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How Improv Comedy Can Seriously Grow Your Business
Entrepreneurs

How Improv Comedy Can Seriously Grow Your Business

Winning an audience and scoring new business have much in common. Here are seven lessons to take from the stage to the boardroom to add value to any team.
Janelle Blasdel
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When Fixating on Mistakes Makes You Slip Up
Failure

When Fixating on Mistakes Makes You Slip Up

Coaching someone right before a presentation? Avoid emphasizing the very behaviors to be avoided.
Martin Turner and Jamie Barker
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These 4 Keyword Research Tools Will Make Your Job Easier
Advertising

These 4 Keyword Research Tools Will Make Your Job Easier

One of the most important steps in planning your pay-per-click campaigns is choosing the keywords that will attract interested shoppers. These third-party tools can help.
Richard Stokes
Want to Be a Better Leader? Show Employees You Care.
Managing Employees

Want to Be a Better Leader? Show Employees You Care.

Express empathy, relate to staffers as people and bring out the best from them by taking these seven steps.
Abigail Phillips
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How the 10-Foot Rule Can Help You Win Customers
Customer Service

How the 10-Foot Rule Can Help You Win Customers

Managers and employees: Take note of this simple but powerful practice.
Tom Borg
The Key to Setting and Changing Your Prices
Pricing

The Key to Setting and Changing Your Prices

No matter what price you pick you need to keep this one thing in mind.
Jason Fell
Climbing a Mountain, Whether Real or Figurative, Requires Calculated Risks
Risk

Climbing a Mountain, Whether Real or Figurative, Requires Calculated Risks

You have to navigate potentially dangerous terrain to reach your goals and build success.
Adrian Ballinger
How Two Entrepreneurial Jetsetters Stay Grounded at 30,000 Feet
Leadership

How Two Entrepreneurial Jetsetters Stay Grounded at 30,000 Feet

Traveling the country can be a challenge for co-founders. But here's how this pair makes the traveling part work.
Ben Pascal
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Small Businesses Need Technology to Really Know Their Customers
Small Business Growth

Small Businesses Need Technology to Really Know Their Customers

Mythical small shop owners knows every customer. In reality, small businesses need the tools to analyze their sales data if they are to compete.
Rudd Davis
To Maximize Your Website, Use 'Psychological Distance' to Your Advantage
Psychology

To Maximize Your Website, Use 'Psychological Distance' to Your Advantage

How your customers perceive your product should determine how you present it to them.
Liraz Margalit
Keys for Solopreneurs and High-Performing Cultures:  Weekly Tips Roundup
Tips

Keys for Solopreneurs and High-Performing Cultures: Weekly Tips Roundup

Start your week with these top tricks and secrets from Entrepreneur's online contributors.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
Innovation vs. Regulation Fight Continues as Airbnb Reveals Host Names to NY's AG
Sharing Economy

Innovation vs. Regulation Fight Continues as Airbnb Reveals Host Names to NY's AG

Lodging-rental platform AirBnB announced that it is turning over the personal information of 124 New York City hosts at the behest of the attorney general.
Catherine Clifford
The Founder of Dinner Lab On How to Manage the Unsexy Side of Rapid Expansion
Trep Talk

The Founder of Dinner Lab On How to Manage the Unsexy Side of Rapid Expansion

Pop-up dining startup Dinner Lab was hiring new employees every five days in its early growth phase.
Catherine Clifford
Out of Office: When You're Flying, So Should Your Mind
Travel Tips

Out of Office: When You're Flying, So Should Your Mind

Travel is a big part of most business jobs and doing travel right should be invaluable.
Beth Comstock