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A new survey reveals what employees care about most. Money doesn't make the list.
These two simple rules are the key to starting and developing solid relationships with your customers.
The success and impact of ABC's "Shark Tank," on entrepreneurship have been so immense that it's time to give the show at least some credit for sparking a cultural "entrepreneur age."
On Twitter, avoid the temptation to talk about anything and everything, and instead focus on the things that matter most to your customers while positioning yourself as the expert to solve their problems.
Using these simple tips, employers and employees alike can work remotely without losing sight of their top priorities.
Raising money for your business is never fun. Lots of formalities and an endless amount of rejections. Wouldn't it be more enjoyable if you could say what you were really thinking?
Because humans tend to be superficial, it is not unusual to hear them talk about how someone looks or mention that someone is attractive.
Sitting at work can be detrimental to your health. Standing desks are an invaluable investment in your team's health and productivity.
The customer is not always right. Sometimes they're very wrong--and detrimental to your business. Here's how to tell when it's time to cut ties.
Business ideas are all around us; it's just a matter of getting out and exploring what the world has to offer.
Full-time bloggers run out of ideas, often. Here's what I do to avoid it.
In these challenging economic times, it is wise to reexamine even the most of the mundane activities performed in your business to identify opportunities for improvement.
It may be a sorry state of affairs, but in the business world, how you look says everything about whether you're competent or qualified.
They will make up the vast majority of the workforce in 10 years, so you'd better figure out how to make them happy. Here's how to do it.
Marcus Lemonis, CEO of Camping World, says it's your personal responsibility to train the right people for your company.
John Warrillow, author of The Automatic Customer, explains how to keep subscribers committed to your offering.
Sure you want to build your brand... but what's the best way to accomplish that goal?
Are you setting yourself up for success? It's up to you.
If you've got more than a couple of employees, the odds are decent that one of them might be concealing mental health struggles, according to a new survey.
It may be true that a checklist will help you reach an opportunity more efficiently. But if that opportunity is a dynamic work in progress then that checklist just brings you a little faster and closer to the same well traveled places where failure knows how to find you.