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Monday, August 31, 2015

BARRY FELDMAN: 7 Ways to Ensure Your Readers Don't Get Bored and Bail

Whew. Today’s media world is noisy. But when you write blog copy (or any other kind of copy), you absolutely must write a compelling headline to earn your readers' attention. And then an even tougher challenge follows: You have to keep your reader’s attention.

JON NASTOR:5 Simple Strategies for Beating Procrastination Once and for All

Among the hardest challenges we face as entrepreneurs is our reluctance to take the first step in a project, then dragging things out too long. Simple lack of motivation can leave us stuck, seemingly unable to get started on the projects we set out to do, let alone have them finished and shipped.

Friday, August 28, 2015

ADAM CALLINAN:The Basics of How I Built a Seven-Figure Business Without Employees

There is a lot to be said for those rare few that possess the ability to create huge companies with hundreds or thousands of employees that are all just ecstatic to be at work. It is exceptionally difficult and equally as impressive, which is why they end up taking up space on the front page of a major magazine or journal.

Apple expected to unveil new iPhone on Sept.9

Apple's iPhone6 generated $31.4 billion (U.S.) in sales last quarter, making up 63 per cent of the company’s revenue. The new model is expected to look similar to the iPhone6.
Apple Inc. sent invitations to an event on Sept. 9 in San Francisco, where it’s expected to unveil the latest iPhone, a new Apple TV set-top box and other updated products.
“Hey Siri, give us a hint,” reads the invitation to the event at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, starting at 10 a.m. local time.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

SARA MCCORD: How to improve your résumé in 30 minutes or less!

Let's start with the good news: You just bumped into a well-connected person and impressed the heck out of her. So much so, in fact, that she asked you to follow up with your résumé, because she knows someone who's hiring.
You're feeling pretty great. But before you decide which dancing animal GIF accurately sums up your networking victory, you have some work to do. Because, the last time you even thought about your résumé was before you got your recent job or started your side gig, and it's seriously out of date.
Well, it's time to open that old document, save it under a new name, and get typing. Here's how to update your résumé — fast.

7 Hobbies Science Says Will Make You Smarter

For a long time, it was believed that people are born with a given level of intelligence and the best we could do in life was to live up to our potential. Scientists have now proven that we can actually increase our potential and enjoy ourselves in the process. We now know that by learning new skills the brain creates new neural pathways that make it work faster and better.
Here is a list of seven hobbies that make you smarter and why.

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

11 productivity tricks small-business owners can use to get more done every day

When you own a small business, there are dozens of people and projects vying for your time and attention. It’s hard to figure out where to focus your resources and easy to become overwhelmed.
But your personal productivity helps determine your company’s productivity, so it’s crucial that you stay efficient.
To help you out, we scoured the web for the most practical and insightful advice on getting things done. Read on for tips on prioritizing tasks, managing digital distractions, making decisions, and more.

Monday, August 24, 2015

Never Say These 7 Things in Sales

Disagreements come in more ways than just saying "no." And if you are disagreeing with someone, you'll never close the sale.
Agreement is vital and is the single most important and violated rule of selling! I’m not saying you should mislead the customer. There’s an art to telling the customer, “I’d love to make that happen to you,” rather than, “I can’t,” “I won’t” or “That’s not my job.”
Here are seven things not to say in sales or business:

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

11 Ways to Earn Respect at Work

We seek respect in our professional lives. Gaining the respect of others in the workplace is something many people want, but often have misguided ideas on how to achieve this goal.
The following tips will provide valuable insight into the process of gaining and keeping respect in the workplace.

Monday, August 17, 2015

STEPHEN KEY:11 Truths About Being an Entrepreneur

I read a column in the Huffington Post recently that inspired me to tell it like it is. The column broke down some of the myths that continue to be perpetuated about entrepreneurship, like how to “get rich quick.” I know I’m just one more voice adding to the fray, but I felt compelled to share.
I’ve been an entrepreneur for more than 30 years now. I wouldn’t have it any other way. This is what I know.

10 Skills That Are Hard to Learn But Pay Off Forever

The best things in life may be free, but that doesn't mean they won't take time, sweat, and perseverance to acquire.
That's especially the case when it comes to learning important life skills.
In an effort to ascertain which talents are worth the investment, one Quora reader posed the question: What are the hardest and most useful skills to learn?
We've highlighted our favorite takeaways.

Friday, August 14, 2015

FIRAS KITANNEH: Why Food, Sleep and Exercise Are Critical to Success

How we care for our bodies affects our performance at work. Skipping your twice weekly workout because you believe you are strapped for time leads to negative habits that impact your overall happiness and productivity. Similarly, ordering fast food instead of cooking to save the hassle of buying groceries and preparing your own meals hurts more than it helps.
Here are three arguments that will convince you to pay more mind to the way you eat, sleep and exercise.

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Sundar Pichai: Google's new boss from humble roots

With Google creating its own parent company, Alphabet, there's a bit of moving about in the Google boardroom.
Larry Page is now chief executive of Alphabet. Sergey Brin is its president.
And moving up to be in charge of Google is 43-year-old Sundar Pichai.

HEATHER REPLEY: Your Company's Success Depends on Your Sales Skills

Many years ago, I had the impression that selling wasn’t in my DNA. I didn’t understand at the time why I needed to care about sales since I wasn’t responsible for new business. Nor did I think I was good at it.
So imagine my surprise when an early mentor told me I was, in fact, very good at selling. He explained that when I was truly excited about something, and invested in it, I was the best advocate (and, as a result, best salesperson) you could find.

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

MATT MAYBERRY: 3 Characteristics of High-Performing Teams

When it comes to the best teams in the world, whether on the football field or in the corporate arena, they all possess similar characteristics that make them special and different than just the average or good teams that rarely make that jump to greatness.
Here are three characteristics that all high-performing teams instill within their organizations and never lose sight of.

Google to Reorganize Into New Company Called 'Alphabet'

Say goodbye to Google. Say hello to Alphabet.
Google Inc. says it is creating a new operating structure under a newly formed umbrella company it is calling Alphabet Inc. Co-founder and current CEO Larry Page will lead the new company, while Sergey Brin, the other co-founder, will serve as president.

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