Uber Bummed: How Uber and Lyft Lost an Important Political Fight
Uber's and Lyft's political loss on an important proposition in Austin provides marketers important insight on towing the line between personalization and invasion.
Why Aren't More People Responding to Your Emails?
If people don't want to read your e-prose, it's time to work harder at making it more interesting.
The Marketing Help You Need, But Can't Afford
A good marketing firm will bring organization and order to your customer acquisition process.
5 Ways to Communicate as Efficiently as a Computer
Learning to speak like a machine in an efficient, direct and concise manner will give you a leg up in business.
A Reminder to Business Leaders That Your Mic Is Always On
Now more than ever, people judge you by the words you use. And the knives are out quick when you slip up.
'I Feel Like' Is the Newest Controversial Phrase You Should Avoid
A recent New York Times op-ed ordered people to stop saying 'I Feel Like.' Here are some other common utterances to consider banning as well.
Next Time You Apologize, Say More Than 'I'm Sorry.'
Quit your dramatic, insincere apologies and life will be better at work and home.
Inspiring Your Team
7 Personality Principles to Boost Office Productivity
They don't give out a Ph.D. on how to talk to people.
20 Things You Are Doing Wrong With Email
Email is a reflection of our personal brand. Why, then, do so many people fail to proofread what they wrote, regretfully send out angry messages and disregard basic etiquette?
Master the Art of Relationships Because Business is Not a Solo Sport
Building relationships with influencers in your field is an important tactic for growing your business.
Effectively Manage a Remote Team via Gamification
Struggling to manage your remote team? Introduce gamification -- and a smiley face or two -- and watch your team flourish.
Leadership Is Learned From Experience, Mentoring and Failure
Follow these eight tips to move from entrepreneur to business leader.
To Be a Successful Entrepreneur, First Master This 1 Basic Skill
Remember that everything begins with a conversation.
How to Get a CEO to Answer Your Million-Dollar Question
Do your homework, be clear, and succinct in your message in order to honor the time of the executive.
Kari Warberg Block
Starting a Business
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