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What are the qualities you need in order to be successful in business? Let’s take a look at what makes some business people a success.
by Gary Marriage Jr., founder and CEO of Nature Coast Financial Advisors Many Americans view life insurance policies as a key part of their financial...
The health insurance industry has a long way to go in terms of gaining Millennials' business and trust. Sally Poblete, CEO of Wellthie shares three factors they should consider to appeal to convince Millennial decision-makers that health insurance is an important purchase.
We can chose to face this pandemic with anger and frustration, or we can regulate our reaction and look for opportunities to find humour or lighten the strain.
Phuong Uyen Tran, author of “Competing With Giants” offers 6 tips for cultivating relationships with family in business, whether your boss is your dad, your mom, your sibling or any other relative.
Walker Deibel believes acquisition entrepreneurship is the greatest opportunity of our lifetime when you take into consideration the Baby Boomer opportunities and the proliferation of online businesses over the past two decades,
The solution to the world’s information security and privacy problems must be big, and it is. We are truly looking at a new inflection point, the Authenticity Inflection Point, argues Wes Kussmaul, author of "Quiet Enjoyment - Authenticity Works Where Information Security Technology Has Failed Us"
Summer is the perfect season to launch your dream business or ramp up your current one. Stacia Pierce, CEO of Ultimate Lifestyle Enterprises, offers a few reasons why.
New iPhones and the Apple Watch highlight Apple's ability to use design and innovation to establish leadership, says Ezra Gottheil, principal analyst at Technology Business Research.
Treat people well and build positive relationships in your business and personal lives because you never know how those will positively affect you down the road or the wonderful relationships that will grow, says Falon Fatemi, founder and CEO of Close.
A lot of SEO folks prefer someone who will “let them do their job and pay them.” However, a client that doesn’t take an active interest in what you are doing is less than ideal, says Itamar Gero, founder and CEO of SEOReseller.com
As organizations determine their new structure and processes, the gig talent economy can fill critical gaps without organizations needing to make a long-term commitment.
Patrick Panuncillon, CEO of Linkvista Digital Inc. explains why influencers are those people whose advice can be crucial to the way people run their businesses.
Are there certain intrinsic qualities in entrepreneurs that make them who they are? What could we observe about their personalities, emotional make-up and life views that makes them different from the rest of us, asks Walter Lim.
Every business owner knows that satisfying - and retaining - customers is as important as anything they do to achieve and maintain success. But many may not remember that employee satisfaction is an important key to customer satisfaction, says Bill McBean, author of "The Facts of Business Life: What Every Successful Business Owner Knows that You Don’t".
New innovations offer disruptive possibilities for the future of global trade. It’s easy to hypothesize that Star Trek-style teleportation, drones, 3-D printing, and space logistics, will change trading. But the biggest shift to the supply chain will see it digitally connected and becoming part of the Internet of Things, predicts Dr. Karen Reddington, President of FedEx Express, South Pacific.
In order for organizations to engage and motivate employees around a shared meaning, they must adopt new principles for empowerment, insists Danny Gutknecht, author of "Meaning at Work: And Its Hidden Language".
A classic chicken and egg problem hits every other business that intermediates between two categories of people, explains Jay Barnett, founder of Priority Pickup.
Oakville’s Zack Creed would say golf was in his blood. He shares his thoughts on moving a golf professional to the business side of things.
Marketers today still struggle with tapping into the potential that exists in content marketing. Then there’s the question of trying to prove the ROI of your content. Hana Abaza, Director of Marketing at Uberflip explores the issue.
Eating the right foods is an excellent way to not only improve physical appearance but general health as well. Helen Sanders, chief editor at HealthAmbition.com shares some tips on what you should be eating to improve your brain functions.
Successfully starting and growing a business can be a tough challenge for even the most adept entrepreneurs. Exiting a business for maximum profit, however, can prove even more difficult.
Norm Laviolette, author of "The Art of Making Sh!t Up" shares some ways to apply the techniques of improv to successfully come up with good ideas that can lead to innovation.
We’re now in the midst of a meltdown of the old media business models. Real-time bidding and ad placement strategies have blown a hole in the idea of “building an audience and selling it”, says William Ammerman, author of "The Invisible Brand: Marketing in the Age of Automation, Big Data, and Machine Learning".