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Employee appraisals that improve performance are essential to reaching company goals.
Cognitive bias is an insidious threat to the rational decision-making you probably think you're engaged in.
There's no room for error when you're landing a $70 million fighter on the bobbing deck of an aircraft carrier.
Passion and mindset are important but never more important than cold, hard numbers.
Every startup is looking for talent but the smart talent isn't going to work for a startup with no future.
If you want to make it you need to start by changing your mindset.
Unhappiness at work is a personal and professional growth opportunity.
Exchanging constructive feedback with your peers benefits everyone.
The solution to imposter syndrome for competent people is to get in touch with reality.
Work-life balance naively suggests working and non-working hours should be evenly apportioned.
Getting rich is not really that hard, unless you're in a hurry.
Is your brilliant idea a gold mine or a guaranteed flop?
The power of face-to-face marketing can't be supplanted by digital tricks and tactics.