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Some Fundamental Truths This Entrepreneur Learned Mentoring Prison Inmates

There is no limit to what a person can overcome with enough effort, but what you're born into has a lot to do with how much that will be.

Kyle Slager

Why Customer Service Is a Great Training Ground for Employees in Any Position

The job is uniquely suited for giving new employees knowledge and skills that will enable them to succeed at their company. Here's how.

The Art of Mentorship: 3 Steps for Building Business Leaders

Establishing a mentorship program can help businesses grow, employees succeed and executives lead more effectively

Nancy Harris

The Power of Having Trusted Critics in Your Life

Write down at least five people who could serve as a trusted critic in your life. Think of them as your own special advisory board.

Matt Mayberry

Looking for a Mentor? The 7 Best Places to Start.

Ever thought to look for a mentor at your fitness club? You'd be surprised at where the right person may be hanging out.

Anna Johansson

Put Your Experience to Work for Yourself and Others as a Life Coach

Mentors with real-world knowledge to share can help others unlock their potential through one-on-one coaching sessions.

How to Handle 4 Requests for Free Help You'll Start Getting Now That You're Successful

Helping entrepreneurs who are not so far along on their journey is the right thing to do but to do it the right way it must be mutually beneficial.

The 5 Touch Points When You Can Boost Retention Through Training

There are opportunities to improve employee engagement and make working for your company a win-win for the long term.

Sam Bahreini

Praising Your Child Doesn't Help Them Succeed If You Do It Wrong

There are many ways well-meaning parents undermine their kids when they try to be encouraging.

John Rampton

Your Uncensored Guide to Snapchat

Snapchat, perhaps the most youthful of all the social media channels, is remarkably receptive to marketing.

Grant Cardone

8 Ways to Advocate for Your Team's Success

The greatest mark of a person's success is that they elevate the fortunes of the people who work with them.

3 Essentials for Spontaneously Mentoring Your Star Employees

The people you most want to keep need to hear that you see a future for them at your company.

Marty Fukuda