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Writer: MSNBC Boss Aims For the ‘Mushy Center,’ Even Though Liberalism Is More Profitable

For a real-life example of how to succeed in business without really trying, check out the “Lean Forward” channel, suggests The Week’s Ryan Cooper. Cooper asserts that MSNBC is “attempting to ditch its entire brand as a liberal network...Show More Summary

Meet Allan Pollett of AllanPollett.com

When you look at the many different industries and businesses on the internet today, few connect together more seamlessly than the worlds of blogging and SEO. You really can’t have one without the other, whether you are trying to rank in Google or not. Show More Summary

Get Washboard Abs With This 5-Minute, No-Equipment Workout

So many #abgoals, so little time, right? If you're too busy to get to the gym but you're really trying to work your core, then this is the workout for you. In five minutes without any equipment, Barry's Bootcamp trainer Erica Stenz is going to shred your abs and get your midsection stronger than ever with some of her favorite moves. Show More Summary

7 Ways to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Hint: Number One is ‘Get the Work Done’)

You want to be a successful entrepreneur, marketer, businessperson. And you wish it could be easier. Here’s how to make it so. The post 7 Ways to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Hint: Number One is ‘Get the Work Done’) appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Review: Hot to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Marriott Theatre)

Marriott Theatre's How to Succeed in Business looks great. But scratch the surface of strong performances and slick production values, and there’s nothing resembling the human condition – or even a satirical version thereof. Slightly Recommended. (read Catey Sullivan's entire review...)

Lots of laughs, but you can't 'Succeed in Business' without love

The most interesting character in "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," the 1961 musical with the boffo score by Frank Loesser, is not J. Pierrepont Finch, the proto-millennial, ambitious corporate climber with the helpful little book, the cheeky smile and the kind of charm that previously...

4 Traits of a Successful Business

We all know that succeeding in business without really trying simply doesn’t happen, right? Creating a successful company requires focused... The post 4 Traits of a Successful Business appeared first on Lifehack.

New Year's Eve Without My Husband

I tried to to stay positive over the holidays, but failed on Christmas day. I was alone for the day, my scheduling of activities for the cheerfully bereaved having failed when everyone else was busy. And once I get sad, it's really hard...Show More Summary

Robert Morse's daring show 'That's Life' lives on in a Cinefamily salute

Robert Morse has had a remarkable career, making his Broadway debut opposite Ruth Gordon in "The Matchmaker" 60 years ago, earning his first Tony Award in 1962 for the musical "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" and his second in 1990 for his dramatic turn in "Tru." Younger audiences...

How to succeed in business—er, remote IT work—without really trying

There is no cure-all device for tech illiteracy, and you can do better than GoToMyPC.

How to Not Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

I met a girl in a bar. Which is the first and only time I had ever done that. She said, "try this". It was a drink. I tried it. We ordered two more. Then two more. Then two more. then two more. I went to the urine-stenched bathroom. I came back. Show More Summary

Employee Evaluation: Ranking All of Don Draper’s Secretaries

The classic 1960s musical How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (starring Mad Men’s Bert Cooper, actor Robert Morse, in the career-defining lead role) may have declared that “a secretary is not a toy” (with tongue firmly in cheek), but that would have been nothing short of preposterous to... More »

How to seem smart in work email without really trying

Doing your job is a good idea, we guess. But when it comes to climbing the corporate ladder, looking like you’re doing your job is often the more important skill. To succeed in business, you can’t overlook the essential workplace skills of appearing to be a team player, seeming absurdly busy, and, of course, taking […]

Why Business Must Take The Lead In Protecting The Global Internet

“Products don’t really get that interesting to turn into businesses until they have about a billion people using them,” said Mark Zuckerberg in a call with analysts in late October. Imagine trying to get to a billion users without the global Internet. Underlying Mark Zuckerberg’s comment is the simple assumption that the globally united and rapidly expanding Internet… Read More

Tony Watch: Candy Spelling’s Fred Astaire Fantasy; Revenge of the Bunheads

Candy Spelling is in New York this week, promoting her latest autobiography Candy At Last and checking in on the fourth Broadway show she’s taken on, following Promises, Promises; How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying and Nice Work If You Can Get It. Show More Summary

Uneasy Laughs In Porchlight's 'How To Succeed'

Porchlight's 'How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying' is a zany, satirical romp through 1960s office politics. [ more › ]

Porchlight over-achieves in 'How to Succeed'

THEATER REVIEW: "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" by Porchlight Music Theatre ??? THEATER REVIEW: "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" by Porchlight Music Theatre ???... Staging this 1961 musical with a small budget, a tiny orchestra and a rental at Stage 773 is far from an easy assignment.

Time waits for no one

Robert Morse, the actor who plays Bert Cooper on Mad Men was the star of How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, which was a hit musical from the 1960s. It was both a Broadway play and a movie. This came up in a post on Facebook by Michael Swaine. Show More Summary

See for your selfie: A day in the life of actor Michael Urie

Michael Urie was a familiar face as Marc St. James on the television hit "Ugly Betty." As a critically acclaimed star on and off Broadway ("Buyer & Cellar," "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying"), the actor continues toShow More Summary

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