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What Building a Website Taught Me About Life and Business

When writer Molly Page re-designed her website, she got in a bit over her head. In the process she learned a few lessons — both life and business lessons.

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Making Non-Traditional Work Relationships Work

Regardless of your work environment, the work relationships you build will affect your work output. These tips will help you do the best work possible.

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Inspiration Is for Amateurs

Inspiration is for amateurs. Without hard work, giving things up, and gaining focus, we spin in our aspiration with little progress.

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Lack of Character: Sufficient Cause to Remove a President?

When a president lacks the depth and breadth of character, should they be removed? Our answer sets the stage for future generations. 

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One Common Ground

Writer Kern Carter shares how the research for his latest novel helped him to discover a road to common ground by listening to the stories of others.

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The Primary Reason Millennials Quit (and What Organizations Should Do About It)

When an employee leaves it costs and organization 213% of the annual salary for that role. It’s time to address the primary reason millennials quit.

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5 Ways We Are All Alike

As Maya Angelou once wrote, “We are more alike, my friends, than we are unalike.” Eric Torrence agrees, and identifies 5 ways we are all alike.

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Return to Calmness: A Leadership Imperative

Inciting and supporting continued chaos is not a sound leadership strategy or trait. A return to calmness is a new leadership imperative.

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