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Tim Cook Is Wrong: You Really Can't Fire Someone For Being Gay

Tim Cook, in acknowledging his homosexuality, perpetuated a politically charged myth about gays in the workplace.

A Sport Few Americans Know Anything About Can Teach Plenty About Leadership

Cricket, the precursor to baseball, was popular in early America. Immigration from South Asia is boosting the sport and displaying the skill required to lead a team.

The 'Hard-Stop' Method Can Help You Save Time and Money on Testing New Ideas

By putting a cap on the amount of time a team can work on a project, you create an urgency that determines whether projects should be pursued further.

How CEOs Can Maintain Their Edge

Leaders can avoid stagnation in three key ways.

Tim Cook Is Gay. But As Apple's CEO, That Isn't His Biggest Revelation.

Cook knows his responsibilities as CEO of Apple. He proved that in his coming out.

How to Be Happy. (Really.)

There is cause and effect in the universe. Happiness is an effect, not a cause. Don't buy into the happiness craze.

10 Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn From America's National Pastime

Baseball, played without a clock and unfolding over the longest season in sports, requires the same patience and dynamism as running a business.

Papa John's Handling of Employee Tragedy a Reminder of What Good Leadership Looks Like

Family members of a slain employee in Tennessee said they 'never once imagined that this would touch anyone high up in the Papa John's corporate office, let alone John Schnatter.'

4 Tricks to Remaining Upbeat When Times Are Tough

Entrepreneurship can put us on an emotional rollercoaster, zooming from self-congratulation to self-doubt in minutes. Here is how to achieve a positive inner attitude.

How to Harness the Athlete's Mindset for Business Success

Follow these four tips to improve your game and get your entrepreneurial hustle on.

Small Phrases That Speak Volumes About Your Work Ethic

These sayings reveal a lot about your leadership and teamwork capabilities -- or lack thereof.

Accidents Happen and Space Is Hard

Ignore the criticism over the private sector's role in the Antares rocket failure.

5 Ways to Master the Entrepreneur's Most Important Attribute

If you want to capture investors' attention or land that big client, you must shift your focus from seeming nice to being persistent.

6 Secrets to Getting Employees to Do What You Want

To succeed, leaders must effectively set, measure and evaluate goals.

What I Learned From the Hispanic Community About Entrepreneurship

Consider Latinos' often overlooked contribution to the U.S. economy. As American society continues to diversify, the lessons of one group can be applied to others.

You'll Never Hear Successful People Say These 15 Phrases

To get to where you want to be, the best and easiest thing to do is to simply follow the examples that others set for you.

8 Keys to Being Identified as a Leader

No matter where you fall in the hierarchy, these traits will serve you well in helping you climb to the top of the chain of command.

Why You Should Hire Only Flexible Minds

At startups and elsewhere, the desired players are those ready to be versatile and respond to the inevitable disruption and change.

When Innovation Means Playing God

Innovation is creation, and that has consequences. We need to understand that.

4 Blunders That Can Damage Your Executive Presence

Whether you're leading a team or climbing the corporate ladder, prepare yourself so you don't make these mistakes.

Nothing to Say? Here's How You Can Make Small Talk.

Before you get so nervous you can't say a word, consider these tips to help you become more conversational.

The 7 Real Reasons You Need to Be an Expert at Something

Employing authority marketing as a strategy to grow your brand and increase your reach as a business has many benefits.

Google Co-Founder Larry Page to Step Back From Duties to Focus on 'Bigger Picture'

Sundar Pichai will now oversee products such as search, maps, Google+, commerce, advertising and infrastructure.

How Smart Do You Have to Be to Succeed?

We often think that the reason we aren't succeeding is because we haven't found the right strategy or because we weren't born with the right talents.
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