Overcoming Your Negativity Bias
First he talked about the importance of inspiration. Then he described the power of passion. Then he shared the value of vision. Then I almost fell asleep. The professor was describing the traits of a great leader. I certainly didn't disagree with his list: Vision, passion, inspiration,...
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A series of emails about ebook prices between Apple and HarperCollins, including ones written by Steve Jobs, were recently released as part of the Department of Justice price-fixing suit against Apple and a number of major publishers.
Does this sound familiar? You’re feeling a bit uneasy – say, a tightness in your chest or a rumbling in your stomach. You search your mind for the cause, and you think of something unsettling that happened in the office yesterday, a difficult conversation you need to have or a deadline you’re...
Netflix has struck its largest original content deal ever, investing further in kids' content with new original series from DreamWorks Animation.
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A growing body of research suggests that the longer you keep your rear end in your chair and your eyes glued to your screen, the less productive you may be.
The nation's largest closeout retailer whose shares have fallen 30 percent from their high in March 2012, deserves a closer look from investors now that the company has a new chief executive and is taking initiatives to boost sales.
Great leaders usually don't just fall into their success. Entrepreneurs and business owners must acquire and develop over time the skills necessary to guide his or her team in the right direction.
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