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Networking can be intimidating for new, young entrepreneurs. Here's a checklist that can calm your nerves and help you along the way.
We need to accept this and move on - easy to say, harder to do.
Here's how the billion dollar brand Baywatch almost failed.
Use metaphors as a tool to unlock your creativity to manage and solve complexity at work.
If you put off what is annoying or difficult, it will stay in the back of your mind and stop your progress.
It's almost like some weird pyramid scheme where a bunch of coaches are coaching coaches on how to make money coaching.
There's no perfect way to make good decisions, but knowing what drives really bad decisions is a good start.
Earn trust, build credibility and sell more with these simple, proven strategies.
If you think achieving "inbox zero" is the only indicator of someone who's productive and efficient, think again.
Every decision is, in its own small way, a reflection of your company and culture.
Being considered entrepreneurial is the new status symbol. But the workplace is filled with more tightly bound than boundary-pushing leaders--here's how to be the latter.
Getting everyone doing his or her personal best isn't always as easy as it seems.
In the new podcast Masters of Scale, LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman interviews Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg - and gets his ultimate formula for success
A new court ruling has hindered the movement toward equal pay. This is, in turn, hurting businesses and their employees everywhere.
Maybe you want to retire at 65. Or 60. Or 55. Or now. Good news: The (financial) difference between a happy and unhappy retirement is a lot smaller than you think.
Clocking in more hours at the office won't make you more productive. Instead, science says you may need a vacation.
If the customer hasn't been your primary marketing focus, the time is now. In an era where consumers have more options and opinions than ever, marketers must be customer-centric in everything they do.
Founder and designer Cynthia Rowley describes how she went from living on popcorn to starting her own business.
If you've ever tried to diet and hit a dreaded plateau, these cells in your brain are probably to blame.
Just adding a touch of the flavor to your products can be a vital part of your business model.