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Eric Schurenberg

New York
Editor, — Inc.
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Editor's Letter: How to Amaze Yourself — When he addresses entrepreneurs at Inc. conferences, Bob Parsons, the irascible, ingenious founder of GoDaddy and Parsons Xtreme Golf, tells of his service as a Marine rifleman in Vietnam. The day he arrived in a combat zone--a green replacement in a squad that had just lost five men in an ambush a few days before--he confronted the likelihood that he would not make it out alive.

Mark Cuban on the Moment He Knew He Wanted to Be an Entrepreneur — Serial entrepreneur Mark Cuban describes to Inc. president Eric Schurenberg how he realized he was a bad employee and needed to start his own business.

The 6 Secrets to Getting People to Say 'Yes' — Robert Cialdini, author of Pre-Suasion , describes to Inc. president Eric Schurenberg the most important factors for influencing people.

Steve Blank: How to Turn Failure Into Wisdom — The serial entrepreneur and creator of the lean startup movement describes to Inc. president Eric Schurenberg the fine line between worshiping failure and learning from your mistakes.

Why the Inc. 5000 Is the List That Matters — A lot of business Websites create lists. (Maybe you've noticed.) One of's competitors, for example, ranks giant public corporations in order of their total revenue. Another ranks people by their supposed net worth. Others rank mutual funds, financial advisers, and so on. The Inc. 5000 resembles those lists in a superficial way.

Robert Herjavec and Mark Cuban on Why America Needs Immigrant Entrepreneurs — This year's Presidential election is going to be, at least in part, a referendum on America's openness to immigrants. Are the people who come from other countries a drag on the economy--because they consume resources and steal American jobs--or are they a net gain?

Brexit: A Cloud without a Silver Lining for U.S. Business — To hear the wise heads at the Council of Foreign Relations tell it, the voters of Britain just inflicted on themselves one the most self-destructive own-goals in modern economic history. Referring to Thursday's extraordinary vote to pull Britain out of the European Union, the Council's president Richard N.

The Well-Adjusted Entrepreneur--and Other Paradoxes — Scott Fitzgerald said the sign of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time. That's also a pretty good description of a well-adjusted entrepreneur. For starters, you have to be numerate enough to run a business but also willfully blind to a 95 percent failure rate.

Richard Branson: Why Customers Come Second at Virgin — Video Transcript 00:12 Eric Schurenberg: Not just customer service matters to the Virgin brand. Virgin is one of the few companies, I'd include Southwest Airlines and Danny Meyer's Union Square Hospitality Group, as a place that puts employees first. Why does that matter to you and why does that tend to result in better customer service?

How Honest Tea Co-Founder Seth Goldman Gave up a Wall Street Career to Build a Beverage Company — Seth Goldman, co-founder of Honest Tea, describes to Inc. president Eric Schurenberg how he teamed up with his business professor to sell a low-calorie tea drink.
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