CEO and Founder of ReadersLegacy.com, Author, Speaker and Publishing Industry Advocate
Raising money is never easy but failure to prepare makes it impossible.
Business owners commonly wait far too long to get the professional help needed to make the best of what they have built.
For a business to grow it needs to rely on strong managers with a special set of skills.
The solution to so many of the issues that are hurting our world today are being cultivated in the minds of our young.
Why is it that so many people meander day-after-day through the same quagmire of crap? It's simple: It just doesn't hurt enough.
If you want to make your company a better place, you've got to be someone that your team admires and have vision for them to follow.
The author of the now-legendary classic "Harry Potter" series was a broke stay-at-home mom who simply learned how to seize opportunity.
The following five principals apply to the most successful entrepreneurs, from major corporations to home-based entrepreneurs who have built multimillion-dollar brands.
Reader-advocate website releases its 2015 list of most-followed writers.
You must master the personal, inner and outer dimensions to become a true authority on something you're passionate about.
It is a pre-requisite in business these days that the founder, CEO or principal must become an authority in their industry.
Want to be an elite-level leader? You'll likely have to change your ways.
Motivation and Retention
People do not want to work for a boring manager or a hostile tyrant. Would you?
Knowing how to properly communicate, multitask and pay attention to details are essential, school or no school.
These five effective techniques will help save your biggest accounts after a customer-service disaster.