Leaders should avoid doing there three things when addressing the public. Great leaders learn from others mistakes as much as their own. Which is why leaders should use Trump's national emergency declaration
We all have a set of beliefs--an attitude--about money. Most of us hardly think about how we came to those beliefs, but they stem from our childhood and are hard-wired by the time we're adults. Your money
Is your marketing focus product-centric or customer-centric? If you only sell products, it's time to realize that times have changed. With a wealth of products now available, customers look for the most
It's no secret that the beauty industry is defying gravity...some even say it's Amazon-proof. While the retail sector has been devastated by a record number of bankruptcies and store closures since the
When I wasn't in a sterile corporate environment during the day, I was living the bohemian dream among the country's most magical musical community. I tour managed through North America and Europe, and
What separates high-performing teams from average ones? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer
These leaders are paving the way for a more diverse Silicon Valley. Tim Cook is arguably the most prominent LGBTQ+ person in tech, but he isn't the only one. • There are LGBTQ+ identifying individuals
Businesses owners that are selling say they're worried about the future of the economy. The years-long hot market for businesses may start to cool, perhaps as soon as this year. That's the finding of survey
As the world becomes more and more digital, entrepreneurs (from the aspiring to the serial) become equally as empowered. Accessing target markets, building customer loyalty, providing services, shipping
No matter what industry you're in, design is essential to your success. Whether it's physical product design, website design or the design of your various marketing assets, every business leader needs
There are quite a few gadgets you could use for taking notes at a meeting. I've seen quite a few Apple iPads lately, and the Microsoft Surface tablet is a common accoutrement at conference room tables.
Annual reviews set your employees up for long-term success; here's why core values should play a key role in the process. It's review season again at Zillow Group -- a time when employees discuss performance
What do you do when sales for your flagship product starts to slow down? If you're Tim Cook, you switch tactics. In recent months, Apple has been shaking up its operations with high-profile hires, job
The path to starting a business is always fairly similar. You have expertise, you see a gap in the marketplace and you develop a plan to serve that market. It's what we all do afterward where we diverge.
The best leaders understand that leadership and management aren't the same thing. I was scanning Twitter this past week and I came across these great tweets by Michael Seibel at Y Combinator. These tweets
Unread work emails can quickly get out of control. There are countless hacks and advice on how to do email inbox management right. Barbara Corcoran got so overwhelmed by receiving 800 emails a day that
Every leader knows they need to encourage a culture of professional growth at their company. A big part of that, of course, is understanding the skill gaps your executive team may have that need to be
Mogul rapper Jay-Z is worth a half billion. In a classic Power 105.1 The Breakfast Club interview, he gives why most artists don't get paid their worth In my new book Bring Your Worth, I share the ways
Get more buzz and engagement with these unicorn tips! Want more social media buzz for your brand or business? Here are my 7 best tips for getting more social engagement and social traffic in 2019. 1. a
Want to make more money? Negotiate. Want to get a better price with a vendor? Negotiate. Want to hire that rock star new hire? Yup, you guessed it....negotiate. Over the past 25 years, I have helped thousands
Do you ever feel like no matter how hard you try, you can't convince people to see things from your perspective? Have you ever struggled to get someone to change his or her behavior? Wouldn't it be great
96% of people fail to achieve their stated goals. Want to become one of the 4% who do? Andy Bailey, an Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO) member in Nashville, is an author, CEO and head coach of business
It would have been nice if you'd planned for it, but you didn't. Your three-day weekend was fabulous, thanks, and you enjoyed the holiday with friends and family and extra sleep. But now that the four-day
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Any time an owner thinks about selling their business, it's natural that they hope that nirvana occurs: a bidding war. The idea is that the more potential buyers who get involved in the bidding, the higher
There's absolutely nothing harder or more important for any entrepreneur to learn than how to listen, carefully and effectively. To everyone in your life - family, friends, and peers. And to everyone your
Being mean to others isn't going to win you any leadership points, guaranteed. But self-compassion is a key factor for success, too. Without it, as you hit the inevitable failures that come with experimenting
Technology is incredibly useful. Technology enables my speaking business and training company to be 100 percent paperless. My to-do lists, meeting notes, brainstorms, client contracts, etc. are all digital.
Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. I'm tired of it. You likely are, too. When it happens, it's hard to know what it really means. hard
Don't limit yourself to Black History Month. Here's how to reach African-American customers year-round. According to the United States Census Bureau, in 2015, there were 46.3 million African Americans