In the last article, Marcy Strauss Axelrod, a strategy management consultant who focuses on helping firms grow, provided insight on customer journey maps in a multichannel world (see here). Below, she
Recent research shows that girls start getting the message that they're less than equal when they're children. So kudos to actress and mom Kristen Bell for calling out one of the most insidious sources
We're not talking plant-based. We're talking plants only. For years, five servings of fruits and vegetables seemed to be the benchmark of a healthy diet. No one was eating enough of them. Then, last year,
An education is supposed to prepare you for the future. Traditionally, that meant learning certain facts and skills, like when Columbus discovered America or how to do multiplication and long division.
As a specialist in Alzheimer's prevention, Jessica Langbaum knows that exercising her mental muscles can help keep her brain sharp. But Langbaum, who holds a doctorate in psychiatric epidemiology, has
“So sorry I didn’t get back to you, I have been crazed,” is the most eye-roll inducing response ever. What that statement really says is that I saw your email, but I prioritized other people over you.
For this article, I’m taking a departure from my normal customer service angle. Almost all my speeches focus on customer service and customer experience. Except the one I just finished. I had the pleasure
The key to any successful relationship is effective communication. In the business world, this means trying to understand what consumers and clients are saying, and responding to them in ways that reflect
Simply put, Warren Buffett has a way with words. When it comes to investing, money or even life, the Berkshire Hathaway founder always finds the right words to lend wisdom and inspiration. Here are 10
If you don't want to confuse hiring managers and risk them passing on you for a job because you look like a liar, then be sure to make the Work History sections on your resume and LinkedIn profile identical.
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In the future, Automation will disrupt your job and AI will try to hack your brain—and probably sooner than you think. Historian Yuval Noah Harari (author of Sapiens, and, now, 21 Lessons for the 21st
With an ambitious decentralized platform, the father of the web hopes it’s game on for corporate tech giants like Facebook and Google. Last week, Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, asked
One of the biggest hurdles for any business is training. Sometimes, you’re growing so fast that the idea of stopping the momentum to concentrate on training strategies can feel almost like a step backward
An old friend of mine called me earlier today to discuss his new business idea. I spent a couple of hours helping him flesh it out and create an action plan. However, like most would-be entrepreneurs,
It sounds like a dream comes true. Or is the grass just greener? Working from home is not for everyone – but if you find a job that works for you, it may be your ticket to a more flexible career and lifestyle.
If you build it, they will (probably not) come. What you have to do well in advice, to market your entrepreneurial field of dreams. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You’ve
• Remembering people's names when you meet them, or even after a lengthy separation, can be more difficult for some people than others. • Forgetting names immediately doesn't just happen — there are reasons