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Just as Ally Davidson was establishing a dedicated following for her fitness business Camp Gladiator, her husband Jeff got a job offer that would force the couple to relocate. That left them with a tough strategy decision to make.
And we all should have one.
How to make public speaking something you actually enjoy (or at least tolerate).
I used these rules when I bought a car, a kitchen, and when I bought a company, and sold another. So can you.
The "new and improved" versions aren't very fun and they don't teach kids useful skills.
Kim Scott, author of Radical Candor, describes how you can be firm with people while at the same time showing them how much you care.
Find something that's noteworthy, something remarkable to say that can't be ignored.
Discover what is reverse mentoring, how other organizations are using it to engage Millennials, and how you can too.
Confidence in the innovation economy is pushing growth--and growing pains.
Why thinking outside the classroom is the key to fulfilling the exciting promise of online education.
Don't miss these stories of remarkable businesspeople when they hit screens later this year.
Are evening emails critical to your business' success?
Survey shows that people with little knowledge are often advising others about cybersecurity
For most women entrepreneurs, the traditional startup funding model is broken. But Sallie Krawcheck, the former Wall Street executive turned entrepreneur, sees plenty of reasons for optimism.
The U.K.'s Brexit is just one reason the future of Europe's startups is in flux.
It's not really intelligence unless you know how to use it.
Virtual reality, connected cars, Amazon Alexa, iPhone wireless charging? They will all make a splash in 2017. The question you might ask is: Will you be ready?
Reaching your goals and being more productive requires focusing on your must important task first. Here's why and how you can increase your discipline and focus to get more of the big things on your "to do" list done.
Because while you may own the company, your employees actually make it run.
You may not be getting the salary you deserve.