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Do you think of business and art as two different realms? They don't have to be.
Here are 13 ways to take advantage of life's lucky breaks.
When channeling your inner creative genius, consider these often overlooked sources of inspiration to solve the "blank page" problem.
The process used to hire the best talent in any field, including passive candidates, is far different than the one used to hire active candidates. Adding this one step into your hiring process is all it takes to open up the field to the full talent market.
Every story needs a great ending and every business needs a great finish too. We call this "finish" your exit strategy.
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It's not enough to have a good story to tell; to get your audience involved, you've got to tell it the right way.
It's amazing what can happen when the path is clear.
Building your team with employees who think like owners isn't as hard as it seems.
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Venture capitalists are writing large checks for companies that help the environment and save resources.
How to minimize a drinking problem on the job
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Learning to focus on your company's positives while still emphasizing your point of difference takes practice
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