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Office Design Strategies From the Guy Who Dreamed Up Twitter's Headquarters
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Olle Lundberg, founder of Lundberg Design and the man behind Twitter's birdhouse-themed San Francisco headquarters, shares tips for improving office productivity and morale.
April 18, 2014 in Grow Your Business
The Best of TED 2014: Lessons for Your Next Presentation

The Best of TED 2014: Lessons for Your Next Presentation

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From an astronaut talking fear, Bill and Melinda Gates on giving up their wealth to a surprise appearance by an outlaw, here are some key takeaways from this year's event.
April 16, 2014 in Marketing
Get a Fresh Start: Your Relationship Repair Kit

Get a Fresh Start: Your Relationship Repair Kit

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A single question can help you move from conflict to co-creation.
April 10, 2014 in Leadership
7 Lessons in Harmony for Family Startups

7 Lessons in Harmony for Family Startups

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Running a family business can unite members of a family but it can also tear them apart. Here are some tips keeping the peace, both at home and at the office.
April 3, 2014 in Grow Your Business
The Quickest Way to Deliver Your Message? Make It Visual.

The Quickest Way to Deliver Your Message? Make It Visual.

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Infographics, dashboards and mobile apps provide a direct avenue to our brains. Use them to your advantage.
April 2, 2014 in Marketing
5 Secrets to Talking to the Media (And Not Sounding Like a Fool)

5 Secrets to Talking to the Media (And Not Sounding Like a Fool)

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Talking to the media can be terrifying, causing many entrepreneurs to sound like rambling fools. Don't be that person. Here are five tips on how to be a media pro.
April 2, 2014 in Money
The Art of Having a Productive Argument

The Art of Having a Productive Argument

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Learn to articulate what you want, spend time listening and try to understand the other side. And experiment with these seven steps.
March 30, 2014 in Leadership
How Steve Jobs Blew Up the Rules of Branding

How Steve Jobs Blew Up the Rules of Branding

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By throwing out the approved checklist, Jobs got customers to meaningfully connect with the Apple brand.
March 25, 2014 in Marketing
Why Are Employees Resistant to Using Internal Networks?

Why Are Employees Resistant to Using Internal Networks?

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A look at how to show employees that using an internal network to communicate can save them time and frustration.
March 22, 2014 in Managing Employees
The Balancing Act: Sharing Data Versus Guarding Trade Secrets

The Balancing Act: Sharing Data Versus Guarding Trade Secrets

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Companies are grappling with how to foster collaboration inside and outside the organization while protecting proprietary information.
March 21, 2014 in Grow Your Business
6 Things You Should Never Ask a Job Applicant

6 Things You Should Never Ask a Job Applicant

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Take these questions out of your job interview repertoire.
March 21, 2014 in Business News
How Brevity Keeps Us Connected

How Brevity Keeps Us Connected

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The founder of Shorty Awards, an event recognizing great social media, talks about how pithy posts keep us connected and make us better communicators.
March 6, 2014 in Social Media
6 Types of People Who Are Really Hard to Talk To

6 Types of People Who Are Really Hard to Talk To

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Some people make conversation feel like a form of torture. Here’s how to handle even the most difficult personality types.
March 6, 2014 in Grow Your Business
Stop Having the Same Conversation Again and Again

Stop Having the Same Conversation Again and Again

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We show you how to break the bad communication habits that drive you (and your staff) crazy.
February 11, 2014 in Grow Your Business
3 Situations When You Should Shut Your Mouth

3 Situations When You Should Shut Your Mouth

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While entrepreneurs could babble on and on about their endeavor and how much they accomplished, sometimes it pays to just listen to others.
February 7, 2014 in Business Management
When Managing Difficult Employees, Take the Long View

When Managing Difficult Employees, Take the Long View

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Managing the star staffer who goes too far doesn't have to be a headache.
February 6, 2014 in Business Management
Why Dumbing Down Your Message Isn't Dumb

Why Dumbing Down Your Message Isn't Dumb

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Often executives think its impressive to spew out jargon, technical words and high-level chatter. But often, people miss the point and the message.
January 30, 2014 in Business Management
How to Make It as a Freelance Entrepreneur

How to Make It as a Freelance Entrepreneur

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For entrepreneurs wanting to go down the freelance route, here are five tools and tips to build a successful career.
January 29, 2014 in Growth Strategies
Read This Before Your Next Hard Conversation

Read This Before Your Next Hard Conversation

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Great communication requires courage to say what needs to be said. We outline the strategies for the tough talks you want to avoid.
January 29, 2014 in Grow Your Business
The 7 Worst Speaking Mistakes Professionals Make

The 7 Worst Speaking Mistakes Professionals Make

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How we speak -- tone, pitch and volume -- can go a long way in effectively communicating your startup's message.
January 8, 2014 in Marketing Basics
Photos: New Year's Resolutions from 10 Young Entrepreneurs

New Year's Resolutions from 10 Young Entrepreneurs

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From being a better communicator, checking the phone less, to celebrating success, here's what these leaders want to focus on in 2014.
January 2, 2014 in Young Entrepreneurs
Make the Most of Post-Holiday Sales

Make the Most of Post-Holiday Sales

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Prep your staff for after-holiday traffic by avoiding these 4 common mistakes.
December 24, 2013 in Grow Your Business
Have 1,000 Followers? You're in the 96th Percentile of Twitter Users.

Have 1,000 Followers? You're in the 96th Percentile of Twitter Users.

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A data journalist's deep dive into the Twitterverse revealed that the median Twitter account has just one follower.
December 19, 2013 in News and Trends
To Boost Innovation, Reboot Your Conversations

To Boost Innovation, Reboot Your Conversations

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Your staffers have great ideas to improve your company that they aren’t sharing with you. Tweak how you communicate to ensure the trust and collaboration needed for innovation.
December 18, 2013 in Grow Your Business
A College 'Trep's Plans for 2014

A College 'Trep's Plans for 2014

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Entrepreneur caught up with College Entrepreneur of 2012 Bryan Silverman and talked about the upcoming year and his plans after graduation.
December 16, 2013 in Forward Thinkers

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