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4 Ways to Instill and Promote Transparency in a Workplace

Transparency matters for a company's culture, because it builds trust and stronger relationships among employees, management and the company itself.

Sam Hodges

Why You Should Discuss the Details of Your Business With Your Spouse

Honesty is obviously important in a relationship, and that extends to what goes on at the office. And hey, it make actually help your business grow.

Adam Callinan

The Simple Secret to a Happy Life

We all lie to ourselves because we want material things we don't need or deserve. The irony is, that makes us miserable.

Steve Tobak

The Secret to Connecting With Your Audience

There's one thing you can do that will rally your customers, colleagues and even competitors.

Stephen Key

The No. 1 Reason You Should Hire a Family Member

Sure, plenty of things can go wrong, but just as many things can and will go right.

Stephen Key

This Personality Trait Predicts Your Tendency to Lie and Cheat

Employers might want to start testing for honesty and humility before hiring or promoting people.

Shana Lebowitz

5 Steps to Becoming an Authentic Leader

Learn how to be the kind of CEO people naturally follow.

Stop Pretending and Just Be Yourself

People want to meet the real you. And they want to do business with the real you.

Greg Shugar

10 Behaviors of Genuine People

In a world of phony fads, media hype, virtual personas, and personal brands, being genuine is becoming an endangered quality.

Steve Tobak

8 Ways to Establish Your Business Credibility

While there are many traits attributed to successful entrepreneurs, credibility is the one that stands out above the rest.

Peter Gasca

Warren Buffett's Remarkably Simple Mantra for Success

He may be a business sage, but this piece of advice has nothing to do with stocks and investments.

Peter Gasca

6 Personality Traits That Can Make You a More Trusted Entrepreneur

No one does business with an untrustworthy person. Without trust, you can't broker deals, close deals, sell stuff, or come out on top.

Neil Patel