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Brainstorming is a great way to get outside your comfort zone and find creative solutions to problems that might otherwise stump you. Brainstorming works for creatives in a vari...

Feb 27, 2020


Human communication involves more than the things we choose to vocalize. Whether you know it or not, you’re constantly communicating via body language and nonverbal signals that...

Feb 27, 2020


Evaluating the profit potential of a business requires you to analyze a variety of factors including your supply chain, buyer power, and the relative competitiveness of your ind...

Feb 27, 2020


A successful negotiation is one in which you, either as buyer or seller, achieve an outcome that feels equitable. Not everyone is born with innate negotiation skills. Fortunatel...

Feb 27, 2020


Broadly speaking, our society has traditionally operated under the assumption that with a bit of regulation, the human drive to act in our own self-interest will lead to healthy...

Feb 27, 2020


Principled negotiation doesn’t mean doggedly arguing for things you see as being in your self-interest. On the contrary, the art of negotiation rests on finding common ground wi...

Feb 26, 2020


In 1911 Frederick Winslow Taylor published his monograph “The Principles of Scientific Management.” Taylor argued that flaws in a given work process could be scientifically solv...

Feb 26, 2020


One of the biggest challenges of building a successful small business is simply finding the money to get started. The vast majority of new business ventures fail, and lack of ca...

Feb 25, 2020


In order for a business to prosper, it can’t become stagnant—but you also have to ensure that new growth strategies are not disruptive to your business environment. This tension...

Feb 25, 2020