Networking is a mindset and flows from a place of intentionality. Part of that intentionality can come from the simple practice of smiling, and part of it can come in a smart way to do email introductions.
This Entrepreneur Used Social Media to Build an International Brand. Here Are 5 Things You Can Learn From Him
When you hear the word 'law', a lot of things come to mind. More than likely, none of those things are the phrase 'social media', but that didn't stop this California lawyer from using the power of social
The federal R&D tax credit allows qualified small businesses to claim up to $250,000 per fiscal year. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. 175,000 -- that's the current number
A common way to clarify what you want in life is by imagining yourself on your death bed. Similarly, Dr. Stephen Covey invites readers of 7 Habits of Highly Effective People to imagine their own 80th party.
I've coached a lot of leaders over the years and personally witnessed some truly counter-productive leadership behaviors. Some examples: Leaders that lack the self-awareness to solicit feedback and consult
It can charge iPads too. Despite Apple finally releasing phones with wireless charging, the technology has actually been around for several years. And the fact is, charging via a pad is still kind of pain
If you enjoy reviewing your cycle rides, runs or hikes in Strava, a new app lets you do this in augmented reality. Fitness AR projects a 3D terrain map of your path onto a table-top, and allows you to
Boundless is a Seattle based startup addressing the enormous issue of applying for immigrant status in the US. Founder Xiao Wang came to the US over when he was young from China. “My family spent five
When I was pregnant for the first time, I read what I thought to be one of the greatest perspectives on eating during pregnancy. Nina Planck, author of "Real Food" and "Real Food for Mother and Baby,"
I'm 24 and came out of school with $80,000 in college loans. I've been luckier than most of my friends and have a full-time job, but I'm wondering whether I should pay off my loans before I start saving
An important part of self-confidence and self-care is learning to show appreciation for others rather than blaming yourself. Too many people say “sorry” when that’s not what they really mean! As an exercise,
These common questions may feel clichéd, but there’s a reason why recruiters keep asking them. Some interview questions lead to eye rolls by just thinking about them: “Where do you see yourself in five
What to do after you upgrade iOS 11 is available, officially, today. It's coming to every iPhone and iPad made in the past few years, and chances are, you're going to upgrade. When you install it on your
One sure path to power is through such means as coercion, deception, force, and disregard for people. It is how many organizations operate, and, yes, they prove to be profitable. But we've entered a new
Being from the 21st century and a part of the millennial era, virtually everything is going mobile. Whether it’s getting a lift on the countless ride sharing apps like Uber, making a late night dinner
79 Percent of Employees Quit Because They're not Appreciated. Try These 4 Things Before You Say Good-Bye
Feathers were ruffled. People from all around the globe reacted to a post I wrote last week about how anger can destroy your career. It wasn't a surprise. Numerous studies spotlight an increasingly ugly
In the future, said Andy Warhol, everyone will be bionic for fifteen minutes. I’m paraphrasing, but it looks like a Portuguese company called Nuada is about to give us that opportunity. Created by Filipe