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If a PR Crisis Happens to Your Company, Will You Know What t…

Given today’s 24-7 news cycle, local and national broadcasters, bloggers and publishers are all looking for their next story. And the resulting amount of content that is published online alone is amazing. Most sources estimate that more than 2 million blog posts are uploaded daily. Related: 5 Crisis Management Tips for Your Digital Brand When ...

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5 Key Considerations in Converting Your Nonprofit to a For-P…

Deciding to convert Practice Makes Perfect from a nonprofit to a for-profit public benefit corporation was one of the most challenging undertakings of my business career. Not only is restructuring a business incredibly difficult, but there were a few things I wish I knew before I embarked on the transition ...

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Don't Let Money Be an Obstacle to Starting a Business -…

I’ve found that a surprising number of professionals — the majority, in fact — have dreamed about, or at least considered, the possibility of becoming an entrepreneur. So why aren’t there more self-started businesses out there? Related: 10 Pieces of Financial Advice I Wish I Knew in My 20s One reason ...

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'Get Sh*t Done' Is This Company's Rallying Cr…

Hard work. Determination. Grit. Stamina. Drive. No doubt you’ve been taught that cultivating these virtues leads to success, and that seems to make sense on the surface. According to a State of the Workplace Productivity report by Cornerstone, 68 percent of employees surveyed said they felt there aren’t enough hours in the day ...

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What 'Second Movers' Can Learn From Lyft And Uber…

Recently I had an interesting experience with a ride-share driver in Los Angeles. I was asking him about which of the major ride-sharing services — Uber, Lyft, Via, etc. — he uses to find customers. He told me he’s driven for all of them, but his favorite is Lyft. Related: What ...

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The Tech Industry's Real Problem With Diversity Is Clea…

For women in Silicon Valley, 2017 has been a watershed year. We’ve seen women technologists share their stories of sexual harassment and bias, shocking industry outsiders and even many male colleagues. Susan Fowler’s blog post blew the lid off of Uber’s sexual harassment issues and hostile culture. Soon thereafter, a ...

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3 Ways to Make Decisions Like Wonder Woman…

Wonder Woman Diana Prince finds herself in the black-and-white predicament of a World War where there are either good guys or bad guys. Throughout the movie, Prince learns the ways of those powerful enough to declare and carry out war. Our favorite heroine concludes that the men in charge are ...

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'America's New Romantic Piano Sensation' Show…

I have a confession: Before I met my wife four years ago, I’d never heard of “piano sensation” Jim Brickman. My not-yet wife, Rachael, was a fan of his music. As I listened, I realized I’d heard his music hundreds of times even though I didn’t know his name. Last year, ...

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The 7 Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read…

Entrepreneurs may be short on time, but the most successful are still usually voracious readers. Bill Gates is known to read 50 books a year, making his rate of consumption nearly a book a week. Meanwhile, billionaire David Rubenstein reads six books a week and a staggering eight newspapers a day. But if ...

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