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If you can't remember the last time you did something purely for the fun of it, block out some "me" time right away.
If you need to fine tune the fine art of persuading people, try appealing to logic or emotions. But not both.
It's easy to lose motivation when we run up against obstacles in our road to success. Take a few moments to recharge your batteries by reading these motivating words of wisdom.
Don't drain your hard-earned savings by overspending on gas, airfare, and more.
Smart businesses tap their existing clients for referrals. Here's how.
Forget wearables, you need start using these three devices right now.
Sometimes it is very difficult to stop all the distractions. Here are some useful ideas that can help you be fully present.
Professor Marshall Ganz, Obama's 2008 Organizer-In-Chief, created a storytelling framework for political movements. It happens to be the perfect weapon for your crowdfunding project.
Your company is acquired or goes public, but celebrations are cut short when a "Professional CEO" is brought in to lead. A survival guide on navigating the transition.
How do you build a store than pulls down the highest profit per square foot in the world? We tapped Apple's store designer to find out.
For all that's potentially bad about international trade pacts, such as the Trans Pacific Partnership, they've also forced U.S. companies to get creative to stay competitive.
As we pause this Memorial Day weekend, here are some shining examples of the reasons why.
The simple way corporate volunteer programs are shifting to adapt to a new generation of workers.
Whether you need to brainstorm, share to social media, or pick out winning content, these tools have you covered.
Being bored is normal; the trick is to learn how to fill your time with other productive activity. Here are seven ideas to help kick your boredom and increase your productivity!
You can cry when a manager insults you. Or you can keep quiet and keep working. More often than not, Hall of Fame pitcher Pedro Martinez did the latter.
On The Profit, Lemonis points out the common moves that can kill a business.
The more you promote change, the more you promote progress, the more you try to change things for what you believe is better ... the more people will have a bad opinion of you.
Great communicators are better liked, more successful, and produce more value for their organizations. Isn't it time to become a great communicator?