And four other business lessons I was reminded of after spending two weeks in southeast Asia.
A PR exec climbed 13,000 feet to gaze upon this Incan masterpiece and took what she learned back to her business.
Achieving your loftiest goal requires meeting many, many small goals between here and there,
Every business is unique. What you have to do to make it work is pretty much the same for all of them.
Those classic novels you didn't read in high school actually have a few important lessons to teach you.
We live in a nation that celebrates small business and encourages people to create an idea and make it their own.
The greatest achievement of King James is his unrivaled ability to motivate good teammates to become a great team.
Four lessons my dad, who started his business later in life, showed by example.
I named my wine business after him, because without him there would be no business.
No matter the lesson, it's important to use every day -- not just Father's Day -- to make sure the special man in our life knows how much we appreciate the time and lessons they shared.
Jim McKelvey advises aspirational entrepreneurs to listen to the stories of accomplished people with a healthy dose of skepticism. Listen and learn, to be sure, but don't take anyone else's journey as gospel.
Their marketing plan is no plan: their characters, the story and lifestyle sell itself.
Whether you love Donald Trump or hate him, you can't deny he has something to teach us all about getting the customer's attention.
Find out how to turn your early adopters into lifelong brand evangelists.
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