Use This Secret Military Trick to Tell if Someone Is Lying

January 30, 2019 5 min read Former Green Beret Sergeant Major (Retired) Karl Erickson has faced all kinds of liars: combative locals who don’t want to tell you where the bad guys are hiding, friendly forces who exaggerate their capabilities to help, guys on your squad who don’t want to admit how badly they messed up, […]

Become a Notary Public and Start Earning Money on the Side

Jon Snedeker didn’t become a notary public because it was his lifelong dream. He did it because it was a requirement for the loan officer job he landed fresh out of college. It wasn’t until years later that he realized how valuable his Notary Commission was. After the economy crashed, he became a mobile notary, […]

What This Defense Consultant Learned From His Felony Conviction

Justin Paperny served 18 months in federal prison, and now he helps other white collar criminals prepare for their own prison sentences. August 13, 2019 2 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In the sage words of Mr. Sammy Davis, Jr., “Don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time.” […]

The 7 Biggest Ways You’re Wasting Money on School Supplies

Hey. Guess what? You’re probably spending too much money on back-to-school shopping. Last year, the average parent planned to spend $122.13 on school supplies, according to the National Retail Federation. Per kid. Oh, and that excludes clothes and technology. So how can you cut back on your back-to-school spending? Here are eight ways you’re probably […]

How Self-Driving Cars Could Shape Our Future

Once challenges are surmounted, the world (and world of business) may be altered forever. August 12, 2019 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Self-driving cars are a shared ambition among Google, Tesla, Apple, Uber and Lyft, among other automotive, tech and ridesharing companies. For Uber and Lyft specifically, it’s a matter of […]

Thousands of Jobs For the 2020 Census Are Now Open. Here’s How to Apply

The 2020 census requires a massive, temporary workforce to get every American counted. A job that once involved clipboards and file boxes now utilizes mapping software and smartphones. All together, the census will employ more than 500,000 temporary and part-time workers. Hiring has already begun. And get this: pay ranges from $13 to $30 an […]

This Latina Ganjapreneur Is Making Sure That Women Aren’t Overlooked

Priscilla Vilchis was the first Latina in Nevada to secure a license to grow and distribute marijuana. And she’s not stopping there. August 11, 2019 5 min read Brought to you by Weed Maps If you ask Priscilla Vilchis, the world of weed is no longer a man’s world. Vilchis is making a big splash […]

How to Manage Your Money After Going From Two Incomes to One

Life can be unpredictable.  One day you’re managing your finances just fine in a two-income household. Then something happens — a layoff, an injury, a separation — and you’re left with one paycheck to support your lifestyle. How do you cover your expenses with this reduced income? How do you pay your bills? Before the […]

Listen: What Millennials Really Want From Weed

Cy Scott of Headset Inc. joins the Green Entrepreneur podcast to talk about interesting buying habits August 10, 2019 15+ min read Our guest on the podcast is Cy Scott, the co-founder and CEO of Headset, Inc,  an analytics service provider for the cannabis industry. Their customers look to them for market research and data […]

It’s National Lazy Day! Try These 5 Super Chill Ways to Make Money

Stay in your pajamas and put fresh batteries in the remote: It’s National Lazy Day. For real. Aug. 10. It’s a thing. Although it sounds about as legit as National Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day (Jan. 28) or National Cheese Curd Day (Oct. 15), we’re going with it. While we’re all here on the couch, enjoying […]