From The Desk Of Mr. Wonderful
It turns out focusing on customer success is not only true to our mission, but also a huge boon to our bottom line.
If you've been watching ABC's follow-up reality show "Beyond the Tank" you probably have a new appreciation for what entrepreneurs
About Sara Margulis and Honeyfund In the spring of 2006 Honeyfund launched a niche wedding registry where less than 5% of
Kevin O'Leary, Shark Tank's "Mr. Wonderful," Exhibits "Irreconcilable Images" at Arcature Fine Art Benefiting the Perry J. Cohen Foundation
"Irreconcilable Images," the current exhibition of photographic images by Kevin O'Leary at Arcature Fine Art in Palm Beach, is a memorable event that examines the curious aesthetic merits of places and people that often display an inherent incompatibility.
Once you start seeing these lists of where your precious money is going, you'll be amazed at how quickly you start thinking twice before spending what you should be investing.
While answering emails I thought. "I should apply to Shark Tank today." And so I did. Five days later casting contacted me
One thing I've learned as I head into my twilight years, is that nobody gets away with anything. If you didn't work like a dog in your 20s and you blew your money in your 30s and 40s, you're going to have to scrimp like crazy in your 50s and keep working well into your 60s.
3. Keep it simple. It took us almost an entire year from the time I drew the original concept on a napkin until the Wine
Whether you're prepping for a TV show or to present in front of a board of potential investors, the number-one rule is to make your pitch incredibly dynamic.
Wake up and smell the slow-brewed coffee, my young friend: Few waltz into that kind of fortune right out of college. If you're lucky, you will eventually find work that is meaningful and fulfilling, but it's not instant. We've all got to pay our dues.
Kevin O'Leary tells HuffPost Live that Trump's candidacy is a good business decision.
There's no shame in a blue-collar job. I can't tell you how many people I've met who started on the shop floor and ended up in the chairman's suite. Upward mobility is incredibly possible in the trades, unlike the business world where it's a slow and arduous climb.
When you're running a crowdfunding campaign, the typical platform fee of 5 percent, amounts to $50 on a $1000 campaign -- that's $50 gone from your pocket. Ghost money.
Unless we learn to be self-sufficient and stand on our own two feet, there is no guarantee of success. No MBA can teach you about want, drive and the thirst for success. That's a lesson for life to impart. And in a strange sort of way I'm grateful that I had such a stern teacher.