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Writing down what you need to accomplish can a powerful productivity tool or a reminder of what you failed to do. It depends on how you work it.
By building an environment where individuals know that following their instincts is encouraged, you're empowering your team to push the limits of what even they may have thought possible.
New York artist Rachel Goldsmith launched her professional career working with water-based and permanent inks but her recent work with the 3Doodler pen has opened up new horizons for her.
An independent inquiry found the CEO had been aware the company had inflated its profits by $1.2 billion over a period of several years.
Dying to talk to a particular big-name CEO? Pick up the phone, or shoot an email. You may be surprised.
Yearn to be in a beautiful place away from the corporate grind? First build your audience, and your savings account.
Set yourself apart from the craft crowd by determining exactly who you are and how you'll market your business.
Empowering habits can help us gain more time, master productivity, and lead to success.
The site is heartened by some initial public response that sees it as a victim.
Whether in business or life, transitions can be challenging for even the most adventurous souls. Here are some effective ways to make the process smoother.
If you think you need sound bites to inspire your work, then you're in the wrong line of work.
The Affordable Care Act has made it possible for smaller businesses to offer health insurance but nothing about it is simple.
It's all about staying focused on priorities.
A mastermind with the right people can do incredible things for your personal and professional lives.
You already know you're unstoppable. Here's how to get the cash to prove it.
Nicole Carr wears many hats at Little Sunshine's Playhouse.
You want your newest team member to be excited, not bewildered.
Whether you're navigating obstacles on a course or on the way to starting a business, the takeaways are similar.
Each social media platform has its own "flavor." Which is right for you?
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