Bring Your Dog to Work Day Is Every Day for These 8 Companies

We're now accepting submissions for our 2016 Top Company Cultures list. Think your company should be on it? Apply Now » Businesses that allow dogs in the workplace appeal more to millennials who are...

‘The Three Faces of Eve’ & Risk Analysis

Risk Analysis is a Forerunner to Risk Reduction My previous article stressed the importance of problem finding as an intellectual skill and as a definitive forerunner to any creative process. In this article, I...

The 6 Books Shark Tank's Daymond John Wants You to Read

This article originally published on September 26, 2015.When Daymond John was in elementary school in Queens, N.Y., he had to read books four times over to retain what they said. Now, at 46,...

Hacking the Morning Routines of Benjamin Franklin, Tim Ferriss, and 23 Others

Note: This post is written by Garik Himebaugh Why do so many entrepreneurs have morning routines? From Bill Gates to Tim Ferriss, the presence of morning rituals...

Killing off Success to Prepare for the Future

The McDonalds in my town is going to close down for several months. During that time, they are going to tear down the current restaurant and build a new one. The man who...

Tired of Useless Meetings? 9 Ways to Make Them More Effective. (Infographic)

This article originally published December 10, 2015. Meetings. What a drag they can be. They go longer than they’re supposed to. Someone blabs out of turn or off topic. Your mind drifts to tasks...

You Can’t Develop Solutions Unless You Realize You Got Problems

Problem finding plays an important role in creative thinking Problem finding is one of the most significant parts of problem solving. However, it tends to be an underappreciated skill. Many managers naively consider it...

10 Ways To Be Happy in Life

Note: This post is written by Jon Rhodes Happiness is one the most important assets we can have. If you are not happy, then life can become...

Inspirational Quotations by Elbert Hubbard (#637)

Today marks the birthday of Elbert Hubbard (1856–1915,) a popular American salesman, author, and philosopher from the turn of the twentieth century. This self-described “business man with a literary attachment” had an unusual career....

Amazon’s ‘Mock Press Release’ Discipline to Sell an Idea

If you have a brilliant idea at work, the modern workplace demands that you distill your ideas into a killer PowerPoint presentation to enlighten, entertain (with animations and special effects,) and convince your...

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