Jennifer Magnolfi, Founder & Principal Investigator at Programmable Habitats LLC, on how digital work, and the Internet of Things will fundamentally change the how we use the buildings and neighborhoods we work in.
Sales tricks may work a few times but Is it worth being clever if it also seems sleazy?
Halloween is tomorrow. As is traditional here, we start early with "Werewolves of London." Crank it up.
It's about pride in what we do, not about protectionism.
By coming out, Tim Cook sends a powerful message, and pushes diversity and inclusion for everyone.
The economy is recovering, but people have debt to pay off before they can move on--many by court-ordered wage garnishments.
Service listings that is. Personal branding strategy to increase word of mouth Let me tell you the tale of the financial planner….. Hi, I’m Maria Elena and I’m a financial planner. I provide 401Ks, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, SEPS,...Show More Summary
At Muddy Colors, Dan dos Santos looks at some upcoming art books.
During Facebook's third-quarter earnings call, Mark Zuckerberg said he expects to see a rise in video on Facebook.
Do you want to be happy? Truly happy? And what about rich? If you want to be happy and rich, stop looking at what you don’t have and start looking at what you do have. Last week, my Inc colleague, Jeff Haden, wrote an article titled: It Seems No One Is Actually Rich. Or Happy. […]
At the beginning of virtually any job interview you will undoubtedly be asked what are commonly referred to as “warm-up” questions. For example, you might be asked, “Tell me why you think you might be the person for this job?” Or perhaps...Show More Summary
There are lots of things you say you want -- but are you truly going after them? This article may be just the wake-up call you need. The post The Brutal Truth About Why You’re Not Getting What You Want appeared first on Brazen Life.
Some people love to hire jocks. Is that a viable hiring strategy? I'm up over at Fistful of Talent today trying to answer this very question. Bottom line - you can't generalize and there are lots of great hires who...
When you're facing a crisis or scandal, it's up to you to make moral decisions. The question is, are you brave enough?
Let’s say you’re an employer in New York or New Jersey and one of your employees has been exposed to Ebola and is under mandatory quarantine. What are your obligations to the employee? And, frankly, what is your obligation to your remaining staff? Think calmly. Before you have a freak out and start mandating all […]
This is one top 10 list that no entrepreneur should ever strive to join.
How these two important functions can work better together.
Covering is no longer required to succeed at the top.
How predictive analytics has changed national security – and more.
The science of gesturing at work.