Connections

How Talking Less Could Land You Your Next 6-Figure Job

Most people find interviews nerve-wracking -- there's a lot of pressure and no way of knowing for sure which questions you'll be asked. But there's one topic that, when the answer is practiced effectively, you can ensure a better interview outcome for: "Who are you, and why would you be a good fit for the role?"

Tim Madden

How Success Happened for Steven Galanis, Co-Founder and CEO of Cameo

On Cameo's fifth anniversary, Galanis' lifelong understanding of the power of connections led him to success. 

How To Maintain a Relationship With Your Customers by Learning What They Need

How confident are you in your connection to what your customers need?

Lauren Boyer

How to Become a Master at Talking to Strangers

Entrepreneurs must become experts at connecting with anyone-and with a few simple strategies, you can. Here's what happened when I tried them myself.

Joe Keohane

9 Ways to Feel Human Connection in a Virtual World

How do we feel real human connection to our friends, family and co-workers when we can't see them in person?

Ryan Avery

4 Ways to Exhibit Emotional Intelligence as a Leader Post-Crisis

Better insight and communication can help you to successfully lead your organization in 2021 and beyond.

'Shark Tank' Star Rohan Oza Says You Must Have This Quality as an Entrepreneur

Sometimes your connection with people gets you further than your actual business idea.

Launching your Career in an Uncertain Economy

Prospects may look bleak for those entering the job market during the current health and economic crisis. Here are seven tips to steer you through.

Debby Carreau

3 Simple Ways to Be Social (Without Being Sleazy) on LinkedIn

One of the biggest mistakes when it comes to LinkedIn? Forgetting that this platform is all about being social and connecting with others.

Melissa Suzuno

The Reason Good Businesses Tell Boring Stories

Respecting the distinction between a story and a narrative can help you connect with high-value clients, spend more wisely on advertising and attract investors.

John Garvey

Is Your Marketing Failing the "Trudge to the Bathroom" Test?

Instead of selling your solutions, speak to your audience's most pressing problems.

Neil Gordon

Company Culture Is A Myth. Instead, Get Small Teams In Sync.

Humans struggle to stay in tune with more than 150 people at once, according to the anthropologist Robin Dunbar.

Bruce Daisley