Make 2017 Your Year

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These 4 Books Changed These Leaders' Lives and Businesses for the Better
Make 2017 Your Year

These 4 Books Changed These Leaders' Lives and Businesses for the Better

Oprah isn't the only one with book recommendations.
3 Fresh, Fun Ideas to Bring Your Team Together
Make 2017 Your Year

3 Fresh, Fun Ideas to Bring Your Team Together

Admit it -- trust falls have gotten a little cliche.
The 17 Rules These Entrepreneurs Say You Should Break in 2017
Make 2017 Your Year

The 17 Rules These Entrepreneurs Say You Should Break in 2017

Forget the rules. Do what makes sense instead.
4 Tech Tools to Break Your Bad Habits
Make 2017 Your Year

4 Tech Tools to Break Your Bad Habits

Gadgets to fix everything from your posture to your focus.
How I Got Out of a Funk (and Saved My Business)
Make 2017 Your Year

How I Got Out of a Funk (and Saved My Business)

He realized he was standing in the way of his own progress.
Kimanzi Constable
5 Business Trends That Will Take Off in 2017
Predictions

5 Business Trends That Will Take Off in 2017

An example: The "one-size-fits-all" approach went away along with mobile strategies and the B-52s.
Jeffrey Hayzlett
Tim Ferriss: If You're Not Happy With What You Have, You Might Never Be Happy
Tim Ferriss

Tim Ferriss: If You're Not Happy With What You Have, You Might Never Be Happy

Self-improvement master Tim Ferriss has a surprising message for those who keep searching for something better: You have to know when to stop.
Richard Branson on How to Keep Track of Your New Year's Resolutions
Richard Branson

Richard Branson on How to Keep Track of Your New Year's Resolutions

It's easy to set your goals for the year. The hard part is maintaining them.
Rose Leadem
Make It Your New Year's Resolution to Cold Email Your Idol
Networking

Make It Your New Year's Resolution to Cold Email Your Idol

Start your year off strong by hitting the 'send' button.
Rose Leadem
The Power of Reflection
Growth

The Power of Reflection

How can we grow if we don't look at what's working and what's not working?
Lewis Howes