Founder Jeff Arnold

In a recent episode of the How Success Happens podcast, I sat down with Jeff Arnold, a storied entrepreneur who has founded several companies to date, including three healthcare game-changers.

3 Lessons Wiz Khalifa Taught Me About Success

Wiz Khalifa is a jack-of-all-trades. The Pittsburgh native is known for his multi-platinum Grammy and Golden Globe-nominated hit records like "Black and Yellow" and "See You Again," one of the most-streamed songs in history.

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How Survivorship Bias Distorts Our View of Successful Entrepreneurs

When you first start thinking about becoming an entrepreneur, it’s natural to look up to and model yourself after the radically successful entrepreneurs who came before you.

3 Stories That Put Failure in Its Place, and Led to My Success

In the 1980s, my wife, two business partners and I grew a company to earn over $2 million in annual sales. Not Bill Gates money, but not bad for two kids in their early twenties (one of whom didn’t have a high...