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Trailblazing Women: Renata George, Managing Director at Zenmen Venture Fund

This interview is part of a series on Trailblazing Women role models (Entrepreneurs and Leaders) from around the world and first appeared on Global Invest Her. You have to see what you can be. Photo credit: Sam Sarraf "Don't think outside of the box - act as if there is no box. Show More Summary

5 Types Of Music You Should Listen To While Working

Music has a way of permeating through empty corners and filling up environments with substance. It can help you relax, make you well up in tears, or feel alive. But can it make you more productive? We use music to set the tone of our environment and our mood, whether we're unwinding after work or throwing a party. Show More Summary

Winning Workplace Conversations

Would you like to master office politics and make sure you're never overlooked at work? In his book Conversation Tactics: Workplace Strategies--Win Office Politics, Disarm Difficult Coworkers, Get Ahead & Rise To The Top, Patrick King...Show More Summary

How a Microloan Helped My Business Grow

By Kelsey Sheehy NerdWallet Before a chance meeting in 2013 with Accion, a nonprofit microlender, Kris Schoenberger pulled in $20,000 to $30,000 annually through his mobile catering company, BBQ'd Productions. Catering was his side gig...Show More Summary

Make a Difference: Become a Financial Educator

Teaching personal finance topics can be immensely rewarding because the lessons are often immediately applicable to many students' lives. Whether you're comparing financial products, creating a budget or evaluating the cost of a loan, financial literacy provides the foundation to make a well-informed decision. Show More Summary

Is Top Performance Effort or Skill?

"The harder I work, the luckier I get."--Golfer Gary Player Recently, a sales executive was excited about a just-released white paper on a new sales model for sales representatives. As he walked me through the model, I thought aboutShow More Summary

Great Communicators Nail This Down Every Time & You Can Too!

Don’t you just love this quote from the comedian George Bernard Shaw: “The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” Ineffective communication is often at the root of failed leadership, disengaged...Show More Summary

5 Financial Survival Tips for Small Businesses

Small businesses struggle to get funds. Loans for small to medium-sized businesses are hard to come by to say the least. However, where there is a will there is a way. There has been a long standing scare statistic that 70% of small businesses fail within the first five years. Show More Summary

Where There Is No Vision There Is No Business

How can you make success happen if you can't envision it? Small business ideas are just that ideas. In order to move an idea forward you must focus on how you envision success. As an entrepreneur, you're the leader of your business, and having a strong vision of success is essential to great leadership. Show More Summary

Why Your Bank May Not Be Giving You the Best Mortgage Rate

By Hal Bundrick, CFP Mortgage rates are near all-time lows, and it might be hard to imagine them going even lower. But some loan experts say many banks aren't giving borrowers the lowest rates they deserve. It's a matter of how banks...Show More Summary

3 Quantifiable, and Actionable Business Strategies With Nicole Walters

Nicole Walters is known to many of her Periscope followers as the woman who quit her 6 figure corporate career in front of 10,000 live viewers. While some may call her crazy, she describes it as simply living in her purpose.By simply...Show More Summary

Why Is It Important to Attend Business Events?

Business is one of the areas that requires constant movement forward, self-improvement, creativity, and innovation. A lot of business companies or foreign trade corporations often rack their brains to exploit the market internationally. Show More Summary

Silicon Valley Frets About Potential Bubble

Just because the tech bubble didn't burst this year doesn't mean there isn't one. During the dawn of the smartphone era, startups could raise money simply by pitching themselves as the mobile-first solution to any problem. However, with...Show More Summary

Why More Companies Are Partnering with the UN to Improve Growth and Sustainability Goals - Part 1

Few American companies know about the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and even fewer know how to leverage the power of global partnerships to help both promote a sustainable planet while growing their bottom-line.Show More Summary

China Can Slash Energy Use and Emissions at Net Economic Benefit

By Jon Creyts and Jules Kortenhorst, Rocky Mountain Institute In September, set among Hangzhou's ancient gardens and shimmering new buildings, China and the U.S. announced that they were formally joining the Paris agreement to combat climate change. Show More Summary

The Secret to Cutting Medical Bills? Exercise Regularly

We all know that exercising regularly is good for our bodies and overall health. It turns out that keeping fit is also beneficial for our budgets, according to the American Heart Association. Their new study, recently published in the...Show More Summary

5 Steps To Increase An Existing Line of Credit

For every small business owner, there comes a time when you find yourself in a cash flow crunch, wishing you had extra money on hand to cover your expenses. Prepared business owners can avoid this moment of panic by taking out a business...Show More Summary

When It Comes To Your Brand's Health, No Detail Is Too Small

If you're responsible for leading a brand, you can likely recall times when issues considered "below your pay grade" rose to your attention. With the 10,000-foot view required to keep all parts moving, the instinct to delegate the more minor details is often the right one. But not always. Not all of us lead brands, and even fewer are CEOs. Show More Summary

Stop Handing Out Business Cards

I finally decided to recycle the last box of business cards that I had collected from various connections over the years. There was no good reason to hang onto them anymore -- most of the people had moved on and were working somewhere else anyway. Show More Summary

7 Ways To Overcome Job Stress With Mindfulness

Job and workplace stress get to most of us: the American Institute of Stress reports they're the biggest sources of stress among Americans. But we've all watched some people stay preternaturally calm in the face of a work crisis. They...Show More Summary

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