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A Personal Mission Statement Can Set You on a Course to Success

Define who you are and where you want to go. Then make it official with your statement.

Matt Mayberry

Be Like Google, Facebook and Apple, and Craft a Company Mantra to Live By

Why and how you should form a short sentence that can serve you as you build and grow your business.

Ron Yekutiel

Craft a Cultural-Identity Message That Employees Will Want to Repeat

A well-instituted identity message flows off the lips of all the employees within an organization, not just the salespeople.

Jeff Shore

The Single Greatest Gift From Creating a Brand-Positioning Statement

Small-business owners and entrepreneurs should not be fooled into thinking positioning is only for the big brands.

Jim Joseph

5 Gandhi Quotes to Inspire Taking on Your Mission

Have courage and blaze a trail with advice from the history-making activist on the anniversary of his birth.

Matthew Toren

4 Ways Large Companies Can Rediscover Their Inner Startup

If your brand feels a bit stale lately, it may be time to get back in touch with your startup roots. Here is how.

3 Ways to Remain Dedicated to Your Mission

With endless possibilities, new opportunities and receiving conflicting advice, it can be hard for some entrepreneurs to stay focused on their initial vision. Here are a few tips on staying true to your mission.

Culture Really Does Eat Strategy for Breakfast

Just ask Target, General Motors and the Veterans Affairs Department

One of Steve Jobs' Last Public Statements Can Help You Discover Your Passion

The most successful entrepreneurs are freakishly enthusiastic about his or her idea. Ask yourself if you feel the same about your venture.

Carmine Gallo

If You Want a Better Outcome, Take Better Actions

There's only so much you can control, but it's how you act that usually determines your circumstances.

Matthew Toren

There Is No Magic Formula for Small-Business Success -- Only This

It takes hard work to get the best team players engaged in the right tasks and to resolve the inevitable conflicts.

Robert Reid