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They lead because they know where they are going and communicate that clearly to those who choose to follow them.
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"Making the online-offline experience seamless for the customer is a must"
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Here's how to make sure your audience actually remembers what you say.
Leading a hyper growth tech startup as CEO can be one of the most rewarding professional experiences. However, getting hired to the top position is hard. Unless you know where to look.
For the first time in history, the NFL prioritizes the most invaluable target for the future of the league.
Time to put a ring on it (and a camera in it) to share the moment you pop-the-question
Saying "no" to people gracefully is really, really important.
Great leadership doesn't happen by accident. It's impressive leaders like Dr. Chris Howard who inspire people to step up and rise to their potential.
Watch out for these three ways the working life can wear your down.
These morning rituals are guaranteed to keep you sharp all day. Pick and choose the ones that resonate with you and make your day super effective.
The rise of the online influencer has led to marketers embracing influencer marketingas an effective way to reach a targeted audience.
The inspiring story of how one woman built a thriving business using extremely unpromising raw materials.
There is no single path to the top -- today's most successful people got there in an almost infinite variety of different ways.
This week, Inc. editors and writers talk about Chet Kanojia's new startup, Under Armour's entry into the wearable game, and a new class at Stanford that brings real military battlefield problems to grad students to solve.
Getting on the first page of Google is never an easy task. Nevertheless, it can be done in the long-term if you play by Google's rules.
While small business owners can't afford the millions necessary for a Super Bowl ad, there are numerous ways you can cost-effectively grow your brand's awareness in the community.
The owner of a fashion boutique chain tries to stop employees who aren't "small" from wearing the boutique's clothes on Instagram.
Getting socked in by the weather can happen to anyone. So why not make the most of it?