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To stand out in a flooded inbox, you need to begin with the end. We spend hours sorting through the 150 billion or so emails that ricochet around the Internet every day. So which ones get the click? Popular
Healthy food company Rude Health has reported soaring sales of porridge as health-conscious Brits trade sugary cereals for wholesome grains. Porridge sales at the £3.2m-turnover company are up 30pc year-on-year.
If you’re a content marketer, it’s time you learned how to use Google Analytics. Here’s how to extract numbers that drive action. I don’t know much about Google Analytics. In fact, I generally gloss over
Transform your run-of-the-mill presentation ideas by applying the “seven Cs of original messaging.” It’s been said that there are no original ideas. But what may seem like old hat to you could become next
Rise and shine! Morning time just became your new best friend. Love it or hate it, utilizing the morning hours before work may be the key to a successful and healthy lifestyle. That’s right, early rising
The Six Enemies of Greatness (and Happiness) These six factors can erode the grandest of plans and the noblest of intentions. They can turn visionaries into paper-pushers and wide-eyed dreamers into weeping
Dale Vince sits in a spartan office in the corner of Ecotricity, one of the UK’s few green energy electricity networks, and taps away on an Apple Mac at his standing desk. The office is bare, other than
If you want to land a gig, you have to prove it on the page. Let’s see how to do that by examining Slate editor Katherine Goldstein’s hiring pain points. “Many young people seem to have no idea how to
Aristotle might as well have been doling out career advice when he said that “we are what we repeatedly do.” This aphorism has taken on contemporary resonance in books like Charles Duhigg’s The Power Habit.
Before joining the staff of Forbes in July of 2011, I was happily self-employed for 23 years. For much of this time my husband and I ran two mostly unrelated home-based businesses. He worked in his office
I started Docstoc in my 20’s, made the cover of one of those cliché “20 Under 20” lists, and today I employ an amazing group of 20-somethings. Call me a curmudgeon, but at 34, how I came up seems so different
We wish there was a handbook for success, but there isn’t. Here’s the next best thing: a list of ways you can realize your dreams–and be a more productive person in the process. Wouldn’t it be great if
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