It's easy for busy ambitious people to get lost in the day, week and even the month. Heck, I know people who are so driven they blink and a whole year is gone. I have no issue with being driven and productive.
I’m really interested in the emotional and psychological side of customer service and customer experience. As a result, I’m always on the look out for new and interesting research findings that can inform
If you read my Forbes article “Move Over, Resume, You’ve Been Replaced,” you understand why your bio (I call it a 3D brand bio) is the most powerful personal branding tool you have. And in the digital
In a note on Tuesday, Steve Englander, Global Head of G10 FX Strategy at Citi, argues that every major foreign exchange trade in place right now is a carry trade. Simply put, a carry trade is one where
As we shake off the summer malaise and head into fall, it's the perfect time to read some motivational and insightful business books. And there's no shortage of good material. Coming out in the next two
In my market analysis, often an ETF or stocks are not included because there is no favorable risk entry point. A poor entry level generally causes the worst losses whether you are an investor or trader.
Buffett is undoubtedly the most successful investor in history. His investment philosophy is no secret, and he has repeatedly shared bits and pieces of it through a lifetime of quips and memorable quotes.
Even now, he still spends about 80% of his day reading. "Look, my job is essentially just corralling more and more and more facts and information, and occasionally seeing whether that leads to some action,"
Most people get excited that Friday is here, especially if the week has been hectic and packed. But often Fridays can seem like a waste (especially before holidays). Your brain, in anticipation of the
In his book "A Random Walk Down Wall Street," Burton Malkiel takes on a number of investing strategies, axioms, truisms, and superstitions. The central premise of Malkiel's book is that low-cost index
Turnover rates are rising. How can you keep the economy from stealing away your best people? We all know about the importance of employee retention, so then why are so many companies so bad at keeping
Ken Norton is a product partner at Google Ventures where he advises startups on product management and also helps organize workshops. Congratulations, a product has found its product manager. Perhaps joining
smashingmagazine.com - Former Smashing Editor Melanie completed her degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Otago University, and is now freelancer and part-time politician. … More about Melanie…