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What can Foo Fighters front man and former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl teach tech entrepreneurs about achieving escape velocity? More than you might think.
Banish public speaking nerves and present with confidence.
The daring entrepreneur shares the story of when he drove a tank through New York's Times Square and shot down the Coca-Cola sign.
Angela Benton, founder of NewME Accelerator, explains how she helps founders stay motivated and productive during the earliest periods of starting up.
Facebook sent a letter to the Drug Enforcement Administration asking for assurances that it will stop using fake profiles to catch potential criminals.
We have no data on the future where innovation happens. This is what distinguishes innovation from all other forms of value.
There's a difference between being a thought leader and an expert in your field.
Sama group founder Leila Janah explains how years of low-budget travel helped her identify the businesses she wanted to start.
We all want to work with influencers, this post will teach entrepreneurs how
Part of maturing is reflected in the across-the-board change from gut calls to informed decisions.
Credit unions and millennials share many of the same values, but what steps are credit unions taking to win over this influential demographic? And are they making any progress?
Handling complaints is a part of business; Handling them well is part of excellence.
How technology is increasingly isolating us from each other and stifling creativity and real experiences.
A leader's unwillingness to address issues for fear of causing conflict can bring a business to its knees.
When Matthew Gonnering took over as CEO of Widen Enterprises he gave the company a transparency overhaul. Here's what worked -- and what didn't.
The omnipresent double standard for women in tech rears its ugly head.
Zappos Insights co-founder and culture strategist Robert Richman gives 3 tips to leaders for "CEO 1-2-3"
Neuroscience is fascinating but the folk wisdom of this award-winning salesperson is just as valuable, in my view.
Improve your nonverbal communication to send the right message and set yourself up for success.
Leadership coach and prolific author Marshall Goldsmith has a formula for self-improvement. It's quick. That doesn't mean it's easy.