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You know the feeling. You're in a meeting, and your eyes hurt because you've been rolling them at people who keep talking about nothing. You wonder if they have any consideration for other people's time.
With a new year nearly upon us, it's a great time to get inspired about the future, your vision, your goals and executing on those goals. I'm so grateful for all of the inspiration I've gotten from leaders,
An oil and gas company in the UK was paying its Saudi and other suppliers $3 billion to $4 billion a year, using a letter of credit from its bank, said David Desharnais, chief marketing officer at Traxpay.
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Between wrangling children, walking dogs, and checking email, your early hours might be more crazed than calm. Carve out some a.m. tranquility (and productivity) with these steps. Mornings are a great