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The only way to reach a high level of success is to radically change your mindset. Here's how.
To succeed, you must begin to shed your self-centered perceptions.
It's easy to forget that you enter emotional domains by choice and not due to external actions.
You must learn to work with you inner monologue, rather that fighting against it.
Srikumar Rao, author of Are You Ready to Succeed, speaks at the Inc. 5000 conference about simple ways to create a more positive--and effective--mindset for business and life.
A slew of famous faces sang with the satirically conservative news show host Stephen Colbert on his last cable show before going on to replacing David Letterman on CBS.
It's all a matter of perspective, right? These 35 quotes will help you see what true happiness means.
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Your 2015 marketing plan should emphasize digital media and staying ahead of the curve.
Entrepreneurs know that sometimes running a fledgling business can be a lot like managing personal finances.
Chanting is a spiritual discipline believed to improve listening skills, heightened energy and more sensitivity toward others.
From movie stars to sports icons, these cover-model entrepreneurs can boast solid business cred--and enthralling stories to boot. Here's a look at the entrepreneurs who graced the cover of Inc. Magazine this year.
The two retailing giants have a lot in common, including a growing rivalry.
When it comes to style, iconoclastic business leaders do things their own way. For these founders, that means ditching not just the tie but the razor, too.
Sure, the two overlap, but CEOs of the fast-growing companies know there is a big difference between managing your people and leading them.
Sometimes someone else has already said what you're thinking. Here's a roundup of wise words about entrepreneurship, leadership and creative endeavors.
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Making sales calls during Christmas week isn't as crazy as it sounds.
Edible pot companies impressed judges on The Marijuana Show by baking clever packaging and a social conscience into their business plans.
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