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As the CEO you are asking "I know we have a security program. But is it enough to protect my business?" That is a valid question.
A new type of corporation is rising in prominence in the United States (US) and globally, the B-corp or Benefits Corporation. At least 24 states currently allow B-corps in the US, including my own...
It’s something every bouncer knows. Get women in the door, and men will follow—in droves. That’s because every smart marketer knows attracting both male and female consumers is a must. The ge...
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We sometimes wonder if we’ve learned anything at all from our first paying job. Sure, we earned some money, but did that first job teach us anything? To have perspective, you must have something to...
Look around you and you’ll see three kinds of people – those who hate their work, and complain bitterly, those who just tolerate their work and see it as a paycheck and aren’t looking for more (or ...
My answer to whether the risk is worth taking is, it depends. Here are four recommendations I’d make to anyone who is contemplating making a really radical life or business change.
Companies that want to grow, improve, challenge the status quo, and avoid stagnancy need curious people. That’s all there is to it. It should be a core part of your business strategy.
Does feeling better about ourselves through social media truly enhance our self-esteem? The number of followers, likes, favorites and re-tweets may create a false sense of validation.
What do the best and most successful presentations having in common? No, it's not what you think. Many successful presentations can actually be un-entertaining, boring, and convoluted.
If we agree leadership is an organization’s competitive advantage, there is a salient formula to allow us to understand, and I believe predict which leaders will be successful.
As someone who started my first social venture at 24, it is hard not to look back on my own career and wish someone had told me about the unglamorous aspects of entrepreneurship.
Investing in women without deep, local understanding of what women want may prove ineffectual, or at worst, aggravate the challenges facing women.