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Moving From Utah to Switzerland as a Freelancer Was Tough--but It's Still Better Than a Corporate Job
This self-employed freelance writer discusses the hardest adjustments she had to make as an American expat.
The response to thousands of distressed emails from ticket holders? Individual phone calls addressing each and every concern.
No one could accuse the Huffington Post co-founder of taking it easy. After recently leaving her eponymous media company, she's keeing busy--helping Uber get its ship in order and running her new startup, Thrive Global.
Communication is the source of much conflict at work. But practicing healthy confrontation can also the mechanism that fixes much of that conflict.
Brace yourself: his reading tastes range far and wide.
There's a mythology around big ideas and it's holding you back from having them. Ready to break through? Look right next door.
Two sets of scientists examined Seattle's $15 minimum wage. Here's what they found.
Delusional thinking is what helps you project a ridiculously bold vision that attracts the people and money you need to make your business a reality.
I'll skip the obvious joke about the right to bare legs. You're welcome.
Do you want world class customer service? Here is how customer service champion Ritz Carlton does it consistently.
Technology is great, but it will never take away the aspect of being human. Human curiosity is what will grow your brand.
Five Republican senators have already come out publicly against it.
Expensive digital marketing tactics aren't the only way to gain more customers, learn the eight hallmarks of highly effective referral partners
Redirecting their attention from downside risk to upside potential can overcome unconscious bias, says new study.
On June 20, 2017, I released "SEO: The Movie" online. It's a documentary about the rise of SEO over the years.
You'll never be a superhero. Sorry.
The allure of artificial intelligence and robotics might make it tempting for some employers to decrease their workforce but, at the end of the day, your boss doesn't have to let you go.
You've got to break a few eggs to make an omelette.
In the first round, entrepreneurs have to pitch their idea in 25 words or less.
For Harry Potter's 20th anniversary, we look at how J.K. Rowling not only became a best-selling author, but an industry unto herself.