Founder Ron Shaich Tells the Inside Story of Panera’s Amazing Success
Founder Ron Shaich Tells the Inside Story of Panera’s Amazing Success

Making the decision to in 1998 to sell the main divisions of Au Bon Pain and focus all resources on the company’s lowly Panera brand became the most stressful year and a half ever for Panera founder and former CEO Ron Shaich. Ultimately, Shaich says, even though there was “blood on the floor” initially, the stock is up a hundredfold.

Kevin David Reveals His Proven Method for Making Money With Facebook Ads
Kevin David Reveals His Proven Method for Making Money With Facebook Ads

One of the keys to making money with Facebook ads is to create and test 100 Facebook ad sets per day, says Kevin David who has become a successful entrepreneur by utilizing this strategy.

‘Ninja’ Tyler Blevins Could be First $10 Million a Year Fortnite Gamer
‘Ninja’ Tyler Blevins Could be First $10 Million a Year Fortnite Gamer

The best Fortnite player in the world, ‘Ninja’ Tyler Blevins, says he currently makes more than $500,000 a month and may just become the world’s first $10 million a year gamer.

Rumble Boxing Bringing the “Cool” Factor to Fitness
Rumble Boxing Bringing the “Cool” Factor to Fitness

The Rumble business model is very unique and creative taking the fitness experience to a new level and making it so cool that it has become a viral sensation everywhere it launches.

Netflix Must Create Ad Model or Raise Prices
Netflix Must Create Ad Model or Raise Prices

Netflix announced that their original movie ‘Bird Box’ generated over 45 million streams in just the first week making it the best first 7 days ever for a Netflix film. However, some analysts say that their $12 billion in debt and mounting costs will require Netflix to either raise subscription prices again or create an advertising model.

You Haven’t Seen a Mass Social Media User Revolt
You Haven’t Seen a Mass Social Media User Revolt

The social media space is pretty ripe for disruption. There’s always this trade-off between privacy and communications and so we want as users and consumers to be able to communicate with our friends and to be connected, but we also want our privacy.

Entrepreneur Jon Taffer: The Common Denominator of Failure is Excuses
Entrepreneur Jon Taffer: The Common Denominator of Failure is Excuses

Prolific entrepreneur Jon Taffer who is the producer and host of the popular TV show Bar Rescue says that the most common denominator of failure is excuses.

Lance Armstrong Invested Early in Uber and May Now be a Billionaire
Lance Armstrong Invested Early in Uber and May Now be a Billionaire

Lance Armstrong says that he was one of the original Uber investors staking them $100,000 at a valuation of just $3.7 million. There are reports that Uber’s projected IPO will value the company at $120 billion. Armstrong wouldn’t say what percent of Uber he still owns but it is conceivable that his stake could be worth $1 billion or more today.

How to Figure Out What Your Potential Customers Really Want
How to Figure Out What Your Potential Customers Really Want

It doesn’t matter how good your product is or whether you offer the best service.…

Patrick Bet-David: Patriots and Entrepreneurs Make America Work
Patrick Bet-David: Patriots and Entrepreneurs Make America Work

Entrepreneur and successful motivational speaker Patrick Bet-David says that there are two groups who really make America work, Patriots who put their life on the line and entrepreneurs who put their salary on the line. He says that entrepreneurs choose choice over force and despite anxiety, they do it because they don’t want to live an average and ordinary life.