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Why Won't Verizon Release Me From My Contract?

Anita Bah's mother can't get her cell phone to work. Now she wants to switch to a new wireless carrier. If only it were so easy. Question: I'm writing on behalf of my mother. Her Verizon phone does not work properly. There's a defect in the storage capability. Show More Summary

Stopping Structured Settlement Predators for Good This Time

"And here I sit so patiently Waiting to find out what price You have to pay to get out of Going through all these things twice" -- Bob Dylan "I was there when it happened And so I guess I ought to know" -- Johnny Cash As Terrence McCoy of the Washington Post has noted, structured settlement purchasers are back. Show More Summary

Dr. Scott Mindel: Get Rid of All Your Doubts, Be Physically and Mentally Ready for Your Dreams

This is part of the #CareerAdvice series - featuring successful professionals who share their advice to people who would want to take their career to the next level. "Be prepared to fight for your dream, and if there was anything that the upcoming generations should know, whether they're in medicine or business or art. Show More Summary

Dr. Scott Mindel: Get Rid of All Your Doubts, Be Physically and Mentally Ready for Your Dreams

"Be prepared to fight for your dream, and if there was anything that the upcoming generations should know, whether they're in medicine or business or art. Be committed to whatever you're doing and do it 100% because how you do anything is how you do everything." - Dr. Show More Summary

10 Simple Habits That Make Afternoons as Productive as Mornings

Our society is collectively obsessed with morning routines. What is just as important, but often neglected, is how we manage what happens in the middle of the day. When we wake up, our minds are clear, our bodies are rested. High willpower...Show More Summary

10 Simple Habits That Make Afternoons as Productive as Mornings

Our society is collectively obsessed with morning routines. What is just as important, but often neglected, is how we manage what happens in the middle of the day. When we wake up, our minds are clear, our bodies are rested. High willpower gives us the energy to take on the day. Show More Summary

Words Matter in the Paris Climate Agreement

Words matter. This is especially true for the Paris Agreement on climate change to be concluded this December. Businesses and investors have a clear stake in the words in the agreement and in the political commitment behind them, which will underpin the policy certainty they need to build the low-carbon economy. Show More Summary

Organizations Warming Up to Boomerang Employees

What is your organization's stand on boomerang employees; i.e. those who voluntarily left your employ, but subsequently ask to return? According to recent research we conducted with WorkplaceTrends.com, data shows a changing mindset about hiring boomerang employees. Show More Summary

5 Ways Finding the Right Fiverr Gig is Like Finding the Right Realtor and How Not to Be Frustrated by Either!

Originally written for and published on HuffPost. Hear me out: Fiverr does not have to be a total waste of time despite what you may have heard or experienced.  (If this is Greek to you, Fiverr is an online marketplace to outsource business...Show More Summary

Stop Imitating, Start Creating

Copycats and cheap imitators are everywhere online. Just because the Internet has made it easy to stalk your 'competition' doesn't mean you should dive head-first into implementing their strategies. Here are ten reasons to stop imitating and start creating! 1. Show More Summary

Building Your Child's Credit History

Copyright: snejana moos via Shutterstock As back-to-school season is wrapping up, many parents have equipped their kids with the supplies they will need for the upcoming year. However, many have likely forgot to pack a tool their child may be in desperate need of -- a credit card. Show More Summary

Ready to Ditch the Training Wheels?

It had been another really long day. After a night of broken sleep, I had worked through the morning and was headed into an afternoon of meetings. Then the call from daycare came. My infant son was sick (again!) and I needed to pickShow More Summary

On The 75th Birthday Of The 1940 Act, A Reminder Of The F-Word's Power

September is here and there is no better season to celebrate the F word: F, in this case, for the fiduciary standard. For one thing, the month of September has just launched. The Institute for the Fiduciary Standard has christened this...Show More Summary

Return to Cities Fuel New Lifestyle Brands

Americans, for the past decade or so, have put aside their centuries-old skepticism about cities, and have been moving back to urban centers. According to the U.S. Census, close to 270 million Americans now live in cities, a number that has been increasing steadily. Show More Summary

Job Etiquette: How to Survive a Layoff

In work, as in life, the only certainty we have is change. If your company downsizes and you find yourself without a job, there are a few steps to consider as you plan for your next opportunity. Request assistance. Ask your boss or the HR department for a letter stating you were "laid off," rather than fired. Show More Summary

12 Quick and Effective Tips to Resolve Work Place Conflict

1. Maintain your cool. Thomas Jefferson said: "Nothing gives one so much advantage over another as to remain always cool and unruffled under all circumstances." Many times work place conflict is impossible to avoid; however, you can stop its escalation by maintaining your cool in the eye of the storm. Show More Summary

When the Unbalanced Life Is Worth Living

There's been an unexpected fallout from the New York Times' recent critique of Amazon's corporate culture: the ACLU followed up the story with a $30,000 full page ad in the Seattle Times soliciting potential clients among Amazon employees...Show More Summary

Why Do So Many Gen Zers Seem to Lack That Old-Fashioned 'Critical Thinking?'

Why are today's young people (those of Gen Z, born 1990-1999,) not better at "thinking on their feet" -- learning, problem solving, and decision making in their own heads without a device? What managers tell us regularly in our interviews...Show More Summary

The Myth and Reality of Your Organization's Culture

"We don't do that stuff." "What stuff?" I inquired to the person in the next seat. Truthfully, I knew what he meant. I had just responded to his question about what I do with my standard elevator speech about helping leaders build cultures that deliver positive results in a world of accelerating change. Show More Summary

FirstImpression is Changing the Online Advertising Industry Forever

I sat down with Roy Peleg, CEO and Almog Even, Chief Web Officer of FirstImpression, a company which began in Israel, and one that specializes in ad placement and offers a revolutionary solution for online advertising. FirstImpression...Show More Summary

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