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Jason Feifer

Jason Feifer

Entrepreneur Staff / Editor-in-Chief
Jason Feifer is the editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur magazine, and the host of two podcasts: Problem Solvers, about entrepreneurs solving unexpected problems in their business, and Pessimists Archive  a history of unfounded fears of innovation. He’s @heyfeifer on Twitter and Instagram.

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Profits

The Danger of Profitability: It Masks Deeper Problems

From the outside, Cogent Entertainment Marketing looked like a success. On the inside, major leadership problems were wreaking havoc on the company.
Relationship Building

How We Can Help People By Saying 'No'

If you do it right, rejection can be a gift.
Pivots

The Founder Behind Furniture-Maker Poppin Explains Why the Company Needed to Transform Itself

After realizing it was selling to the wrong customer, the company had to change its brand voice, marketing, products and supply chain.
Leadership

How A Young, New, Female Boss Took Over Her Male-Dominated Company

New leaders have a limited time to set a company's culture and get people on board with their vision
Decision Making

This Entrepreneur Said Yes Too Many Times. Then He Learned to Say No

The founder of Crown & Caliber needed help, and discovered that 'no' is the secret to success.
Editor's Note

Embrace Your Setbacks -- and Use Them to Your Advantage

We're either the sum of our setbacks or the sum of our triumphs. Choose the latter.
Finding Customers

The Founder of Tough Mudder Explains How the Company Expanded Its Loyal Fan base

The popular race company had a problem: It needed to change, without upsetting its loyal fans.
Partnerships

Why This Entrepreneur Broke Up With His Biggest Client

For Taktik Logistics Group to thrive, it would need to do what once seemed impossible.
Holidays

How the Founder of Baked by Melissa Recovered From Her First Holiday Sales Disaster

Melisa Ben-Ishay talks about her first big mistake (during the holiday rush!) and what it taught her about prepping for sales spikes.
Problem Solving

How to Find Huge Opportunities Right Under Your Nose

It happened at Quizlet, where its CEO once overlooked a chance at 300 percent more ad revenue. Could it happen to you too?
Communication

This Trick Will Help You Promote Yourself Without Coming Off as Self-Centered

The first rule of talking about you: It's not really about you.
Problem Solvers Podcast

What Happens When You Can't Deliver Your Kickstarter Project to Backers?

After realizing he'd lose money by fulfilling all his Kickstarter orders, an entrepreneur had to change course.