It’s what you know, not who you know

Conventional wisdom tells us that in the business world, “you are who you know” — your social background and professional networks outweigh talent when it comes to career success.

What is a work for hire?

Only the author or those deriving rights from the author can rightfully claim copyright to a work, with one exception: works made for hire.

Gender stereotypes influence entrepreneurial career goals

Studies reveal that in the dog-eat-dog, look-out-for-Number 1, highly-competitive business world, only the aggressive, risk-taking alpha male can expect to succeed as an entrepreneur.

Entrepreneurial differences between the sexes

A study of the sexes reveals that when it comes to starting a business, women are more likely than men to consider individual responsibility, and use business as a vehicle for social and environmental change.

Personality predicts success in medical school

Conscientiousness breeds continued success, while extraverts fare well in later years