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Don’t Fear Chaos — Get Great by Choice

How do businesses become great by choice? Well, that’s a question for James Collins. Since penning his first book while teaching at the Stanford University School of Business, one question has dominated James Collins’ authorial career: How do companies thrive? With rigorous research and a healthy amount of skepticism for traditional wisdom, Collins has pursued […]

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Celebrity Marketing for World Domination

Even if you’re not a music fan, odds are you know who Taylor Swift and Drake are. These icons are everywhere we turn — we hear their music in the grocery store, see their faces on our screens, and know people in our lives who are diehard fans. Do you think this level of ubiquity […]

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Maximize the Value of Your Business

I think (or, at least, I hope) every business owner asks themselves how to maximize the value of their company. Understanding your value is crucial whether you have outside investors or not. It’s baffling that so few entrepreneurs take the time to investigate the real worth of their business. To help remedy this problem, I […]

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3 Negotiation Strategies You Can Learn From The FBI

No matter who you are, you spend your days navigating complex discussions by using negotiation to achieve you desired result. But hopefully, nobody’s ever demanded you give them a million dollars in return for the life of your son. This is exactly the situation Chris Voss was confronted with one fateful afternoon. Luckily, this demand was […]

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The Ultimate Secret for Successful Startups

If necessity is the mother of invention, you could say unfortunate circumstances are the father of innovation. Life never goes as expected, and when you’re trying to run a business, that can be a good thing. Some of the greatest examples of successful startups came when clever entrepreneurs adapted to the unexpected. See what lessons […]

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Your Business’s Hidden Value

Success is right under your nose. Many of the greatest, most profitable innovations in the history of commerce seem obvious in retrospect. Toilet paper was invented 82 years after the flush toilet became commonplace. The ice cream cone didn’t hit the scene until 3,900 years after ice cream was invented.  As Jay Abraham’s classic book, […]

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