College Degree And Income Potential

Everyone “knows” that college graduates make more money than people without a college degree.  So, if you take everyone with a college degree and put them in bucket A, and put everyone without...

Books I Read in 2017 & Recommend

Management & Leadership: Peter Drucker’s The Practice of Management. Drucker’s conception for the organization as an integral part of society, his elucidation of the nature of managerial and leadership tasks, his emphasis...

Our 10 Most Popular Articles of 2017

Here are our most popular exclusive features of 2017. Pass this on to your friends; if they like these, they can sign up to receive our RSS feeds or email updates. Zeigarnik Effect: How...

Throw Me a Bone: How Shop Dogs Can Be Good for Business

With low barriers to entry, fickle consumers and competition coming from all sides, it can be hard for businesses to stand out (and survive), especially in urban areas, where market saturation is high....

Five Pitfalls of Coaching Success

According to Coaching, Mentoring and Managing: Breakthrough Strategies to Solve Performance Problems and Build Winning Teams (1996) by William Hendricks, et al., some managers instinctively do things that thwart their team’s performance. Examine if...

3 Quick Tips You Can Use to Get More Done Daily

We've all taken one of those breaks that we think should only last a couple of minutes but ends up being a few hours. Why do we do this and how can we stop...

Photo Sharing Christmas Gift Ideas for Family

In an effort to help you be more productive during the Christmas shopping season, here are two ideas for family Christmas gifts that are focused on sharing photos with family. I’ve  given both...

7 Little Habits That Are Killing Your Productivity

How much are you getting done at work? In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Brian Tracy cites a study that the average employee spends about three hours at the office on non-work-related activities...

Minimal Minimalism

Minimalism means very different things to different people. What someone living in downtown LA considers a minimalistic existence is probably very different from what someone who lives a nomadic life on the plains...

Kinship with Nature

I’m currently reading Indian philosopher and statesman Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s The Philosophy of Rabindranath Tagore (1918.) Remarking that “a true seer sees in natural facts spiritual significance,” Radhakrishnan comments about Tagore’s revealing of the relation...

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