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Linda Lacina

Linda Lacina

Entrepreneur Staff /

Linda Lacina is the managing editor at Entrepreneur.com. Her work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Smart Money, Dow Jones MarketWatch and Family Circle. Email her at llacina@entrepreneur.com. Follow her at @lindalacina on Twitter. 

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Creativity

To Harness Creativity, You Need to First Understand Its Neural Magic.

This expert explains the brain's role in how ideas survive and thrive.
Risk

Podcast: Want to Keep Moving? This Cybersecurity Expert Says You'll Need to Start By Asking the Right Questions.

This cybersecurity founder explains how she manages risk -- and the unexpected freedom it brings.
Creativity

This Imagination Expert Can Help You Get Your Best Creative Work Done

The author and scientist shares how to make something compelling -- and get more work done.
Innovation

This Architect Shares What You Gain When You Think Like an Outsider

On our latest podcast 'How Success Happens' Witold Rybczynski shares how studying everyday things can reveal some surprising insights on the nature of invention.
How Success Happens Podcast

Podcast: This Founder Made Space for an Unusual Obsession -- and It Led to a One-of-a-Kind Kayak Company

The entrepreneur behind a collapsible boat company explains how he used origami to fuel his passion.
America's Small Business Heroes

Win-Win: This Founder Is Using Extra Restaurant Food to Feed the Needy -- and Save Businesses Money

In our latest episode of 'How Success Happens,' an entrepreneur and chef shares how he turned his side hustle -- bridging the hunger gap -- into a growing non-profit in just a year.
Take It From The Pros

Podcast: How This Entrepreneur and Shoe Designer Went From Cold Calls to 500 Percent Growth

In the latest episode of 'How Success Happens', a decathlete-turned-shoe-mogul shares how he was able to push through obstacles to find success.
Innovation

The Savvy Reason This Wooden Toy Car Company Works With Auto Suppliers and Designs Some of Its Own Tools

By focusing on it vision, Candylabs, which makes wooden toy cars, has been profitable from its start and has seen 40 percent year-over-year growth.
Team Work

Why This Founder Stepped Down From Leading His Company He Built for a Billion Users to Help Entrepreneurs Sail

Johan Brand, a Norwegian founder, says too many entrepreneurs need to learn how to work with the elements, not against them.