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Dr. Travis Bradberry

6 Things Great Leaders Do Differently

Dr. Travis Bradberry | February 13, 2016 | Business
Great leadership can be a difficult thing to pin down and understand. You know a great leader when you're working for one, but even they can have a hard time articulating what it is that makes their leadership so effective.
Stacey Alcorn

Samantha DeBianchi - Million Dollar Mindset

Stacey Alcorn | February 13, 2016 | Business
Samantha DeBianchi is the young, thoughtful, business minded real estate professional who quickly grew her real estate business in front of millions of viewers on Bravo's Million Dollar Listing Miami.
Nathan Gardels

Weekend Roundup: Mutiny Against the Status Quo

Nathan Gardels | February 12, 2016 | World
At this stage in the American election season it is far from clear, despite early wins and losses, who the presidential nominees will be. As Julian Baggini writes, what is certain is that America, like much of Europe, is experiencing a mutiny against the status quo. The populist revolt against political and economic elites is spreading across borders everywhere except -- so far -- East Asia, where the prospects of the average person have risen instead of fallen over the past decade. (continued)
Simple. Thrifty. Living.

Best Credit Repair Services Based On Customer Reviews

Simple. Thrifty. Living. | February 13, 2016 | Business
Let's be honest, it can be really hard to figure out whether a credit repair service is going to scam you or not. Many credit repair services aren't exactly forthcoming about predatory practices.
Toby Nwazor

9 Strong Reasons You Should Start a Business in Your Twenties.

Toby Nwazor | February 12, 2016 | Business
At 22 I was working as a staff in a multinational bank, and having the time of my life. Two years later, I quit my job and started my own business.
Max DuBowy

If You're an Entrepreneur, Be Like Amy Schumer

Max DuBowy | February 12, 2016 | Business
Amy is drop-dead hysterical, honest, and an overall class-act. Why should an entrepreneur act like Amy Schumer? The answer may not be obvious.
Allison O'Brien

Audience Attraction for Entrepreneurs

Allison O'Brien | February 12, 2016 | Business
How do you attract your target audience to you, after all, those are where all of the descriptive terms for amazing audience members comes from, right?! I've got a few key strategies here to get you where you need to be to find and fall in love with, your following!
Molly Reynolds

Breaking into the Ad Industry: It's Becoming More About Talent

Molly Reynolds | February 12, 2016 | Business
As a new writer many years back, I submitted work to a studio that was looking for "fresh new talent." I received strong interest from them about a certain piece, which sparked a back and forth that lasted over a period of weeks.
Judith E. Glaser

Self-Expression: The Neuroscience of Co-creation

Judith E. Glaser | February 12, 2016 | Business
We join a company to make a difference, to make a contribution, to be praised and rewarded. We join a company to bring our voice to the table, and 'lean into conversations' so our voices join in the spirit of partnering with others to shape, create and co-create the future.
Kelly Marie Fairchild

The Key to Smart Consumer Spending

Kelly Marie Fairchild | February 12, 2016 | Business
According to a report by the Department of Commerce and U.S. Census Bureau, 2015 was the weakest year for sales growth among retailers since the end of the recession in 2009. We can only hope that this is widely due to the fact that consumers are becoming smarter when it comes to spending.
Claudia Viek

Invest in Women Business Ownership for a Robust Economy

Claudia Viek | February 12, 2016 | Business
Let's face it investing in women-owned businesses translates into wealth creation. Even if the wealth that's created is modest, it means more sustainable household income and healthier communities.
Daniel Threlfall

How to Work from Home and Get Stuff Done While Still Preserving Family Peace and Normal Social Behavior

Daniel Threlfall | February 12, 2016 | Business
Working from home can produce heights of ecstasy and depths of agony.
Jared Genser

At ASEAN Summit, Malaysia's PM Is Foremost Among Crowd of Repressive Dictators

Jared Genser | February 12, 2016 | World
When Obama meets Najib Razak at the ASEAN summit in California, it is time for a new direction in the U.S.-Malaysia relationship. Human rights should return to the fore. Obama must publicly demand the release of prisoners charged with politically motivated crimes. For him to remain silent is tantamount to giving Najib a license to act with impunity.
David Halperin

A New U. of Phoenix? Or Just New TV Ads?

David Halperin | February 12, 2016 | Business
The University of Phoenix, by far the largest for-profit college, has seen a dramatic decline in enrollments and revenues in recent years, as the public has become aware of abuses and poor performance at the school and in its sector.
AJ Agrawal

5 e-commerce trends in 2016

AJ Agrawal | February 12, 2016 | Business
2016 will continue to be an innovator's market, and if you're not adapting and evolving to meet the needs of your customers, then there is a good chance you'll be left behind.
Seamas Egan

Love at First Sight: Leveraging Emojis and Animations to Woo Your Contacts

Seamas Egan | February 12, 2016 | Business
As Valentine's Day approaches, single folks everywhere are scrambling to secure a special someone to spend their day with. Many have been admiring someone from afar but need help making the move from secret admirer to Valentine.
Aylen De Aranza

Five Ways to Network Like a Rockstar (Even When You're an Introvert)

Aylen De Aranza | February 12, 2016 | Business
Does the idea of networking conjure up feelings of anxiety, nervousness or panic? What do you say? Who do you speak to?
Cailen Ascher

How to Make Money Online

Cailen Ascher | February 12, 2016 | Business
There are 576 MILLION ideas out there to inspire you, overwhelm you, guide you, or stop you. But, I can tell you this with 100% certainty. YOU WILL NEVER BE SUCCESSFUL if you don't believe you will be.
Shaniece Bennett

A Simple Step Toward Becoming DCAA Compliant

Shaniece Bennett | February 12, 2016 | Business
DCAA compliance can be an overwhelming task for some small contractors. Some may feel the cost to maintain a compliant accounting system outweigh the benefits. However when a contract award is up for grabs, having an existing DCAA compliant system is like having an insurance policy when you need it most.
Julie Stich

Cupid Aims for Retirement Security

Julie Stich | February 12, 2016 | Business
Though it might not seem like the most romantic topic, getting your partner involved with retirement planning will help secure a financially happy future, for both of you.
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