Building a business is more than creating a new product -- it's about building relationships.
Saying 'no' is a power move, an opportunity-enhancer, a limit-setter and an overall good idea.
It's the words that we think we're using correctly that wreak the most havoc.
Want people to take you seriously as a professional? Then don't write a message that looks like a text from a high school student.
It's not the disagreement that's the issue, it's how you approach expressing your views.
Turns out, the majority of the people you talk to on a daily basis are liars. Here's how to spot 'em.
There's one thing you can do that will rally your customers, colleagues and even competitors.
By having honest, respectful, productive conversations with your partner, you will find the rhythm to help you smoothly and purposefully dance your way through business relationships.
They are passionate, imaginative and undaunted by the inevitable challenges of starting a business from scratch, and won't say these phrases.
Breaking down these three barriers will result in greater organizational vigor, more engaged employees and effective organizations.
The words you think, the words you write, the words you sing, the words you dream all come together to write the story of your life -- and how others perceive you.
These sayings have taken over our vocabulary so much that our everyday conversations sound like they're taking place on another planet.
'Speed networking' at cattle call gatherings can never compete with the deep and powerful connections you can make by breaking bread with like-minded people.
The difference between a visionary and a daydreamer is persuading other people to help make the dream reality.