(By Jeff Boss) “Whether it’s a decision, a task or a meeting, too much emotional investment opens the door to greater self-interest, and when self-interest
(By John Jantsch) “A talking logo is made up of two components; part one addresses your target market, and part two addresses the problem your business
(By Julie Bawden Davis) “Spending time together in person allows both parties to make the most intense emotional connection with fewer distractions and misunderstandings, the smile
(By Rieva Lesonsky) “Remember, a competitive analysis isn’t a one-time thing. Now that you know your key competitors inside and out, it’s good practice to keep
(By Laszlo Bock) “Unless you’re applying for a job such as a designer or artist, your focus should be on making your resume clean and legible.
(By Erin Meyer) “In a specific culture, people usually respond well to receiving very detailed and segmented information about what is expected of each of them. If you
(By Julie Bawden Davis) “Many owners casually accept the risks of business ownership while discounting the potential impacts of those risks, such as loss of intellectual
(By Mike Michalowicz) “There are basically three types of meetings: information dissemination, assignments, and idea generation. Let your staff know what type of meeting it is
(By Matthew Toren) “If there’s one mistake I see in how managers communicate with their employees, it’s in their ability to acknowledge a job well done.
(By Steve Tobak) “In a very real sense, we are becoming virtual images of our real-world selves. That would be fine if those personas replicated