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We are, as they say, live: 7 Important Examples of How Markets Can Fail Not sure what happened, but the second paragraph of the introduction to the column is missing. It should be: 7 Important Examples of How Markets...

The Power of Leading By Example (It Works!)

Food & Drink / Vegetarian & Vegan : Happy Herbivore

Recently, Alisha wrote me a beautiful email testimonial to the power of leading by example (which I'm always preaching). Alisha allowed me to repost her email here; I hope you enjoy it and find a little inspiration! ----------------...

Leading by Example

Food & Drink / Vegetarian & Vegan : Happy Herbivore

My advice is always to lead by example. I find that is the best way to inspire real change in others. I've tried other methods in the past, including shoving information down someone's throat, but none of it worked as well as merely...

William B. Bradshaw: Flammable or Inflammable

Business & Finance : Huffington Post: Business Blog

"Inactive" means not active; ""incapable" means not capable; "inseparable" means not separable; and on and on the examples go. It doesn't make sense that "inflammable" means flammable. But we need to keep in mind that it's not alway...

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Business & Finance : Forbes: Business

Bigger is not always better when it comes to succeeding in business. Who, for example, makes the most money producing tires?  It's not Bridgestone, the industry's global scale leader. Germany's Continental AG takes home three times ...


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