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"The ability to control my emotions and my actions regardless of circumstance sets me apart from other men." - Navy SEAL Creed
This year, Intuit has given small businesses the chance to win a 30-second ad spot during the popular sporting event.
Kelly Fitzsimmons of HarQen explains how entrepreneurs can navigate the unpredictability of disruption.
Blessed is the businessman who rejoices in what he has.
Some brands are bucking tradition with their marketing this holiday season
My top picks for the best books of 2015, in order.
Saying No Isn't Easy
Even if today sucks, that doesn't mean tomorrow has to. Here are seven things you can do right now to make tomorrow a better day.
When something goes wrong with a customer do you automatically step in front of the bullet for your team? Should you? I think so.
Whether you're on the rink or at the office, your team's success starts with you.
Recent research finds that if your company holds up creativity as a rare trait, creative employees may become entitled and become more likely to engage in unethical behavior.
While many authors have moved their work completely online, one author is trying to take the online world to the written page.
It worked for Steve Jobs, and it can work for you, too. Michael E. Gerber explains why you should re-think the idea of a dress code.
You'll need more than gratitude this Thanksgiving to show up well.
Don't put these important tasks on the back burner.
Yes, Jobs, Gates, and Zuckerberg dropped out. Yes, you should still finish college.
The journey, the process, the step into the question of "what if I try...?" is all that we're after.
Do you want to fight your fellow human for a PS4? Or would you prefer a glass of prosecco and a free hand massage?
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