The Property Brothers Share 4 Fixer-Upper Tips for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

You know Drew and Jonathan Scott, aka the Property Brothers, thanks to the wildly popular HGTV show of the same name. And you know they’re established real estate experts, hence why they’re always talking property, home renovations and interior design. But what you might not know is their passion for branding and business—which led to […]

Starting the Solopreneur Adventure? CEO-Turned-Blogger Michael Hyatt Shares 5 Tips

You probably know Michael Hyatt as the “virtual mentor,” an executive-turned-blogger who teaches entrepreneurs, speakers and bloggers how build their personal platforms. But before becoming the New York Times best-selling author we know today, he was a literary agent; he owned and sold a publishing business; and he worked his way to CEO of Thomas […]

4 Secrets of Self-Made Success from Best-Selling Author Jamie McGuire

It is uncommon enough for an author to produce five New York Times list-topping novels, but the fact that Jamie McGuire did so without a traditional publisher truly sets her in a league of her own. Her first book, Beautiful Disaster, became a New York Times best-seller in 2012 and was picked up by Atria […]

How to Live a Better Story, from Best-Selling Author Donald Miller

You probably know Donald Miller from his New York Times best-selling books Blue Like Jazz (which was also developed into a major motion picture), A Million Miles in a Thousand Years and most recently, Scary Close. I became a Donald Miller fan when I first read Blue Like Jazz in college, so I grew nervous […]

Starting Your Own Blog? Mommy Blogger Crystal Paine Shares 5 Tips

If you’ve ever followed the mommy blogger phenomenon, you’ve heard of Crystal Paine. Her site,, which she started in 2007 as a resource for couponing and deal-hunting, now averages 1.5 million unique visitors every month. Paine is a true work-at-home mompreneur, managing a brand that employs 17 team members and engages more than 750,000 […]