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It's Better Stick to Your Values Than be a Slave to the Numbers
If you reach a sales goal by compromising your values, it that real success?
How Thinking Like an Introvert Can Help You Get Ahead in Business
Research suggests that introverts possess qualities that can rocket them to the top of their fields.
Does a College Degree Still Matter?
A diploma is still an employer's best assurance a candidate possess the skills needed to help run a company.
10 Tips to Negotiate Like a Boss
Learn the secrets, and close the deal.
Your Secrets Are Killing Your Teams' Productivity
The transparency this new generation of employees demands motivates them to greater accomplishment and commitment. That is what you want, right?
Why Lifelong Learning Drives This Leader
Discover how a childhood passion shaped this entrepreneur's core values.
A Delicate But Necessary Task of Opening Pandora's Box
Hidden secrets, judgments and resentments can eat away at your business.
A 3-Step Startup Guide to Connecting With Consumers
Improve customer relationship and your brand's relationship with them by using these three tips.
How Successful Leaders Communicate With Their Teams
Choosing your medium -- text or in-person? -- and keeping your message decisive and focused are just two of the key strategies.
I Had a Conversation With a Robot, and It Taught Me Something About Humanity
An executive at the company that created Pepper assured me that it (she?) won't steal our jobs.
Panasonic's Multilingual Megaphone Translates as You Speak
Simply speak into the microphone and the device takes care of the rest.
Before Offering Feedback Consider If You're Trying to Teach a Pig to Sing
Feedback -- giving it, ducking it, getting it, ignoring it -- can be a dicey situation. Ask yourself these questions before going there.
Phil La Duke
This Question Will Help Your Friendships Survive Past the Election
Stop assuming you're entirely right and start trying to understand the people you believe are entirely wrong.
Scope Creep, the Killer of Projects
When a customer's requests for add-ons and changes puts a project manager in an invidious position, scope creep has crept in.
Phil La Duke
Starting a Business
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