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Kory Kogon, author of The 5 Choices, explains why eye-to-eye communication is important for you, both personally and professionally.
Marshall Goldsmith, bestselling author and executive coach, explains that you can become a more effective leader by asking how you can improve.
We all want to be happier -- on the job, and in our lives. Here's what the latest World Happiness Report says about all that.
Understanding the components that significantly impact the cost of building your mobile app will help you get to the market quicker and with minimal investments.
Avoiding these body language blunders will help you form stronger relationships, both professionally and personally.
Why we need to recognize the 8 "Anti-Business" types.
There is a saying in standup comedy that "a tight five is better than a sloppy fifteen." Yet business presentations worldwide fail to abide by the same principle. Instead, there tends to be a lot of sloppy fifteens. Why?
Every town salivates when a giant corporation glances in their direction to maybe build a facility there. It turns out those giants are not good for the health of the people who live there.
Some entrepreneurs are made. But many are born. Were you born to be an entrepreneur?
Several startups recently have leveraged the undeniable allure of cuddly critters to raise their profile and boost business. Could your company follow suit?
If you hate your boss, it's time to move on. Here's how.
If you're a leader, there's always room for improvement. Here are some signs you're on the right track.
Highly successful people have different habits than most people
I had the privilege of sitting down with Guns and Roses lead guitarist DJ Ashba about what it's like for a celebrity entrepreneur.
Small businesses took out more loans in March, according to a report by Thomson Reuters and PayNet. The companies' Small Business Lending Index rose 2 percent to 129.6 in March from a revised reading of 127.1 in February.
If some of its technological features work well, Google will implant them into future updates of Android so they are available on the hundreds of millions of other devices running on the software.
The Department of Transportation said Monday that airlines collected $3.5 billion in bag fees last year, a 5 percent increase over 2013, and $3 billion in reservation-change fees, a 6 percent hike.
Quit treating your people like human resources. Instead try treating them like real people, and watch their performance go through the roof.
Fancy perks aren't actually what keep employees engaged -- four ways to create a culture that makes employees feel connected to and inspired by your company.
The act of being crazy busy means that we risk becoming numb to the really important experiences in life; experiences that we need to be successful.