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The 'Internet of Things' Will Be The World's Most Massive Device Market And Save Companies Billions Of Dollars

How the 'Internet of Things' will impact consumers, businesses, and governments in 2016 and beyond

So this is what the murder scene looks like. There, on the sun-dappled driveway, is where the shots were fired; here, at the top of the hill with its astonishing view of São Paulo, is the mausoleum where the bodies, currently in a public burial

Ayahuasca: a psychedelic murder story

Leadership culture not the leader that makes the difference - Financial Times

Recruiters Use Social Networks to Screen Candidates - Create Your Personal Brand [INFOGRAPHIC]

Recruiters Use Social Networks to Screen Candidates - Create Your Personal Brand. Learn how to be among the selected candidate pool.

Really cool infographic!! Here's How America's Top Business Leaders Spend Every Minute Of The Day

Here's How America's Top Business Leaders Spend Every Minute Of The Day

How Fortune 500 Leaders Spend Every Minute of the Day (Infographic) entrepreneur, entrepreneur inspiration, up

"Customer Retention Should Outweigh Customer Acquisition" -- an article that includes Harvard Business School data that applies as much to camps as any industry.

How much are your existing customers contributing to current sales? Though retention campaigns take longer to produce results, the ROI is worth the wait.

Edition: September 2014; 5 Presentation Tips From the World Champion of Public Speaking

5 Presentation Tips From The World Champion Of Public Speaking

Featured articles from the September 2014 issue of Entrepreneur Magazine. Full archived issues of the top business magazine from Entrepreneur.

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Workplace Happiness: The High Cost of Unhappy Employees (INFOGRAPHIC)

Think disengaged employees don't have much of an impact on your business? This infographic on the high cost of unhappy employees will shock you.

Two key traits of a person who can innovate according to the definition above are:  Empathy Willingness to disrupt the status quo Empathy is important for two reasons. First, understanding the needs of others helps determine whether or not an idea will be useful and worth the energy to develop. Second, understanding the needs of the team members with whom we work is essential for advancing an idea, and may even be the most important factor for advancing an idea within an organization…

How Mindfulness Rewires Your Brain to Be More Innovative

Facebook Statistics, Application Statistics, Page Statistics

Facebook Statistics, Application Statistics, Page Statistics

Some amazing new findings about the gig economy | Fusion

So, Here's The Thing About All Those Jobs We've Added Since 2005

Some amazing new findings about the gig economy

What It Takes To Be A Great Employee: The Parable Of The Oranges

What It Takes To Be A Great Employee: The Parable Of The Oranges

Google AdWords launches new features for mobile ads and maps | Search Engine Watch

Google AdWords launches new features for mobile ads and maps | Search Engine Watch

In a 2003 study, Carson found that eminent creative achievers were seven times more likely to to have low rather than high latent intelligence scores. That insight prompted her to form a hypothesis: that cognitive disinhibiting allows for way more info to enter into your conscious mind—which you can then tinker with and recombine. The result: creative ideas.  Carson's research gives us another angle for unpacking the nature of creativity: while we see the outputs in the form of a gorgeous…

Why Weird People Are Often More Creative

In a 2003 study, Carson found that eminent creative achievers were seven times more likely to to have low rather than high latent intelligence scores. That insight prompted her to form a hypothesis: that cognitive disinhibiting allows for way more info to enter into your conscious mind—which you can then tinker with and recombine. The result: creative ideas. Carson's research gives us another angle for unpacking the nature of creativity: while we see the outputs in the form of a gorgeous…

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