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When the pressure's on, leaders have to not just step up but do it smartly.
This week, Inc. editors and writers examine Uber's war chest of lobbyists, how to get in on crowdfunding, and what side small businesses are on in regards to the Confederate flag debate.
It was delivered on the fifth of July.
Leading with respect and listening carefully are traits every entrepreneur can benefit from.
By mixing short and long-term goals, not scheduling the important items and using demotivating language, is it any wonder that your To Do list often gets ignored and fails to serve the very purpose in which it was intended? Here are the 3 big problems and how to fix them.
Yet another study attests to the benefits of napping on performance. It's time for employers to get with the program.
Traveling removes you from the daily grind and enables strategic thinking.
In less than one year, Alexander Hamilton and James Madison churned out nearly 85 persuasive essays pushing for the American Constitution. How'd they do it? These classic creativity strategies helped.
You need a good employer brand. Here's how to get one.
What do Gloria Steinem, Ronald Reagan, Bob Marley, Greta Garbo, Stephen King and many others have in common? A burning desire for liberty, and a healthy respect for what it takes to be free.
There are remarkably powerful lessons to be learned about success from those who have already achieved it.
Here are five major security holes CIOs should know about before it's too late.
Make the most of marketing opportunities and increase promotional impact.
You might take your office with you, but you can still have a real street address.
Three tips to help declare your business independence on the 4th of July.
The Supreme Court's same-sex marriage ruling made things better for LGBT people, but it could make things trickier for your business.
Learn how the SharingLab is trying to build connection and move the needle on the happiness index.
The 4th of July means more than great Carolina BBQ, fireworks, and spending time with friends and family. For me the 4th is a celebration of American leadership.
Working long hours is hurting your health -- and your career.
Regardless of their specific area of expertise, thought leaders use similar strategies to achieve greatness.