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An Ode to an Entrepreneur's Supportive Spouse
Starting a business is a team sport. So here's a thanks to the generous backer at home who provides valuable help and love.
Don't Let Employees Park Their Brains at the Door
Managers should regularly solicit and welcome recommendations, suggestions and input about company processes.
Lust and Love in the Workplace
An attorney outlines six ways to minimize the risk that office romances will lead to litigation.
4 Keys to Crafting a Winning Startup Story
Investment decisions are supposed to be based on rational analysis. But don't discount the power of a compelling narrative to engage a funder emotionally.
Peter S. Cohan
The Essential Guide to Creating a Distinctive Personal Brand
How you present yourself online and what you say or share has the power to leave an indelible impression on anyone you come in contact with.
Feeling a Lack of a Close Shave, She Invented a Solution
An entrepreneur goes after a niche in the women's razor market.
The Critical Lesson of Letting Bad Employees Go
A CEO shares insights about why it's important to fire fast.
8 Pointers for Setting a Price in Negotiations
This numeric value is super critical as it affects the profit you'll get from a deal.
Doug and Polly White
Perform Powerful Personalized Marketing in 4 Easy Steps
First tackle the low-hanging fruit and then build up to more ambitious campaigns.
Spread the Love in the Workplace
Employers can do a few simple things to make their employees feel appreciated all year-round.
Create a Corporate Mentoring Program and You May Reap the Benefits
The benefits of having experienced employees train those with less expertise are many.
Heather R. Huhman
9 Habits of Persuasive Business Leaders
Be effective in negotiations by enlisting these techniques. Then you'll practice the art of influencing others with finesse.
Win Customer Loyalty With an Unexpected Experience
Turn a value-added service into a truly unique offering to inspire repeat business, suggests the author of a new client-service book, 'Sprinkles.'
Chip R. Bell
5 Tips for Entrepreneurs to Keep Moving Forward
To be successful in business, stay in action, even if it means going sideways at times (as in soccer) to reach a goal.
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