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The entrepreneurial journey is known to be a roller coaster of a ride. For founders to remain composed during crazy times, they should hone their extra-sensory entrepreneur skills.
Breaking down the value of good leadership into dollars and sense.
Carmine Gallo explains why you should keep your presentations simple, and avoid this common format.
As an entrepreneur, feedback from your employees allows you to grow as a founder and lead your company down a successful path.
Learn to vanquish the anxiety that arises before a presentation. Provide valuable real-life examples and don't forget the takeaway points.
It should go without saying: treating your employees with respect is the mark of a great manager.
Companies are motivated to scale and grow profits year over year. But often this focus on revenue comes at the expense of the company's culture.
I used to dream of living in a tropical paradise searching for the perfect Mai Tai. Not anymore...and I couldn't be happier.
Poor communication is blamed for most workplace ills. Good leaders should stop it in its tracks.
Communication coach Carmine Gallo explains how a powerful story is your basic foundation.
The adage, "you don't get a second chance to make a first impression," couldn't be more true for entrepreneurs. For those needing to brush up on their professional skills, here are a few tips.
Often when people are faced with tough decisions, they revert back to their past and recall how tough choices affected their lives. This kind of behavior can hold people back from pursuing their passion.
Success takes self-confidence, and that is boosted by the support of a mentor.
This entrepreneur isn't interested in selling his startup. His exit strategy is to simply give the business away.
While big corporations are struggling to retain customers, startups are seizing the opportunity to steal loyal consumers. Here is how they are doing it.
Keynote speaker and communication coach Carmine Gallo offers his top tips for making business presentations pop.
Erratic leaders, who mandate frequent deadlines but constantly change course, net few results save for finger-pointing.
Elected leaders are looking in the wrong place. All Americans want is equal opportunity.
Steve Jobs did a lot that worked at Apple, but the world doesn't need another Apple. It needs another you.
With their limited resources, startups are especially challenged when things go awry. Put in place an effective response plan for when they do.
Learning new skills and taking on new challenges can strengthen the leader and the organization
LinkedIn and Delta create partnership to match up mentors and mentees on planes en route to industry events.
Those 4 a.m. Sunday emails will drive your employees crazy and have them running into your competition's arms. Here are the habits to ditch and how to fix them.
Reading new titles is my guilty passion. Here's how to make the financial lessons stick -- and apply them in your workplace.
Apple's former top marketing executive reveals two of the most 'dreaded, hated' words at Apple under Steve Jobs.
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