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Is Your Small Business Prepared for Disaster?

Is Your Small Business Prepared for Disaster?

Why All Business Owners Need to be Ready for Anything
Google's Former Head of HR Says This is Why Many Top Performers Quit

Google's Former Head of HR Says This is Why Many Top Performers Quit

Improving employee retention starts with small words that have a big impact.
This Social Media App Is the New Instagram for Audio (and Yes, Audio Influencers Are About to Become a Thing)

This Social Media App Is the New Instagram for Audio (and Yes, Audio Influencers Are About to Become a Thing)

The newest social media craze is driven by audio: Here's what you need to know about HearMeOut, and why you may want to add it to your marketing toolkit.
5 Mindsets That Make It Impossible to Be Happy (Even When Good Things Happen)

5 Mindsets That Make It Impossible to Be Happy (Even When Good Things Happen)

Happiness is less about your circumstances and more about your mindset.
3 Digital Strategy Tips That Will Help You Connect With Customers

3 Digital Strategy Tips That Will Help You Connect With Customers

The digital sharing economy has forced many brands to look in the mirror and face the reality of how people actually perceive them.
5 Things You Need to Know about the New TSA Security Procedures

5 Things You Need to Know about the New TSA Security Procedures

This is what you can expect when you go to through airport security with the new TSA procedures in place.
5 Inspirational Lessons from a Veteran Wine Entrepreneur

5 Inspirational Lessons from a Veteran Wine Entrepreneur

Neal Rosenthal has run one of the most respected wine import businesses for more than 40 years. Why is he launching a brand extension now? Here are 5 takeaways.
Why This Startup Is Offering Its Warehouse Workers the Same Benefits Execs Get

Why This Startup Is Offering Its Warehouse Workers the Same Benefits Execs Get

The higher up the food chain you are, the easier your life is. Let's change that.
5 Job Interview Questions That Reveal What a Candidate Has Really Accomplished

5 Job Interview Questions That Reveal What a Candidate Has Really Accomplished

Want to ask job interview questions that let you find out what a job candidate has really accomplished? Here are some great questions, along with some of the best answers.
How a '2-Minute Drill' Can Make You More Productive at Work

How a '2-Minute Drill' Can Make You More Productive at Work

A tool for ensuring that neither failures nor successes are dwelled upon so you can be as productive as possible.
This 1 Simple Messaging Mistake Is Probably Driving Away Business. Here's How to Fix It

This 1 Simple Messaging Mistake Is Probably Driving Away Business. Here's How to Fix It

Are you unwittingly destroying your customer experience with negative cues?
Caltech Grad Grows Startup As Ex Punk Rocker Barrels Towards 2019 IPO

Caltech Grad Grows Startup As Ex Punk Rocker Barrels Towards 2019 IPO

Successful growth leaders follow a consistent pattern: solve a customer problem better than rivals do, sell the product to cutting edge users, make them so happy that they recommend your product to
Will Millennials Kill Conferences? Not If Events Have This

Will Millennials Kill Conferences? Not If Events Have This

The gig economy, tech, and the rise of theMillennial and Generation Z workforce will challenge the value and structure of conferences.
10 Ways To Get The Best ROI on Your Self-Development Practices

10 Ways To Get The Best ROI on Your Self-Development Practices

Ten Ways Highly Insightful People Approach Self-Development
Be the Best Advice-Giver You Know

Be the Best Advice-Giver You Know

There are some basic rules of advice-giving that cannot be broken. Regardless of whether people take your advice, you can get better at giving it--which means progressively more thoughtful,