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It's time to shine. Luckily, a little up front practice and preparation will go a long way.
There seems to be a genetic component to whether you're an early bird or a night owl.
It's all smoke and mirrors.
After almost a year without being charged with a crime, medical marijuana entrepreneur still fighting for return of money in asset forfeiture case
All doesn't seem well in this big airline.
The thousands of positions will be full-time with benefits, too.
What lessons can be learned from another crowdfunding disaster that seemed destined for success for so long?
The unexpected benefits of the mentor relationship.
A drone video reveals the latest on Apple's massive new Campus 2.
Don't wait to take ownership over your personal and professional life. Pursue your passions and take calculated risks today, not tomorrow.
Your customers are cheating on you. If you want to engage them, you need to make a statement.
Employee trigger points you need to keep in mind as a business owner.
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There's nothing like saying goodbye in a classy way.
How to stand out -- authentically and genuinely.
You've heard all the buzz words about "culture", here are six powerful steps to actually build the company culture you want...
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Creativity researcher Kamal Bindi now offers classes to get the juices flowing.
Want to start every morning with focus, energy and power? Here's a simple morning routine that puts power in your day-every day.
If you aren't convinced that "digital transformation" is more than just a buzzword, these organizations reinventing themselves with technology will change your mind.
Senator Sessions, during his Attorney General confirmation hearing this week, left his Just-Say-No anti-marijuana rhetoric at home, but he didn't reassure the industry, either