We are triggered to say yes all the time to things we don't want. Savvy sales people and marketing professionals have a few tricks up their sleeves to sell you, and if you know what they are, you can avoid falling into the trap by embracing the power of no.
At a time when it seems as if the world is on fire, I am so proud and incredibly thankful to be living in the greatest country in the world. America may not be perfect -- but it is a country that offers unprecedented freedoms, abundance and liberties to all, second to none!
With the online market being as crowded as it is, some enterprising millennials are taking things offline and outside -- all while ditching the baggage that comes with running a traditional brick and mortar shop.
Silicon Valley is known for a lot of positive things, but there's clearly a negative sentiment from outsiders. The question is, does Silicon Valley want to fix this image problem?
Now don't get me wrong, there is no substitute for the experience, knowledge, and wisdom of an experienced bankruptcy attorney. But for decades people have been filing out their own bankruptcy petitions, because they can. The forms were not geared for the average person to easily figure out.
Do you have a big interview coming up, for a job or a new client or something else altogether? It can be pretty scary, but there are ways to conquer your interview anxiety. These tips may help.
Opportunities beget opportunities. You're featured on this blog and now they want you on that one. You're interviewed on this podcast and suddenly 3 more popular shows want to talk with you. You befriend a top name in your field and now other industry leaders return your emails and phone calls.
The current controversy over the proposal by the U.S. Department of Labor to impose a fiduciary standard on those who advise retirement plans has little to do with the rule's merit. Rather, I believe it's at issue because stockbrokers are the beneficiaries of a cozy system that permits them to have conflicts of interest which are not disclosed to their clients.
Since I'm single and haven't been to the doctor in years, I've always chosen the cheapest option, which offers low coverage. I'm getting older, though, and next year I'd like to take better care of myself, starting with a checkup, without going broke. How can I choose a health plan that's right for me?
With the new Bond film Spectre newly released, many of us are gripped with anticipation and what the next instalment holds. So what brand lessons can we learn from big film franchises like Bond that we can apply to our businesses?