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You Need To Protect Your Career From Those Who Try to Undermine You

Women, especially, must practice career self-defense against challenges

The sad truth is that women in business must always be on the lookout for people who will try to discredit them. The opposition could come in the form of a direct challenge to your authority or a sneak attack to damage ...

by Linda Smith  | September 13, 2018 06:00:00
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New Challenges are the Perk Employees Want Most

Good employees flee jobs that stop interesting them

Building an internal culture that craves a challenge is not just a good thing for businesses to do -- it is essential if that company is going to grow. It is no less important to your team. Employees who are never pushed ...

by Manish Dudharejia  | April 20, 2018 12:00:00
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All Entrepreneurs Face Failure But the Successful Ones Didn't Quit

Fear of failure is natural. In entrepreneurship, overcoming your fears is essential

Everybody enjoys a success story. Vicariously living out our fantasies through those who achieved success gives us hope it will happen to us. But, listening to these stories doesn't do us any favors because those tales aren't the whole picture: the struggles, ...

by Daniel Neiditch  | January 18, 2018 08:00:00
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3 Ways to Build Entrepreneurial Resilience for the Next 'Wave' of Challenges

When the problem is what you didn't do, the solution begins with figuring out what to do next

When I left the Navy and entered entrepreneurship, one of my first clients was a tech company in Silicon Valley undergoing massive market shifts that needed to reexamine how its operations.Just a few years prior, a tsunami had struck their manufacturing plant ...

by Jeff Boss  | October 16, 2017 08:00:00
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5 Tips to Overcoming Major Business Obstacles

Sometimes a small thing can make the difference between failing or succeeding

Research shows that about two-thirds of businesses survive two years in business, half of all businesses will survive five years and a third will survive 10. The longer a company has been in business, the more likely it is to stay in business.The business world ...

by Richard Agu  | October 15, 2017 08:00:00