Monthly Archives: January 2016

How to Disagree (Without Being a Jerk)

Research has shown that free form meetings aren’t the most effective way to produce good ideas. Suggestions brought up earlier in the meeting tend to have more influence. Additionally, the negative aspects of an idea often alters our judgement more than the potential upside. And yes, in most meetings the same people do most of [...]

7 Smart Habits of the Most Successful Leaders

Success and productivity don't just appear overnight. To help make them happen, here are some crucial strategies to adopt from the very beginning. It's easy to get caught up in the energy and uncertainty--living moment to moment. Even among the panics and joys of your enterprise's life, you can be constructing the bedrock of all [...]

Ditch Your Budget — 5 Alternatives to Managing Your Money

Instead of ushering in the new year with resolutions we won't keep past February, let's focus on what we can (and should) finally drop. This week, we’ll focus on quitting bad habits, toxic relationships, or whatever else is keeping you from living your best life. Can’t seem to keep a budget? Don’t be too hard [...]

5 Reasons Entrepreneurs Drink Coffee

Across the startup and tech world, coffee seems to be a standard. Some companies have a full time barista on staff or have regular coffee-fueled meetings. From business introductions to first dates, it all happens at the cafe. From large-scale chains to craft coffee shops, there is no shortage of places to meet, drink and [...]

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