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Why You Should Constantly 'Fire' Yourself and Your Employees
Employee Management

Why You Should Constantly 'Fire' Yourself and Your Employees

With limited resources, your company doesn't have time for those tasks that can and should be automated or offloaded.
Andrew Cohen
How This Olympian Nurtures a Winning Mindset: 'Never, Ever Personalize Your Failure' (VIDEO)
Failure

How This Olympian Nurtures a Winning Mindset: 'Never, Ever Personalize Your Failure' (VIDEO)

'Make the adjustments and take what you learned from that and use that as a catalyst to catapult you to the top,' says wrestling great Nate Carr.
Geoff Weiss
7 Million-Dollar Habits of the Super Successful
Habits

7 Million-Dollar Habits of the Super Successful

The most successful people credit their success to the persisting energy bolts of action that we call 'habits.'
Joel Brown
3 Steps to Tame Merger Meltdown
Mergers and Acquisitions

3 Steps to Tame Merger Meltdown

Did you know that your employees' physical and emotional health could suffer?
Susan Steinbrecher
How CEOs Can Prevent the Scourge of Isolation
C-Suite

How CEOs Can Prevent the Scourge of Isolation

Heads of companies are sheltered in the C suite. Here's how to break out of the Fortress of Solitude.
Joel Trammell
5 Traits All Great Entrepreneurs Have
Success Strategies

5 Traits All Great Entrepreneurs Have

Achieving greatness as a business owner takes time and effort, and there's no shortcut to success that can get you there.
Jayson DeMers
TaskRabbit CEO: What This Manager Won't Delegate
Taskrabbit

TaskRabbit CEO: What This Manager Won't Delegate

The founder of TaskRabbit says there are some office jobs that will always require her special attention -- no matter how much her startup grows.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
Apple's Tim Cook on Leadership: 'The Most Important Data Points Are People'
Leadership

Apple's Tim Cook on Leadership: 'The Most Important Data Points Are People'

Cook, who took over for Steve Jobs in 2011, stresses that CEOs need to make swift decisions.
Laura Entis
Consider These 5 Factors Before Making Your Next Big Decision
Decision Making

Consider These 5 Factors Before Making Your Next Big Decision

With the increase in abundance and the rate at which information travels, decision-makers are left facing an onslaught of pressure against unexpected and uncontrollable forces.
Jeff Boss
6 Ways to Make Your Intern Program a Success
Interns

6 Ways to Make Your Intern Program a Success

With intern season just around the corner, ensure your program is an educational experience that can make also make an impact on your company.
Jon Elvekrog
3 Things Shared by Top Performing Teams, Whether on the Field or in the Office
Leadership

3 Things Shared by Top Performing Teams, Whether on the Field or in the Office

Those who perform at an extremely high level understand the importance of teamwork and culture.
Matt Mayberry
3 Key Lessons for My Kids About Becoming Entrepreneurs
Leadership

3 Key Lessons for My Kids About Becoming Entrepreneurs

Because when the time comes for them to enter the working world, I want them to be damn good leaders.
David Mandell
Why Richard Branson Says 'Screw Business as Usual'
Corporate Social Responsibility

Why Richard Branson Says 'Screw Business as Usual'

The message I got from him when I visited his Caribbean island
Tonya Lanthier
7 Ways to Think Differently About Fear
Leadership

7 Ways to Think Differently About Fear

When you know fear and how to use it, it can be a springboard to future success.
Sherrie Campbell