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Shelley Levitt

Shelley Levitt

Brain Gut Instinct

6 Questions to Ask Yourself to Know When to Trust Your Instinct

By Shelley Levitt | May 20, 2019

Did you know the foods you eat can affect your decision-making? Plus, how to know if your gut instinct is worth following.

What the Sharks Have Learned After a Decade in the Tank

By Shelley Levitt | February 6, 2018

After almost 10 years of Shark Tank, the Sharks reflect on what they’ve learned and the best deals they’ve made. 

The Deals the Sharks Regret Making and Missing

By Shelley Levitt | February 6, 2018

The Sharks dish on the deals that broke their hearts and the ones that got away.

How Surprise Ride Survived Shark Tank

By Shelley Levitt | January 7, 2018

‘Failure and disappointment are two of the most useful resources for any entrepreneur.’

How R. Riveter Survived the Shark Tank

By Shelley Levitt | December 8, 2017

‘Learning and growing is hard, but as an entrepreneur, you have to keep doing both.’

How Sun-Staches Survived the Shark Tank

By Shelley Levitt | October 6, 2017

‘We argue constantly, but that’s because we make every decision by consensus, not by majority rules.’

How Sand Cloud Survived the Shark Tank

By Shelley Levitt | September 8, 2017

Three friends quit selling life insurance and end up creating a multimillion-dollar business. 

How The Sleep Styler Survived the Shark Tank

By Shelley Levitt | August 11, 2017

Investor: Lori Greiner Shark Tank Appearance: May 3, 2017 Deal: $75,000 for a 25 percent stake Results: Sales increased from $75,000 to $45 million. For many entrepreneurs, their time in the Shark Tank seems like an eternity. Not for Tara Brown, creator of The Sleep Styler. Brown had not been in the Tank for 20…

How Daisy Cakes Survived the Shark Tank

By Shelley Levitt | July 7, 2017

After appearing on Shark Tank, Daisy Cakes cupcakes took sales from $27,000 to $5 million.

How IllumiBowl Survived the Shark Tank

By Shelley Levitt | May 5, 2017

These entrepreneurs found the inspiration for their business in the unlikeliest of places: a toilet.