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Why You Should Stop Using To-Do Lists (and What to Do Instead)

Would you describe yourself as over-worked and under-productive? Many entrepreneurs and B2B owners would lump themselves under that category with the excuse: "It's just the nature of what we do," but it doesn't have to be that way. "Work...Show More Summary

More Human Then Human: AI as a Competitive Advantage

"More Human than Human" is a slogan from the iconic novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Phillip K Dick, and memorialized in the film Blade Runner. If you want an honest vision of what the future of artificial intelligence could be--good, bad and ugly Blade Runner is a realistic start. Show More Summary

Entrepreneurship in the British Virgin Islands with Stedman Graham

I recently had the distinct pleasure to present my Identity Leadership Program in Tortola, British Virgin Islands (BVI) where the business community is called on to display their gifts and their talents under the theme, "Innovation through...Show More Summary

5 Business Lessons You Can Learn from Fitness Entrepreneur Chalene Johnson

Chalene Johnson is a legend of the fitness world. After selling over 10 million fitness DVDs and the success of her company Powder Blue Productions, she has become a model for how to become successful in the world of fitness. AnyoneShow More Summary

Closing Walls & Ticking Clocks? Five ways to build Operational Elasticity

Memorial Day is around the corner and holidays are time for reflection. The downtime brings rest, rejuvenation & perspective. Time, during this period, can be a bit more 'elastic' with low Task Saturation. In this reflective period,Show More Summary

How Game of Thrones and Startups Are Similar

Spring time means the dawn of birds chirping, bees buzzing, and Game of Thrones characters dying. The hit HBO series, Game of Thrones, features a variety of families fighting politically and physically in game to capture the Iron Throne. Show More Summary

A Dubious Benefit: Big Employers Steer Workers to Troubled For-Profit Colleges

American Airlines tells its workers that one of the employee benefits for which they are eligible is "career development training," and an internal employee benefits web page lists American's "learning partners and other sources forShow More Summary

On Implementing an Innovation Plan with Steve Sponseller

My friend Steve Sponseller is an Innovation Strategist and an Intellectual Property attorney. During the past 25 years, Steve has worked with over 1000 innovators at a wide variety of technology companies - from startups to the larger...Show More Summary

8 Small Things People Use To Judge Your Personality

The human brain is hardwired to judge. This survival mechanism makes it very hard to meet someone without evaluating and interpreting their behavior. While we tend to think that our judgments are based on the content of conversations and other obvious behaviors, the research says otherwise. Show More Summary

How You Might Be Undermining Yourself and Hurting Your Career

As a woman, are you making yourself known in a professional, positive manner and leaving an imprint? Are you aware of the non-verbal, verbal, interactive, and communicative cues that you are giving that could be undermining you? Do you...Show More Summary

New Law Firm Monitor for Zenith: Like the Old One, It Represented Corinthian

The U.S. Department of Education announced today it has "accepted" the law firm Squire Patton Boggs as the new "independent monitor" for Zenith Education Group. Zenith is a division of the non-profit debt collection company ECMC, which,...Show More Summary

How Technology Hijacks People's Minds

From a Magician and Google's Design Ethicist I'm an expert on how technology hijacks our psychological vulnerabilities. That's why I spent the last three years as a Design Ethicist at Google caring about how to design things in a way...Show More Summary

Not Every Niche Is Sexy

Lessons from following your passion in business and finding your specialization in a crowded market Executive, Venture Capitalist, & Entrepreneur Gary Voight shares lessons from his 40 years in business. Many will tell you that the best way into business is to start off in sales. Show More Summary

Six Words That Will Calm Your Nerves

When you speak for a living, you get all kinds of questions. One of the most common questions has to do with conquering the fear known as "stage fright." One of my answers to how one addresses that fear is this: "Do anything a few thousand...Show More Summary

Why More U.S. Retailers Have Yet to Upgrade for EMV

It's been six months since retailers were required to upgrade their POS systems so that they'll accept EMV, aka that new credit card with the chip. While there a several benefits of EMV, mainly lessening fraud and hacking, not all retailers have embraced the technology. Show More Summary

Why France's New Rule About No Email on Weekends Is a Bad Idea

You may have heard the news that France has introduced new legislation named "The Right to Disconnect", mandating that companies create formal rules specifying the hours when employees aren't supposed to send or receive email. For most companies, this will likely mean limiting email in evenings and weekends. Show More Summary

5 Reasons Why Remote Management Improves Your Sales Teams

Remote working is on the rise, with 37% of US workers now working from home on occasion. This has forced businesses to change the way they operate. For the first time, managers are having to come to terms with the fact that their sales teams could be working from home. It can be done, but it requires some planning. Show More Summary

5 Tips to Stand Out in a Crowded Job Market

Let's say you are applying for a new job. You have a professional resume, a complete LinkedIn profile, letters of recommendation and you have lots of experience for the position you are applying to. You fill out the job application perfectly,...Show More Summary

What's Your Leadership Style? 3 Questions to Ask

Do you want to be an inspiring leader, but are afraid of becoming an obnoxious boss? Many of the professional women I speak with tell me they feel they are ready to become better leaders, but they don't know where to start. They struggle with an underlying fear of being labeled inflexible, difficult... Show More Summary

How to Bring a Little SEO to Your Press Release

The right news release can go a long way in promoting any company and any story. One of the great things about press releases today is that even if they don't get picked up by a specific reporter, they are great promotional tools that...Show More Summary

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