I've done my fair share of researching what true leadership looks like over the years. What I've found is that all great leaders have one thing in common: They lift up their employees and help them to
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It’s not enough to simply deliver a message. I’m flattered when I get glowing feedback from the audience after a talk. When I deliver a keynote address, I know I need to inspire, entertain, educate and
Today, we are finding out how much money a startup needs to raise to be counted among the best-capitalized new companies in its home state. Why bother with this? Because for states not on the coasts, exercise
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With a net worth of $21.6 billion, he's also one of the world's richest self-made billionaires. Knight might be stepping down as the brand's longtime chairman this year, but his legacy will live on. Here's
1. Blendle, the micropayments app that lets readers pay around 20 cents per individual article online, has just signed up pretty much all the major German newspaper and magazine publishers. It's a big
By Max Ehrenfreund Max Ehrenfreund Reporter Bio Follow Bill Clinton received some criticism this week for his defense of the paid speeches he gave after leaving the White House. "I got to pay our bills,"
Neighborhoods matter. That's the upshot of two fascinating new studies from Harvard economist Raj Chetty and his colleagues. In the 1990s, the federal government launched an experiment, called the Moving
The dynamics of inter-class marriages reveal that money predictably influences the way one goes on to think about with work, emotions, and parenting. Cinderella marries Prince Charming. Aladdin weds Princess
When Target Canada recently decided to shut the doors of its 133 stores around the country, leaving nearly 18,000 people out of work, "what went wrong?" was the question people were asking themselves.
A specialty practice in the field of what is generally considered executive coaching is personal wealth creation. Here, methodologies such as Millionaire Intelligence form the foundation of the efforts.