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The 3 Elements Needed to Build Creative Genius in the Workplace

Getting employees' creative juices flowing not only can provide for a happier workplace but also a more productive one.

How to Be More Creative, Wherever You Work

One in three employed adults in the U.S. want to quit their job to pursue a more creative position. Here are five ways to get the creative juices flowing right now.

You Need a Real Vacation (And So Do Your Employees)

A recent survey shows that, as a nation, we're pretty bad at unplugging. Here are five reasons you should.

3 Books to Help You Form Better Habits, Be More Creative and Think Like a Leader

James Clear talks about three books that have fascinated him and inspired his writing.

50 Signs You Might Be an Entrepreneur

Peruse this list to find out if your temperament and traits indicate you're the type to mastermind a startup.

Fearful, Lazy or Just Plain Stuck? 29 Ways to Unlock Your Creative Gifts (Motiongraphic)

For those stuck in a creative rut, we've got just the thing.

17 Logos We Love

Brand identity in its purest form.

From Beethoven to Marissa Mayer: The Bizarre Habits of Highly Creative People

These artists, scientists and CEOS reveal that some of the world's most innovative individuals have some eccentric habits.

How Doodling Can Make You More Successful

That doodling you do in meetings is far from mindless. In fact, it might make you more creative and focused.

Russell Simmons: 3 Simple Ways Meditation Will Make You a Better Entrepreneur

The legendary founder of Def Jam Recordings credits meditation for his decades of success.

The Ramen Noodle Startup Menu

Give these five budget-slicing moves a whirl when launching a new business.

Get Ready for Video Ads in Your Facebook Newsfeed

The online networking service says it will screen ads for 'watchability' before they are allowed on its site.

Google Invites Kids to Become Inventor-Dreamers in 'Doodle' Contest

The tech giant will award one winner a $30,000 college scholarship for designing a Google Doodle that finishes this sentence: 'If I could invent one thing to make the world a better place…'

How Warby Parker Used the Element of Surprise to Win Over Customers

Warby Parker Co-CEO and founder Neil Blumenthal explains how inspiration can come from the most unlikely sources.

6 Ways to Analyze Your Creative Ideas

Put your creativity to the test, and the ideas you ultimately bring back to clients will be all the stronger for it.

Richard Branson on Why Diversity Is an Advantage

Hiring people who are just like you will lead to less creativity and ultimately less profit.

How to Assemble a Creative Team That Clicks

A creative team must include people with varying backgrounds and interests, but it’s to your benefit to make sure the team works as a finely tuned unit.

Is Our Education System Hurting Entrepreneurship?

In a recent panel, eminent philosopher Sir Ken Robinson outlined how educational systems around the globe are failing to foster an entrepreneurial spirit.

4 Ways to Use Humor as a Marketing Tool

Follow these tips and you'll be laughing all the way to the bank.

Steer Clear of Burnout With These 5 Tips

Stay sane and de-stress with these strategies to keep burnout at bay.

Why Staying Small Is Better for Your Sanity and Other Must-Read Business Tips

A look at how keeping your business small lets you control your schedule, what Jerry Seinfeld has to teach you about productivity and more advice for business owners.

The Science of Office Design

From ceiling height to lighting, there's more research than ever before on how our environment impacts our cognitive performance.

7 Ways to Become a Better Leader

Leadership is a skill that can be continually strengthened. Here's how.

Find People Who Actually Support Your Creativity and Other Must-Read Business Tips

A look at how to persevere in your creativity, why you should give your employees a pay bump and more advice for business owners.

How to Turn Negativity Into Creativity

Novelty is often met with resistance. Here's how thought leaders like Steve Jobs were able to use rejection to fuel creative brilliance.

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