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From crafting authentic anecdotes to experimenting with hypnosis--here's how I prepared for my very first TED experience.
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Pandora allegedly took the easy road in redesigning its logo, and it could cost the company big time.
Before you fire up the grill, you might want to get a hold of some of these handy accessories.
One of the most powerful, yet underutilized, leadership tools is 2,000+ years old.
The times are changing and hotels are desperate to keep up.
Copywriter Eileen Matthews sheds light on inequality that still exists.
Yes, it can be expensive. But the long-term rewards of seeing the world far outweigh the costs.
It can be lonely at the top. That's why so many leaders seek out someone who can help them see things in a more objective light. But should you use an executive coach or a therapist? Here's how to find out.
Looking to the future, the century-old automaker just replaced its chief executive. Here's what you can learn from the move.
Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary can clearly remember the first day he knew he was an entrepreneur.
Here are five simple yet incredibly powerful sales techniques that are responsible for over $1 billion in sales.
A new study from Aalto University shows how multitasking on social media overloads our brains. Here's what you can do about it.
People that are really good at persuasion have a deep understanding of the critical needs of who they are persuading and build their strategies around this knowledge. You can, too.
Yes, lawyers are now involved.
Shazi Visram, founder of Happy Family, explains how her company stayed true to their message while reaching a mass audience.
How to know you're on the right path by Chris Dessi
Happiness isn't for a select few. Practicing these daily routines can help you find more joy in your career.
Like many early entrepreneurs, the future 'Shark Tank' judge had a make-or-break moment when he needed a quick infusion of cash.
Here's how these founders learned which pennies are right to pinch.