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Elon Musk and his team have mastered the art of touching people's emotions.
Instead of telling prospective customers what you do, use these four tips to show them how you can help
When it comes to managing risk, most entrepreneurs face an age-old dilemma: make a gut call, or pursue a qualitative analysis of their options. In fact, the most effective solution may be a careful mix of both.
Be the leader your team needs rather than the one you are most comfortable being.
Taking control of your career and seizing the opportunities that come your way requires you to get comfortable with occasionally being in the newbie seat. It also means you must be especially skilled in ramping up fast. Here are some things you can do to go from new to superstar.
A study by an influential UC Berkeley business professor reveals the communication secrets that separate great leaders from average ones.
Want a more creative team? Stop trying to hire "the best."
Use this simple strategy when you are frustrated with your bossy coworker.
Content marketing can help you effectively promote your business, but only if you do it right. Check out these content marketing tips for success.
Cam Neely's career as a professional hockey player was cut short by an injury--here's how he found a new path.
Lightspeed is asking its portfolio companies to implement a version of the NFL's Rooney Rule when hiring executives. But should the same standard apply to VC firms themselves?
It can inspire you all the way to 2019.
These bold, young creators are gaining momentum in the fashion world.
Lots of cryptocurrencymillionaires think an all-animal diet makes you healthier and smarter. They might be onto something.
Hoaxters even say they confirmed it on Snopes. None of this is true.
The Amazon-Buffet-JP Morgan initiative teaches why you need to keep listening to your customers no matter how essential your industry
Where's your state on the list?
The number one predictor of perceived effectiveness is your commitments to your own self-improvement. Feedback can help get you there.
In a Stunning Move, This Famous Airline Decided It Wants Economy Class Passengers To Feel Like They're In First
This may turn out to be quite clever.
Your ideas can be heard, but you have to put in the work.