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For most of us, we're simply trying to provide valuable products and solutions and make a little money doing it.
Not only are phrases like these overused and misused, they often communicate very little or nothing.
Kegan Schouwenburg, co-founder and CEO of SOLS, discusses the applications of 3-D printing beyond its novelty factor.
The words we use to describe the work we do should connote both promise and obligation.
These innovators are connecting with consumers, colleagues and investors on an emotional level.
Do you describe yourself as 'motivated'? The professional networking site says you should probably motivate yourself to come up with a more unique description.
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Along with 'polar vortex,' 'hack' and 'foodie.'
The Esquire Guy has had it with noncommittal meetings. So stop grabbing and start having.
New admissions include words like 'texter,' 'funplex,' 'bromance' and 'selfie,' but Scrabble fanatics are most excited about the inclusion of four two-letter words.
Various definitions of the word needlessly complicates what should be a simple mandate and increases pressure in the workplace.
Make yours meaningful by defining goals and specific strategies for customers, the enterprise and owners. Or skip one if there's no business purpose for it.
These three words continue to pop up in companies' earnings reports this quarter.
Want to stand out on LinkedIn? Avoid describing yourself as "responsible," "strategic," or "creative."
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