Watch the news every night for a week, and you will see that ethical scandals in business show no signs of disappearing. Whether it is a large corporation like Facebook, Uber or Wells Fargo or even a small, local dry cleaners, the frequency and impact of organizational misconduct just seems to grow.
But beyond the trends and statistics, wrongdoing in business is about people, their choices and the impact of those choices. When a scandal occurs, careers can be destroyed, loyal f
Aaaaaand we're off from, moving from OKC to LA! What do you think, would you do what we did in just 4 weeks? There are some pros and cons fo sho. This episode shows us making the trek to Cali, or as my wee one says "Calyafornya" Enjoy!
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Affiliate marketing is one of the best ways to increase popularity of your program and also get you some money. It is such a vast area that it becomes difficult for people to focus on what is right and do the right thing in order to get the most out of affiliate marketing. There are a number of facebook affiliate marketing programs from LeadDyno that will help you with the promotion of your product and it will increase your profitability. The truth is that when you indulge in affiliate marketing practices it is essentia
We all have those "special days" when we’re just not in the mood to network. You know you need to get out of the office and get friendly to find new clients, but you’re overloaded by your to-do list, haven’t been to the gym and are feeling less than fabulous, or you’re just too tired and cranky to chase new business at a bar.
So what should you do when you’re not in the mood to network? Try these simple tricks of the trade.
1. Pump yourself up.
Networking, like love and life, is about having the right attitude. To get in the mood, put on your power suit, play your favorite music, give yourself a pep
If you’re reading this, you’re probably either freelancing full-time or as a side hustle or at least considering it. But, with the freedom of freelancing, some days (or weeks or months!) you just don’t know where to start. You’re so overwhelmed with work you can’t even contemplate when you’ve last invoiced your clients. Or you’re so freaked out because you don’t have any work that you end up jealousy-surfing site redesigns on Dribbble
Creators who are frustrated with YouTube point to several indicators that the platform is dying, but is that really the case? I suppose it depends on your perspective and personal experience with YouTube. Let's look at some data and overall numbers, especially in comparison to Facebook, and see how YouTube is growing or declining, and what it means for us as creators.
STORIES DISCUSSED IN THIS LIVE STREAM
- YouTube Is Growing Users Nearly Twice as Fast as Facebook: https://www.fool.com/investing/2018/05/11/youtube-is-growing-users-nearly-twice-as-fast-as-f.aspx
- YouTube Feigns Interest In Your Digital Wellbeing With 'Take a Break' Notifications: <a href="https://gizmodo.com/youtube-feigns-interest-in-your-digital
This simple word explains United's problems so clearly, yet it's so difficult to make change on this molecular level. How can United overcome?
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You may not know it, but Aretha Franklin wasn’t the first to record her indelible song “Respect.” Otis Redding, a remarkable talent in his own right, got first crack at it. But when he heard Aretha’s take, he famously said, “I just lost my song.”
Throughout her illustrious career, the Queen of Soul has racked up the music industry’s highest honors, winning 18 Grammy’s as well as the Grammy Lifetime Achievement and Legend Awards, and in 1987 was the first woman ever inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In the 1990s she was a Kennedy
In the Women Entrepreneur series My First Moves, we talk to founders about that pivotal moment when they decided to turn their business idea into a reality—and the first steps they took to make it happen.
It’s almost too perfect that the origin story of Sugarfina -- the luxury candy retailer known for its champagne-flavored gummies and fashion-forward packaging -- is as sugary sweet as the company’s beloved products. A charming first date would inspire the multimillion-dollar brand, which was carefully
We live in a logo-driven world. Think about those familiar logos for Coca-Cola, Nike, Starbucks, Google, Target (and more) ...
According to the experts at Red Crow Marketing, the average adult is exposed to over 4,000 advertisements every day, and often the only image in the ad is the sponsoring company’s logo. That's why, for a small business or startup, a logo is critical. It's the anchor of your brand, drawing attention to your company and represen