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Want to Improve Your Customer Experiences With Original Content. Here Are 5 Steps to Produce It Consistently (Infographic)
Remarkable customer experiences lead to loyal customers, who buy more, cost less to service and maintain, and tell their friends about you.
Great mentors are invaluable, but few people seem to have them. Here are five tips to get the best mentors and make them most of it
Email is important, but it's not your only choice.
In the startup world, entrepreneurs fail all the time. Even if your company falls due to these four common reasons, it will be worth it.
The Surprising Thing Flight Attendants Say You Should Never Do on an Airplane (Though You've Probably Done It Many Times Before)
According to the EPA, 12 percent of U.S. aircraft fail at this very important thing that can put your health at risk.
When applying for a patent, expect the unexpected. Here's what they don't tell you on the patent office's website.
Prospective customers respond most to questions that address their business
While getting a new role in the company is exciting, it also means changes. Make sure your employees are set up for success.
The 87-year old chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway once gave us a breakthrough principle of taking charge of one's life. Lets revisit it again.
Meeting regularly with your employees one-on-one is an easy way to increase productivity and engagement. During this time, you're building your relationship and increasing mutual understanding of the work at hand, expectations, and the employee's needs. These questions are best used during scheduled one-on-ones with employees, but can be used during more spontaneous conversations as well. You can use them to get to the heart of the questions and issues on your employee's minds. Knowing the problem puts you in a better position to resolvethem -- and improve the working environment.
Just got promoted to your first leadership role? Here's what you need to read now.
People leave managers, not companies. Right? Not so fast. Facebook research shows a different reason.
Founders who would rather eat nails than lead find they can inspire employees with compelling problems.
No matter what side of the desk you're sitting on, this is what you should be looking for during a job interview.
Zero Mass Water intends to provide drinkable water using only sunlight and air. But does it taste good? We put it to the test.
Winning the trust of consumers is one of the biggest factors that can set your business up for success. Find out how to do it.
If your YouTube channel gets viewed less than 4,000 hours a year, it affects you.
Amelia Boone has won three World's Toughest Mudder Championships-- here's how she stays on top.
Tell a brand story that resonates and you win hearts and minds.
The entrepreneur and 'Shark Tank' investor shares some of the lessons that helped make him a billionaire.