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The other day, a reader told me her biggest struggle. She said, “My startup has reached $25 million in revenue over one ‘obsolete’ product …

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It’s not uncommon for companies to let employees work remotely. With the ubiquity of smartphones and laptops, workers no longer are desk-bound. Three years …

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Mindfulness and its place in the mercurial corporate world is a complicated subject. One of the reasons why industry leaders are never done talking …

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Bad habits have the tendency to go unnoticed. It is only when you pay close attention to how your actions are affecting your environment …

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Trust cannot be commanded. It cannot be bought, for it is a two-way street. You only say you trust someone, when you ‘believe’ in …

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European capitals enjoy their status as timeless beauties and grace of the old world, as opposed to outshining them. Vienna city, the luxurious capital …

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Reading, perhaps, arrives in the category of one of the most important leadership qualities, this is why prominent leaders are in love with reading. …

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Using a systematic system of methods to approach projects is considered as one of the most significant leadership principles. This certainly works as a …

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Young leaders look forward to seeking motivation and aspiration. The first choice for seeking the aforementioned subjects is a mentor, but not everyone is …

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There is more to life than your work and technology. Reading books gives you a much-needed break from all the clutter and chaos in …

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There are plenty of misconceptions when it comes to the art of communication. One that beats all, one that could potentially ruin your presentation …

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Most of us walk around thinking we’re capable of greatness, but we’re not sure how we’re going to fulfil that aspiration. Genius entrepreneurs, industry …

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Should I or should I not? Pick up the phone and make a call, or just stay on the chair doing very little? Send …

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Everyone’s personal productivity style is not equal. Some prefer using color-coded lists to reach the peak of productivity while some see an Excel sheet …

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“On a cold January day in 1961, my father broke his ankle at work,” reads the first sentence of Pour Your Heart into It, …

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South Africa doesn’t seem so far away when airfare to Johannesburg from Washington, D.C. or New York in the sweltering days of August drops …

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Leadership is an evolving journey. The rough-and-tumble lying before you is often unpredictable. But, that doesn’t mean that you need to lead without a …

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The most effective speakers are the best editors. Think about it. With the inaugural address that lasted for fifteen minutes, John F. Kennedy roused …

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“With our thoughts, we make the world.” Buddha Leaders have plenty of reasons to sink into anger and self-doubt, or even projecting blame outward …

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