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There are some lessons you can learn by reading books and some that you can only learn by experiencing. Unfortunately, those are the ones that you learn the hard way. Sure, you can also learn these lessons by listening to old and wise because they have already been where we are but most of the … Read the Rest →
The following answers are provided by members of Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. In partnership with Citi, YEC recently launched BusinessCollective, a free … Read the Rest →
Stellar work is your personal wealth: your worldly goods, trust fund, gold stash, life preserver, money in your pocket, and 401(k). It is the investment in yourself that no one can take away and no depressed economy or down market can diminish.
“In the football world, it’s called making plays. Everyone in the game is … Read the Rest →
Social media is the main form of communication for brands and their audiences. People use their networks to leave feedback, search for information, make a purchase, and share what they had found with others. Twitter is still at the top of the social engagement list, and there are several ways you can use their Moments … Read the Rest →
I recently moved and as part of this effort I’ve become painfully aware of a few things.
One — My tools are scattered.
Two — The places I used store “stuff” no longer exist.
Three — I need to create new shelves, workspaces, and mentally geocached locations.
Although this was not the first time I’ve … Read the Rest →
As you look ahead to starting a career in the business world, whether your plan is to work in a corporation or to strike independently and start your own business, you know that getting the right education is going to be key. But when it comes to earning a business degree, do you know whether … Read the Rest →