We can’t be strong in all areas, after all. So, when considering your sales ability, your public-speaking savvy, your weight problem, choose just one.
Recruiting Expert Maia Josebachvili shares how to measure HR using something called ELTV, or ’employee lifetime value.”
The speaker and author recently reflected on the ‘2 X 4’ day when life hit him over the head with the realization of the new direction he needed to go in.
Sharing what he knows, this contributor has found, helps people connect with him, making them more likely to become paying customers.
For starters: If you want to be more creative, you aren’t going to get there if your brain is constantly fighting off negative stress hormones.
“Aha” is certainly nice to hear from your customers. But reaching a true, long-term engagement with them: That’s the holy grail.
How Airbnb, Twitter, Skillshare, Buffer and Squarespace create and maintain great company cultures.
To be successful, entrepreneurs must conquer these five fears before they find success.
Want to grow your revenue by that amazing an amount? Here are one company’s strategies.
“The best companies are deliberate about culture,” the head of HubSpot wrote. “They design it and defend it.”
Digital marketing moves too fast to learn it in school. So drop out and take over your education, yourself.
There are only so many hours in the day. Here’s how to get some of them back.
Did you know that hockey great Wayne Gretzky once tried his hand at coaching and, um, didn’t do so well? That was a lesson in knowing when to change direction.
Millennial home ownership rates have fallen faster than any other groups. Why? Millennials want to travel — and drink gourmet coffee.
The majority of millionaires are self-made. And they have a different way of thinking. Here is how to think the way they do.
How Steve Jobs, Henry Ford, and Walt Disney turned failing businesses into some of the largest companies in the world.
As one prominent author wrote, “Entrepreneurs don’t finish when we are tired. We finish when we are done.”
Highly successful entrepreneurs stay organized and focused by following a routine. Are you one of them?
Hint: Working 16-hour days is definitely not the answer.
One thing for certain: Kim K knows how to market herself. Ever think you’d take pointers from someone like her?
Entrepreneurs following their passion succeed far more often than entrepreneurs who are in it for the money.
The technology to bring virtual reality into the ecommerce world is here and ready to be implemented. Entrepreneurs just have to be ready for it.
Personality and charm, not external power or authority, are what count most for the “it factor.”