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Is Your Network a Mile Wide But an Inch Deep?

Is Your Network a Mile Wide But an Inch Deep?

You may know a lot of people, but probably not well. Learn about your contacts and new opportunities may spring up.
10 Ways You Can Blow a First Impression

10 Ways You Can Blow a First Impression

You know what they say, you only get one chance to make that great first impression. Don't screw it up with these behaviors.
How to Get Them to Email You Back

How to Get Them to Email You Back

Productivity expert Jason Womack explains why limiting your emails to one topic will result in faster responses.
Turns Out You've Been Brainstorming All Wrong

Turns Out You've Been Brainstorming All Wrong

In a creativity rut? These approaches to thinking and problem solving can help you put the brain back into brainstorming.
Why I Stopped Using 'Actually' and 'But' In My Customer Service Emails

Why I Stopped Using 'Actually' and 'But' In My Customer Service Emails

Some words can detract from your message. Avoid them if you want to achieve more powerful and pointed communication.
2 Most Important Pieces of Presentations: Have a Take and Don't Suck

2 Most Important Pieces of Presentations: Have a Take and Don't Suck

Follow these six steps for a killer performance that will leave a lasting impression.
Marketing 101: The Art of Storytelling

Marketing 101: The Art of Storytelling

The ability to tell a tale is a priceless skill, especially in your marketing. Here's how to create stories that give your business top-of-mind awareness.
Words Do Matter In Workplace Communication

Words Do Matter In Workplace Communication

Leaders must start paying more attention to the words they use to make their messages more powerful, inspirational and motivational.
6 Ways to Improve Your Conversations

6 Ways to Improve Your Conversations

You don't have to be born with the gift of gab to become an expert communicator. Here are six tips for better speaking and listening.
No Matter What You're Selling, This Strategy Should Do the Trick

No Matter What You're Selling, This Strategy Should Do the Trick

Selling has very little to do with what you sell and everything to do with how you sell yourself.
When It Is --and Isn't -- Worth Meeting in Person

When It Is --and Isn't -- Worth Meeting in Person

Strategic investment in travel can save both money and time.
Dealing With a Communication Meltdown at Your Startup

Dealing With a Communication Meltdown at Your Startup

For a close-knit team it is imperative everyone is on the page. If not, your startup could go into a tailspin.
Be Calm, Flexible and Speak Up in a Negotiation, and Everyone Can Win

Be Calm, Flexible and Speak Up in a Negotiation, and Everyone Can Win

Follow these nine steps to get a fair deal that both parties are comfortable with.
Simple Tips for More Professional Emails

Simple Tips for More Professional Emails

Productivity expert Jason Womack explains why every startup should communicate its email protocol to employees.
4 Hidden Elements of Leadership to Learn Before Starting Up

4 Hidden Elements of Leadership to Learn Before Starting Up

Before setting out on your next business venture, do a personal inventory of yourself to see where you stand.
Richard Branson: Strong Leaders Are Good Listeners

Richard Branson: Strong Leaders Are Good Listeners

The Virgin Group founder attributes his success to being open to all possibilities.
13 Ways to Get Your Emails Noticed and Opened

13 Ways to Get Your Emails Noticed and Opened

You may have sent the best marketing message via email, but if no one opens it and reads it, what good have you done? Here's how to get those messages looked at by your prospective customers.
Develop the Body Language of a Leader With These 5 Exercises

Develop the Body Language of a Leader With These 5 Exercises

It's not just what you say and how you say it -- it's also what your posture, eyes and hands are saying.
4 Ways to Rewire the Corporate Brain to Compete in the 21st Century

4 Ways to Rewire the Corporate Brain to Compete in the 21st Century

Companies are being pushed to be more collaborative and transparent and to embrace social responsibility.
Don't Underestimate the Casual Meeting

Don't Underestimate the Casual Meeting

With every person you meet, there is the potential for a golden opportunity.
Facebook: When Trust Is Exploited

Facebook: When Trust Is Exploited

After it was revealed that Facebook was conducting research by manipulating users’ emotions, the topic of trust is getting attention -- from both a personal and business standpoint
4 Steps to Stop Soul-Sucking Meetings

4 Steps to Stop Soul-Sucking Meetings

Often meetings are unnecessary, extremely boring and not useful to team members. By following these four steps, you can make your meetings productive and worthwhile for your staff.
5 Things Entrepreneurs Can Learn from Online Dating

5 Things Entrepreneurs Can Learn from Online Dating

If you’re looking for the perfect match, here are five ways online dating might just sharpen your entrepreneurial acumen.
Forget Customer Service, Think Customer Wowing

Forget Customer Service, Think Customer Wowing

If you want to create life-long clients, you need to impress people right from the start.
Be Agile to Protect Your Startup from Chaos

Be Agile to Protect Your Startup from Chaos

A Navy SEAL explains how to move quickly to defend your business against outside threats.
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