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What Could You Do With Unlimited Brainpower?
Radicals & Visionaries

What Could You Do With Unlimited Brainpower?

The next best thing to always being the smartest person in the room is being in a room full of smart people. That's a mastermind group.
Jason Forrest
7 Leadership Styles on Television Entrepreneurs Can Learn From
Leadership

7 Leadership Styles on Television Entrepreneurs Can Learn From

The small screen can teach big lessons on leadership, if you watch closely.
5 Life Lessons From Bill Gates, One of the Most Influential Philanthropists on Earth
Bill Gates

5 Life Lessons From Bill Gates, One of the Most Influential Philanthropists on Earth

He's been the richest man in the world a record number of times, but that pales to the good works he's doing with his foundation.
Carolyn Sun
Legendary Leaders Are Inspirational, Empathetic Master Psychologists
Leadership

Legendary Leaders Are Inspirational, Empathetic Master Psychologists

'In today's crazy world, leadership is about inspiring everyone you touch to be the best they can be,' says Kevin Roberts, global chairman of ad house Saatchi & Saatchi.
Catherine Clifford
Genius Loves Company: 4 Ways to Cultivate Creative Collaboration
Collaborating

Genius Loves Company: 4 Ways to Cultivate Creative Collaboration

These four rules for cultivating creative collaboration will help your next project be more successful.
When a Founder CEO Hands Over the Reins
Make More Happen

When a Founder CEO Hands Over the Reins

Moving out of the corner office can be one of the most important decisions a company founder makes.
Zach Halmstad
Are Retail Brands Ready to Compete in the New Normal?
Marketing Bootcamp

Are Retail Brands Ready to Compete in the New Normal?

As consumers continue to drift from brick and mortar shops to online markets, retailers are surprisingly optimistic.
Bill Connolly
Why You Need 'Penny Victories' In Your Business
Leadership Strategy

Why You Need 'Penny Victories' In Your Business

Progress isn't about one quantum leap its most often a series of small incremental gains.
John Brubaker
It's OK to Micromanage Certain Aspects of Your Business
Entrepreneur Network

It's OK to Micromanage Certain Aspects of Your Business

Entrepreneur Network partner Patrick Bet-David outlines ways micromanaging can actually be beneficial to your company.
Entrepreneur Network
5 Ways a Culture of Excellence Boosts Your Bottom Line
Corporate Culture

5 Ways a Culture of Excellence Boosts Your Bottom Line

For your company to thrive, every employee from the top down has to aim for perfection.
Chase Jarvis on Creativity and the Art of Entrepreneurship
Make More Happen

Chase Jarvis on Creativity and the Art of Entrepreneurship

As a renowned photographer and the founder of an online education company, Chase Jarvis knows what he's talking about.
Lewis Howes
4 Elements Essential to Building a Great Team
Entrepreneurial Leadership

4 Elements Essential to Building a Great Team

Many people think they know how to build a great team, but few truly do.
Bobby Campbell
Hillary Clinton Conquered These 3 Psychological Traits to Take the Lead
Politics

Hillary Clinton Conquered These 3 Psychological Traits to Take the Lead

While she was bloodied by attacks from all sides, Clinton stood strong and minimized exposure by staying focused on her message.
Ahmad Raza
How to Know When to Be Assertive With Your Team
Assertiveness

How to Know When to Be Assertive With Your Team

There is a time for listening, a time for standing back and a time when the boss has to be in charge.
John Rampton