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These 5 words will open thousands of doors for you

A magic phrase that solves problems and creates strong relationships.

Why all entrepreneurs should work on their personal brand

Building a successful company is a challenge, but for your collaborators, suppliers and clients, you are the one who leads and here we tell you why you should pay more attention to your personal brand if you want to be successful in business.

How to Become a Master at Talking to Strangers

Entrepreneurs must become experts at connecting with anyone-and with a few simple strategies, you can. Here's what happened when I tried them myself.

Joe Keohane

I Spent Three Months on Clubhouse, and Here's What I Learned

In 2020 there was no hotter app than Clubhouse, but is it still the place to be, and is it right for you?

How Entrepreneurs Can Maximize Networking to Increase Funding

Networking can seem daunting, but every entrepreneur knows its power -- especially when it comes to raising funds.

Kimberly Zhang

10 rules for successful networking

Networking is built progressively, and you can do it through social networks, especially those aimed at the professional market.

Daniel Colombo

How Working 'Outside' of Your Business Is Key to Running It

Take a fresh look at how you're seen by your prospective customers.

Jeffrey Shaw

9 Key Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn From a Newspaper Boy

Sometimes the best lessons in life are found in unexpected places.

Mervik Haums

How to do online networking?

We have been following the social distancing rules for COVID-19 for more than 15 months. We give you some tips to continue creating remote contact networks.

12 Ways Successful People Handle Toxic People

To deal with toxic people effectively, you need an approach that enables you to control what you can and eliminate what you can't.

3 Ways to Harness the Power of LinkedIn for Your Gig Career

As the economy comes back to life, more gig workers mean more competition for you. Here's how to use you LinkedIn account to stand out and secure the job.

Beth Newton