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Is Snail Slime the Next Big Thing?

Snails slither into spa scene in Thailand and around world.

4 E-mail Mistakes You Should Never Make

E-mail is one of the best communication tools you can use in business. It can also cause some serious damage if you make these mistakes.

Charity transform empty bank vault into community maker space

3Space have partnered with Barclays Bank to create free community spaces in their disused properties around the UK.

It’s Time To Give Your Employees A Raise

As the U.S. Economy improves, after years of fits and starts, it might be time to consider giving employees a pay boost. Here's how to decide if now's the time.

Use These Microsoft Word Add-Ons to Transform Your Business

Word processing software is so ubiquitous these days that it’s easy to overlook one of the most powerful tools in your small business arsenal, Microsoft Word Add-Ons. Word Add-Ons, or apps as they’ve recently begun to be called, turn an everyday application into a veritable Swiss-army knife that takes your work to a whole new...

Why Great Leaders Always Ask the Right Questions

Although leaders need to cast their vision and do a lot of talking, the very best leaders ask questions... then listen. Here is how you can lead with questions.

Which of These 15 Super Bowl Stereotypes Are You?

Super Bowl XLIX is around the corner, with the 2014 defending champions the Seattle Seahawks pitted against the New England Patriots. In honor of the upcoming game, 5-man entertainment squad Dude Perfect created a funny video from their Stereotypes series portraying the types of people you find at Super Bowl parties. The video features all...

5 Ways to Beat a Seasonal Slump

Cold and gloom got you (and your productivity levels) down? Fight back with these techniques.

NBC Comedy to Look at Life in a Coworking Space

According to Variety, NBC has ordered a pilot of the comedy "Sharing", which it describes as: “Sharing” is a single-camera entry from Universal TV about disparate groups of people who work side-by-side in a shared office space. Jeremy Bronson wrote...

Restaurant Owner Makes Crowdfunding Work For Her

It’s good to dream big. Growing your business, achieving more: these are things every small business owner strives for. But even the best laid plans can hit a snag and get derailed. Restaurant owner Angela Salamanca found herself in this very situation. Salamanca had the dream to expand her Mexican restaurant, Centro. Located in Raleigh,...

3 Super Effective Ways to Manage Your Email

Some of these methods might feel a little reckless, but that probably means they're working.

Google Fiber Is Officially Coming to Four New Cities

If this brand of high-speed Internet inspires anything close to the startup activity it spawned Kansas City, this is great news for local entrepreneurs.

How the Smartest Leaders Cope With Constant Change

Is the rapid pace of our changing world making you dizzy? Here's how to keep your balance.

A (Creative) Culture in Motion

I received this intriguing question recently from a reader; “Do you know where this (Cultural Creative) concept stands today?” Where do we, the Cultural Creatives, stand today? From what I observe, we, and our ways of being and doing, are growing quietly. Show More Summary

Walk Off the Earth Band Gets Record Deal from YouTube

The dream of starting a band used to follow the basic formula. Play locally until you develop a following. Then get a manager. Then make a demo and hope someone discovers you and offers you ‘the big break’. However, with the introduction of the Internet, people can gain worldwide fame without leaving their homes. One...

How to Pay for Your Franchise

You've found a franchise -- great! Now for the difficult part, how do you pay for it?

Tax Time for Your New Business: Here’s What You Can Deduct

If you’re planning to use your personal savings to launch a new business, you’ll be happy to hear that many of the costs you’ll incur are tax deductible.

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