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Let’s Get Realistic • You cannot do everything, and that’s OK. Instead, do the best of what’s possible.
Write Down Your Ideas! • Think your revelations aren’t worth reading? You’re wrong, says billionaire investor Ray Dalio. He says that you—and everyone else!—can learn a lot when you save and share your principles.
The Insight That Changed Everything • Business-changing breakthroughs can come in unexpected ways. We asked six entrepreneurs to reflect on experiences that made them see things differently.
How Many Ways Can You Spin an Idea? • One insight can produce many companies. My obsessive music habit as a teen has already driven three.
Selling a Novel Idea to an Ancient Industry • When Justin Crowe came up with a new form for human ashes, he thought the concept would sell itself to consumers. But he hadn’t figured out who his real customer was.
Business Is Like Biology • Companies and living creatures grow in eerily similar ways. These lessons from nature can help you thrive—and avoid disruption.
When Bad Ideas Are Good • Want to stand out in a crowded market? The founder of ridiculous (and ridiculously successful) canned-water brand Liquid Death has a suggestion: Embrace dumb ideas.
Unplug and Recharge • Wireless chargers have been around for years, but a new crop of creators made them more stylish, convenient, and integrated with your workspace.
Don’t Chase Trends. Join Movements • It’s tempting to go all-in on trends that bring other businesses success. But it’s better to bet on the big picture.
TOP SCHOOLS • The top 100 undergraduate and graduate schools for entrepreneurs as ranked by Entrepreneur and The Princeton Review.
THE FUTURE THE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP • The recent past has been a roller coaster. The present feels exciting but uncertain. And the future? It demands creativity. On the following pages, we explore the challenges and opportunities ahead—because it’s time to rethink everything.
NOW WE’RE TALKING! • Mental health was once a taboo subject, but it’s becoming an increasingly good business—and a valuable service to those struggling silently. That’s why Selena Gomez, who has been open about her own mental health, is partnering with her mother, film and TV producer Mandy Teefey, and Daniella Pierson, founder of a favorite Gen Z newsletter, to launch a media company that changes the conversation.
THE CRYSTAL SUPERBALL • Want to know the future? Meet an elite team of forecasters who have turned future-gazing into a science (and you can even steal a few of their tricks).
WHAT’S UP? (AND WHAT’S DOWN?) • What’ll happen to the price of advertising? Will more female founders get funded? We had Good Judgment’s superforecasters answer these questions and more.
JIM CRAMER’S DECREE: NO MORE LOW-HANGING FRUIT • The CNBC host says he’s bullish on entrepreneurs—because their creativity trumps any challenge.
4 BIG PREDICTIONS • We asked readers on social media: What do you want to know about the future of business? Then we took the four most common questions — and got answers.
WORKING FROM HOME IS JUST THE BEGINNING • What does the future of work really look like? In their new book, journalists ANNE HELEN PETERSEN and CHARLIE WARZEL argue that we’re at a moment of staggering potential—if we’re only willing to broaden our imaginations.
A One-Brand Kind of Guy • When we talk about loyalty, we usually think of...