Leadership

The 4 Levels of Listening: Why Every Good Entrepreneur Should Talk Less
Take It From The Pros

The 4 Levels of Listening: Why Every Good Entrepreneur Should Talk Less

There's a reason we have two ears and one mouth.
Jim Joseph
7 Signs That You're an Emotionally Intelligent Person
Emotional Intelligence

7 Signs That You're an Emotionally Intelligent Person

Some people are naturally inclined to be more emotionally intelligence, but it's a skill and awareness that can be developed over time.
Jayson DeMers
Rethinking Sales and Marketing in the 'Post-Truth' Era
Truth

Rethinking Sales and Marketing in the 'Post-Truth' Era

In the Post-Truth Era, you might be wondering, "Will I need to be even more liberal in my treatment of 'the truth' to compete?"
Tomer Shiran
How One Entrepreneur Envisions the Future of Education
Business Transformations

How One Entrepreneur Envisions the Future of Education

Scott Duffy and Alan Taylor take a glimpse at Scott Schwab's revolutionary education transformation.
Business & Burgers
Is College Education Dead?
Education

Is College Education Dead?

Just a few decades ago, the path to the "good life" seemed so obvious. Go to school. Graduate college. Pay your dues. Build your career.
Daniel DiPiazza
Why Companies Built to be Acquired Usually Aren't
Acquisitions

Why Companies Built to be Acquired Usually Aren't

If you're in it solely for the payday, it shows in your products and your people.
Ben Simkin
The 3 Moments That Give Hardship Meaning
worth-knowing

The 3 Moments That Give Hardship Meaning

Success makes life easy but there is no easy path to success.
Jeff Boss
Keep Moving or Die: 3 Tips to Prevent Analysis Paralysis
Take It From The Pros

Keep Moving or Die: 3 Tips to Prevent Analysis Paralysis

If you can't keep up with the pace of business, your company is as doomed as your wishy-washy decision-maker's job.
Erik Huberman
4 Lessons Every Executive Can Learn from Hourly Workers
Inspiring Your Team

4 Lessons Every Executive Can Learn from Hourly Workers

This tech exec returned to hourly shift work, as a waitress and bartender. En route, she rediscovered the right way to pour a beer.
Jocelyn Mangan
The 4 Roles of Accountability Within Your Company
Run a Better Business

The 4 Roles of Accountability Within Your Company

To be sure everyone knows what they're responsible for, you need to assign one of these four roles to every employee in every project.
Riaz Khadem
How to Identify Growth Potential During the Recruiting Process
Inspiring Your Team

How to Identify Growth Potential During the Recruiting Process

The best way to determine how a candidate's growth potential will affect the current team's success? Ask, "What will you be remembered for?".
Andre Lavoie
10 Ways Smart People Stay Calm
Stress Management

10 Ways Smart People Stay Calm

The ability to manage your emotions and remain calm under pressure has a direct link to your performance.
Travis Bradberry
How the Most Successful Leaders Deal with Criticism
Feedback

How the Most Successful Leaders Deal with Criticism

Some types of criticism are more valuable than others.
Danielle Harlan
Who Should You Hire as Your First Employee?
Take It From The Pros

Who Should You Hire as Your First Employee?

Before you make your first official hire, here's what you need to know.
Patrick Bet-David
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