Turn a value-added service into a truly unique offering to inspire repeat business, suggests the author of a new client-service book, 'Sprinkles.'
To be successful in business, stay in action, even if it means going sideways at times (as in soccer) to reach a goal.
Your fledging company can compete for the best employees by marketing its newness to its advantage.
Even a productive session can go awry. Here's how to keep unwanted scenarios to a minimum.
Encountering a rejection from an angel investor, friend or crowdfunder can be disheartening. But it just may be a signal to try new approaches.
Sleep on these smart tips and get more zzzzs.
The good news is that there's a way to properly prepare for this, er, taxing process to avoid all this agony next year.
Here's how to make the leap from carrying around that grand but unfulfilling job title to becoming the new you.
You'll minimize the things that stand in your way, preventing you from becoming phenomenal in the game of life.
If no one is going to read your book, hold off. Here are four key things to consider to determine whether the timing is right.
A client may not be lost for good. Here are five steps that might help your firm make a comeback.
While thinking intuitively might lead to some good ideas eventually, you must invest wisely. Track winning ideas by the numbers.
The flow of innovative ideas sometimes comes to a standstill. Here are five ways to find your spark again.
Considering creating a new business? If you have fleshed out these four elements, you should be ready to launch.
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