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In Retirement Planning, Short-Term Greed Never Outweighs Long-Term Benefits

Short-term greed never outweighs long-term benefits when it comes to retirement planning, insists Peter Blatt.

Online Marketers: Leverage The Power Of Pinterest

President of Silver Frog Marketing, Christina Ross, shares tips to help marketers build their brands, increase traffic, and create loyalty through Pinterest.

How To Help Employees Look Forward To Monday In A Hybrid Working World

Adam Witty shares four steps for creating such a customer-centric company culture in a hybrid working world.

Should Your Brand Use AI?

In determining how your business should use AI, you need to find a balance between AI and human tools, to deliver a superior customer experience, says Darshan Mehta.

$1B Lessons On Innovation From Dollar Shave Club

Here are three core lessons we can learn from successful, innovative companies like Dollar Shave Club.

Your Next Career Move – How To Find A Company With Soul?

Finding a new workplace seems to be the hardest thing – at the top of the list of criteria is the company's purpose and whether there is potential to sign up to it.

The Art of Simplicity: What Does It Take To Sell A Complex Idea?

Tom Stanfill shares a few ideas to get you started on building compelling word pictures that bring simplicity to complex selling.

4 Ways To Fight Burnout And Win

Work-life balance, or imbalance, has always been a challenge for women. Andi Simon says taking some time for you, even just a few minutes a day, can truly change your life.

Trust And Empowerment: Two Keys To Emerging Unscathed From The Great Resignation

The most important step a leader can take to meet employees where their values are is to establish a culture of trust and empowerment.

5 Tools To Perfect Your Content

Dave Chesson, creator of Kindlepreneur.com shares five tools he believes will help you perfect your web content.

The Hallmarks And Benefits Of Servant Leadership In Today’s Business World

Servant leadership is especially important and applicable in a post-COVID business world, when millions are quitting their jobs and CEOs are trying to stabilize their work cultures.

Is The Work From Home Trend Here To Stay? 

Jonathan Munnery looks at the impact of working from home for employers and employees, taking into consideration the likely stance post-Covid-19.  

Heart-Centered Company Practices – The Unquestionable Way To Amplify Business Growth 

Christan Hiscock says companies need to shift their focus to heart-centered company practices, especially if they really want to amplify growth in their businesses.

The Secret To Big Wins

Looking to get started in building an impactful success process? Linda Wawrzyniak shares the three things that are necessary for you to do.

Top 7 Tips For Good Decision Making When Feeling Stressed Out

Next time you find yourself feeling stressed out, stop and remember these seven tips to better decision making from Angela Civitella.

Will Robots Keep Pushing People Out Of Jobs? How To Engineer An Equitable Economy 

Having an economy for the people is all about reimagining how we value money and restructuring how banks do business, says Jarl Jensen, author of "The Big Solution".

It’s An Employee’s Market, Here’s How To Keep Them

Kathleen Quinn Votaw shares three ways for leaders to create a culture where workers want to stay and one that new talent wants to join.

How To Make Your Story Matter To Others

Marketing is rooted in storytelling — and any successful brand you can think of has a compelling tale to tell. Adam Witty shares some tips on creating your story.

Take Time To Make Time: Things I Wish I’d Known When I Was Thirty

Burnout isn't actually a time issue. It's an energy issue, says Mackey McNeill. She shares some personal tips to avoid burnout.

Trying To Find Your ‘Why’? Maybe You Should Concentrate On Your ‘When’

It’s become a truism in some circles that the road to success and fulfillment involves finding your “why.” Once you’ve found that “why,” the thinking goes, you are on your way to purpose and fulfillment. But perhaps latching onto your “why” actually involves discovering your “when.”

5 Words That Help You Lead Effectively During Turbulent Times

It can be quite difficult to lead during turbulent times. Dr. Delatorro McNeal II shares 5 simple words that can recalibrate your ability to lead effectively, even during chaotic times.

So You’ve Climbed The Corporate Ladder. Have You Sent It Back Down?

What does it mean to have a woman be among the first to reach the C-suite or a top job — and what should it mean for the women struggling below her?  

Yes, You Really Need To Learn How To Say No; Here’s Why

Don't acquiesce to every request that comes in via email, text message or someone knocking on your office door, says Andi Simon. Learn to say no.

Investing In A Disruptive Climate

The economy is changing. We can either adapt our portfolios or lose out on potential investment performance, insists Scott Schwartz.

In The Dark On Digital Transformation

Sri Mnachala shares a few points that business leaders need to understand if they are to handle digital transformation successfully.

Why Valle De Guadalupe Is The Perfect COVID-Era Wine Destination

The Valle de Guadalupe is in the perfect position to offer the best of all worlds: luxury, adventure, affordability, and safety.

Estate Planning For Business Owners

As a business owner, fitting in time for estate planning to your to-do list should be a top priority. Here's what to pay special attention to in an estate plan. 

An Entrepreneur’s Journey Of Risk, Resilience, And Rewards

 James Webb, author of "Redneck Resilience: A Country Boy’s Journey To Prosperity" recounts his personal entrepreneurship journey.

Are You Certain You’re Ready To Retire?

Not sure if you're ready to retire? Matthew McIntyre offers five questions to ponder before you make your decision.

Why “Fake it ‘Til You Make It” Doesn’t Work – and What Does

Lose the “fake it ’til you make it” once and for all. Instead, just “feel it ’til you find it”, says Leslie Ehm, bestselling author of "Swagger".