Identifying and building relationships with the next big company is something B2B sales teams try to do, but most of them do it inefficiently and ineffectively. This webinar for B2B sales leaders will
Whatever your definition of success (each person's definition of "success" is and should be different), one thing is true for everyone: Success means getting things done. Highly successful people are to
With the release of iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite, Apple has included a new Family Sharing feature that allows multiple users to easily share content and interact with each other. Most notably, Family Sharing
What is an angel investor? How do they invest? What's the difference between an angel investor and a venture capitalist? This presentation answers all these questions, and also includes tips from actual
When you become an entrepreneur, you accept the reality that you will need to have a deep amount of knowledge about a broad range of management and leadership topics (and the most efficient way to empty
You hear it all the time: "Work smart, not hard." At the same time, being a hard worker is considered a desirable trait in an individual. And when you're an entrepreneur, it's a must-have trait for success.
This week, I had the chance to speak with a friend who's created a truly unique design in a product category that has relied on the same basic approach for quite a while now. He's got a prototype, has
You'd think the world of hobbyist mini computers would be full, considering that you've got a choice of Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Beaglebone and even Intel's NUC. That hasn't deterred SolidRun, which is the
Perhaps you've heard of a "not-to-do list." CEOs and productivity experts recommend the idea highly as a huge productivity booster that will help you free up time and headspace for all the things that
Mikael Cho is the co-founder of Crew, a network that connects short-term software projects with handpicked developers and designers. This post originally appeared on the Crew blog. As our company grows,
Today's example of why: 250cc SuperKarts As race venues go, the Isle of Man is basically a class in and of itself. You are reminded of that every year during the TT, but it's not all about the bikes. video
Take a cue from the likes of Amy Adams and Mike Tyson: The key to getting others on board with your ideas involves forgetting, interrogating, and showing off a little. Are your ideas getting pulled down
Entrepreneurs tell stories. They tell investors about how their business model is unique; they convince consumers of their products' benefits, and they advertise online about how their brands will disrupt
I limit myself to very little general or world news. For tech news I just head over to Techmeme every morning and scan the top stories. Think about it – we don’t consume much news when we are on a vacation.
Look around you and it's clear that geeks are in ascendance. The tech industry, with it's army of engineers and eggheads, is the most dynamic and chattered about sector around, so-called "quants" are new
Former naval officer Bernard Jordan returns safely to his nursing home after sneaking out to catch a ferry to Normandy Published: 7 Jun 2014 UK veterans group will never again walk in their hundreds through
I'm not particularly confident. Scratch that. I'm situationally confident: sometimes, very much so; other times, not at all. So I spend a lot of time thinking about how to gain confidence. And that makes
The loftiest goal I ever set in the early stages of my professional career was to become a Navy SEAL. Achieving that milestone gave me a new perspective and set the foundation for the rest of my life.
It’s 1969 on this season’s Mad Men, and a glass-enclosed climate-controlled room is being built to house Sterling Cooper’s first computer — a soon-to-be-iconic IBM System/360 – in the space where the used
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I kicked off 2014 with a slightly unconventional objective: spend more face time with our customers. As OnDeck's first employee, I was the first salesperson, product developer, and marketer, and for years
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