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Starting a Business Can Be Like, Well, So Many Things

A Google search reveals that launch life can be compared with virtually anything.

The U.S. Postal Service Just Got a Side Hustle Delivering Groceries. Do You Have Another Gig?

Leverage the skills you have into some side income. Teach a course. Do something you know.

3 Small, Doable Ways to Become Wildly More Productive

Forget about doing a major overhaul of your life. Just try these strategic approaches.

Leaders: It's Time to Fix the Way You Listen

Understanding how we listen helps us forge stronger connections and solutions.

Developing a Personal Brand Is Overrated

A millennial explains that building a great reputation is not a project for Day 1 at a new gig. Rather, bear down on the work or the assignment. The rest will follow.

Run Lean, Not Cheap. How to Spend Money the Right Way.

There's more to being lean than cutting costs.

5 Ways to Get Your First Customer

The initial adopters of your product play a pivotal role for your company. They bring in revenue and can open doors to other purchasers.

5 Tips on Planning Amid Rapid Change

As the pace of business shifts quickens, forecasting can become even more vital.

11 Reasons Why Your Website Doesn't Sell

Strip your pages of all the hurdles and turnoffs that drive customers away. Fill it instead with engaging, customer-friendly features.

Conflict Among Team Members Can Lead to Better Results

Don't fear workplace disagreements. Instead frankly discuss the differences. Let all be heard. Work it through. The company can grow from it.

It's All About Nuance. How to Convey and Discern Email Tone.

Emotional cues are hard to express via digital communication. What's a modern-day communicator to do?

The 6 Scary Truths About Becoming an Entrepreneur

The haunting, messy reality of running a business is at times painful -- yet it's also exhilarating.

How CEOs Can Maintain Their Edge

Leaders can avoid stagnation in three key ways.

Forget 'Lifehacks.' Form Good Habits Instead.

A small selection of shortcuts are useful and meaningful, but don't be fooled by the illusion of progress.

Remarkable Ways to Prepare for a Business Presentation

Consider some of these unconventional techniques for relieving stress and bringing focus before that important summit.

Steer Clear of These Tricks Journalists Use to Loosen Your Lips

Be savvy in your interactions with reporters. Your reputation is at state.

Why It Makes Sense to Build a Brand Around a Singular Idea

Staying very focused on what the company does best -- and what makes it different -- allows an organization to refine a product and excel.

5 Potentially Dangerous Decisions to Avoid When Starting a Business

Steer clear of these minefields in laying the foundation for your newly launched firm.

Don't Ask for Money Until You Assemble a Focus Group

A Babson College lecturer hones in on some essential truths of customer demand with an inexpensive 20-minute test.

10 Reasons to Hire Overqualified Candidates

It's counterintuitive, but sometimes bringing onboard a job seeker with more skills than required results in a win-win.

How to Set Social-Media Goals That Will Move Your Marketing Forward

When it comes to social media, the 'see what sticks' mentality isn't always recommended.

How Burning Bridges Can Lead to Success

A former Googler explains how he created a mission and brand around his # 1 value: a freedom lifestyle.

How to Leverage Boardroom Diversity for Greater Success

Women everywhere are “leaning in,” yet larger cultural and institutional changes would help narrow the gender gap.

6 Google Ad Extensions to Supercharge Your Clickthrough Rate

Ad extensions entice more clicks. Here are six different ad extensions you can try.
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