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Paying College Athletes: Take Two

Last week an article ran in the Huffington Post that cited several economists, all affirming that big-time football and basketball colleges had more than enough money in their athletics departments to pay student athletes. Mistakenly, I was lumped in with that group. Show More Summary

Women in Business: Teresa Scott, Founder, Kennedy Scott

In 1989 Teresa Scott launched Kennedy Scott Training & Development, as a subsidiary of the Principals marketing and Design group, acquiring the company outright in 1991, where she remains as sole-owner manager. Teresa has grown Kennedy...Show More Summary

Women in Business: Theresa Roemer

Theresa Roemer is the CEO of Theresa Roemer, LLC and a small business owner who specializes in business philanthropy. She owns several home goods companies in Houston, Texas and is a partner in Roemer Oil. As an expert in business philanthropy,...Show More Summary

Unloose Spring in Your Organization

Spring is upon us and change is in the air. On the college campus where I work, cabin feverish students are ahead of the trend. With snow barely a memory, they're wearing shorts, drinking iced coffee, and using the vaguely soggy grass...Show More Summary

Meet Our First "Grow Your Value" Finalists

I know it is not an easy task to put yourself out there, but I assure you that the exercise is one that will help you grow your confidence from the inside out. Today we announced the three AMAZING finalists for the first "Grow Your Value" bonus competition. Show More Summary

Give 3 Reasons Why Your Business Is On Social Media

LinkedIn and Myspace were born in 2003. In 2004 came Facebook; followed by Twitter (2006), Pinterest (2010), Instagram (2010) and G+ (2011). Fifteen years ago it was inconceivable that the majority of people around the globe would be engaged in one, if not all, of these social media platforms. Show More Summary

Keep Calm and Git 'em Done

You have about two weeks left before your taxes are due; here are some quick tips to getting 'em done, getting any refund you are due quicker, and setting yourself up for next year. Locate your favorite and trusted tax resource. Whether...Show More Summary

TheFuturein5 Episode 25: Why This Time It's Different

Recently, during the question and answer session of a keynote address I gave at the Staffing Industry Analyst's Conference on the freelancer economy, I was asked, "Why is it different this time?" The attendee clarified the question by saying change is always here -- it is the only constant. Show More Summary

The Art of Asking

"Well done is better than well said." -- Benjamin Franklin, American Statesman (1706-1790) What does this mean? It means asking for something: a raise, a promotion, a recommendation or asking for help. The word is simple, but the action is not. Show More Summary

5 Ways to File Your Taxes With Less Stress

Even with years of experience, the process of reviewing your records and filing your tax return can be stressful. With the April 15 tax deadline getting close, consider trying these five strategies that may help you lower your 2014 taxes, enhance your retirement readiness and help you get more organized for 2015. 1. Show More Summary

Why We Need More Senior Women Leaders in Tax

It's hard to ignore the mounting evidence that more gender-balanced leadership teams correlate with better business performance - and the tax profession is no exception. Some intriguing research suggests that companies with a critical mass of women in top financial and leadership roles are less prone to engage in tax evasion or accounting fraud. Show More Summary

Social Media as a Business Stepping Stone

LinkedIn and Myspace were born in 2003. In 2004 came Facebook; followed by Twitter (2006), Pinterest (2010), Instagram (2010) and G+ (2011). Fifteen years ago it was inconceivable the majority of people around the globe would be engaged in one, if not all, of these social media platforms. Show More Summary

Swimming With the 'Sharks': Barbara Corcoran Shares the Three Traits of Successful Business Leaders

They say that the meek shall inherit the earth. Not in New York City. In New York City, Barbara Corcoran says, sometimes "you have to be a little pushy." Hard to believe, but the street smart, assertive Corcoran wasn't always so bold...Show More Summary

'Give Me a Break!' 11 Most Overlooked Tax Deductions and Credits

Charitable donations, check. Student loan interest, check. Major medical expenses -- you've got a receipt for every doctor's visit. With less than a month to go until Tax Day, you're probably zeroing in on anything that could help lower...Show More Summary

Minnesota Supreme Court Denies Globe University's Petition for Appeal in Whistleblower Ruling

Last week the Minnesota Supreme Court denied Globe University's petition for an appeal of the decision in former dean Heidi Weber's whistleblower lawsuit against the school. This marks the end of the line for Globe University officials...Show More Summary

Now We Know Why Huge TPP Trade Deal Is Kept Secret From The Public

A key section of the secret Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement has been leaked to the public. The New York Times has a major story on the contents of the leaked chapter and it's as bad as many of us feared. Now we know why...Show More Summary

Andrew Pickup: Actively Seek Bigger Challenges for Broader Experiences

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. He advocates that anyone who wants to take their careers to the next...Show More Summary

10 Tips for a Clutter-Free Desk

Photography by BRITTANY AMBRIDGE OK, so your desk isn't exactly promoting productivity. Likely story. These tricks and tips will transform your grimy desk into one that's joyfully inviting. Photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK 1. Never let junk mail hit your desk. We know it's easier said than done. Show More Summary

How to Work Less And Achieve More

We all have 24 hours a day, but why do some people get more accomplished than others? Why do some real estate investors have a system in place within a few weeks while others struggle for more than a year? Why do some score their first...Show More Summary

Did You Know That "Farchitecture" Is a Thing?

The Cool Kids is a HuffPost series documenting creative humans shaping present day society with their work and outlook. Natasha Case | CEO | Coolhaus Natasha Case is a self described big picture, bohemian thinker that enjoys taking risks. Show More Summary

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