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The 9 Top Sales & Marketing Conferences You Won't Want to Miss in 2017

For any marketer looking to grow their network, these 9 sales and marketing conferences deserve a spot on your 2017 calendar.

Here's Good Advice You Can Learn from a Lobster

When your life becomes confining and it's time to expand and grow, take a lesson from a lobster. Use stress and discomfort to help you cast off the old and make way for the new.

Should You Fight Age Bias By Only Showing Your Last 15 Years On Your Resume?

Old people. The problem with them is there's just so much...well...experience... You know I'm kidding. But it raises a good point - should older workers looking for their next opportunity show all of their work history and graduation dates from...

4 Things You Should Do at the End of Every Meeting

If you're tired of meetings that are unproductive wastes of time, do these four things at the end of your sit-downs and actually get things done.

Chasing Perfection: An Inside Look at How a Top NASCAR Crew Chief Leads a High Performance Team

Crew chief Alan Gustafson and the #24 team of Chase Elliott allowed me behind the scenes for the last race of the 2016 NASCAR season. I found out leading a race team is a lot like running a business... except for the fact that millions of fans examine your every move.

Open Offices: The Jury Has Returned

I’ve never liked open offices. Never. I remember the first time my CEO announced that we’d all be giving up our private offices. A part of me felt like I was about to lose my home. The next step? Goodbye...

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The Sixty-Seventh Combat Support Hospital, located 250 miles northwest of Baghdad, was not like most hospitals. For starters, the doctors carried guns. As officers in the U.S. Army, the physicians were required to wear sidearms, which were deposited in a lockbox before every shift. Show More Summary

7 Phrases that Scream Lack of Confidence (and Make You Look Weak)

These 7 phrases will undermine your confidence and make you look weak in the workplace. Avoid them and boost your confidence and reputation.

Scientists Just Put an Ant on a Treadmill (and the Business Implications Are Huge)

Held delicately in place with dental floss, one little ant on a Styrofoam ball could change robotics--and business--forever.

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Sherlock: Season 4. But only if you're seen the previous seasons. Do your homework.

10 Jobs With the Highest Suicide Rates

Every job has its own share of stress. Some of the things that make a job stressful are high client demand, long working hours and the emotional trauma...

Dilemma of the Month: Holding Exempt Employee Accountable

Last year, we hired someone to run our small business, and we paid him very well. However, he was always coming in late, taking Fridays off, calling in sick, having car trouble and dentist appointments, etc. He was an exempt employee, so we kept paying him as if he was there all the time. Show More Summary

Social Media Won’t Make You Smarter, So Why Do It?

...the Kardashians of the world never put food on YOUR table. This original article was written by Steve DiGioia. We read statements like these all the time – connect with me on LinkedIn, follow me on Twitter, like my Facebook page…blah, blah, blah. Show More Summary

Washington or Lincoln?

Since today is Presidents' Day in the United States, let's consider a classic question that can spark no small amount of debate. George Washington and Abraham Lincoln are commonly regarded as the two greatest presidents. Which one would you say was the greatest?

Zillow CEO: How My Annual Review Went

Even CEO's have areas in which they can improve their leadership skills.

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