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Kim Kardashian Is a Lot of Things, But Not an Entrepreneur
Entrepreneurship

Kim Kardashian Is a Lot of Things, But Not an Entrepreneur

It takes more to hold the title of entrepreneur than simple business success, no matter how big it is.
Ray Hennessey
8 Lessons Learned Studying World-Class Achievers
Goal setting

8 Lessons Learned Studying World-Class Achievers

The people who are the best at what they do can teach the rest of us all we need to know about getting better.
Marty Fukuda
Sage Business Advice From America's Founding Fathers
Inspirational Quotes

Sage Business Advice From America's Founding Fathers

To celebrate the Fourth of July, here are inspirational quotes from five signers of the Declaration of Independence.
Matthew Toren
10 Inspirational Quotes About Independence From Successful Entrepreneurs
Inspirational Quotes

10 Inspirational Quotes About Independence From Successful Entrepreneurs

Ten famous entrepreneurs tell us why they declared their freedom.
Matthew Toren
What You Can Learn From Misty Copeland About Achieving the Impossible
Inspiration

What You Can Learn From Misty Copeland About Achieving the Impossible

The American Ballet Theater promoted the unlikely ballerina to the highest rank this week, making her the first black principal dancer in the company's 75-year history.
Catherine Clifford
6 Best Practices for Managing Unhappy Employees
Leadership

6 Best Practices for Managing Unhappy Employees

To build an effective team, you have to be willing and able to consider and address the needs and concerns of your workers.
Sujan Patel
Young Talent Demands These 6 Things for Their Loyalty
Motivation and Retention

Young Talent Demands These 6 Things for Their Loyalty

The same traits entrepreneurs seek in young talent are also the traits that make it most difficult to retain them.
Peter Gasca
10 Myths About Successful CEOs
Leadership

10 Myths About Successful CEOs

Calling yourself a CEO doesn't make you one. Real leaders have real companies, employees, and customers -- not delusions of grandeur.
Steve Tobak
Sharing What You Know Benefits You, Your Team and Your Company
Teaching

Sharing What You Know Benefits You, Your Team and Your Company

Why dismiss yourself as unable to contribute beyond your own abilities?
Gregory Ciotti
Bar Rescue's Jon Taffer on Why He's Such an Asshole
Leadership Qualities

Bar Rescue's Jon Taffer on Why He's Such an Asshole

There's a fine line between being aggressive and being a jerk. Taffer says he blurs this line by design.
Jason Fell
Lessen the Burden Of Accountability With These 3 Simple Rules
Accountability

Lessen the Burden Of Accountability With These 3 Simple Rules

The pressure of accountability grows when you discover you're now responsible for the success and failure of a new task but don't feel you're quite ready to tackle it.
Jeff Boss
How to Be More Persuasive at Work
Persuasion

How to Be More Persuasive at Work

To achieve complex goals, we often must rely upon the hard work and cooperation from those around us.
Ken Sundheim
Here Are 4 Ways to Develop a Culture of Respect and Trust
Company Culture

Here Are 4 Ways to Develop a Culture of Respect and Trust

When developing a productive culture, what matters isn't the perks and management tricks; it's having your staff treat one other like people.
Greg Besner
Robert Herjavec: 'The World Doesn't Reward Mediocrity.'
Leadership

Robert Herjavec: 'The World Doesn't Reward Mediocrity.'

The millionaire Shark Tank star says this is what you need to do to achieve a level of personal satisfaction that money can never buy.
Kim Lachance Shandrow