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Think about all of the minor inconveniences or regular annoyances you encounter on a daily basis, and then ask yourself if you'd trade them for a technology solution. Although it might sound appealing at first, you have to factor in that with most
If you always stop to read the fine print before signing anything, congratulations -- your parents trained you well. If you don't, beware: Your signature could commit you to a long-term gym membership you don't really want, an apartment you can't
When I was doing the research for my book, Igniting the Invisible Tribe , I stumbled across an article by Gary Hamel called "First, Let's Fire All The Managers." Released by Harvard Business Review in December of 2011 about a California-based tomato
It's one of life's great ironies that many high achievers are unhappy and unfulfilled. Their ambition and drive has taken them to places at which few ever arrive. Yet it's also that drive which leaves them perpetually dissatisfied, never pausing to
It's Thursday morning and I'm in my seventh airport this week...This either means I'm traveling too much or I need a new travel agent. Anyway, as I sip my coffee and look around the gate, I suddenly realize I'm relaxed. (Something I'm not used to.) I'
It's going to be with us, causing misery, for years to come. The broad spending cuts that were the fruits of the Republican Congress' budget obsession of the past few years have already cost the U.S. economy $351 billion in lost economic activity,
I had an audience member last week ask me whether or not I thought they could shift from selling to social selling...Using social media to do the selling for us." If that's your definition of "social selling," then the answer is a big, fat "no!"
Fed Chair Janet Yellen is saying the Fed could keep rates low for a long time to come in her current congressional testimony...Because unemployment is still too high, and economic growth too slow at present. This is in part because the Congressional
When shopping for a car, just how important is the test drive? Let's say you're trading in your old Tercel for new Toyota Camry...But when you do take your test drive, there are a few specific things you should be looking, listening and sniffing for.
American Matt Kuchar is not one to shy away from seeking tips.His majestic short game owes much to chats he once shared as an aspiring pro with the likes of chipping masters Lee Trevino and Ray Floyd. It would be a surprise then if he wasn't in the