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The Neuroscience of 20 Years of Sub Four-Minute Miles

Running a mile as fast as you can may not be an activity you’d associate with work performance. But it turns out the components of science that keep people cool under pressure, and improve performance under stressful conditions in the long term, play out on the track and in the boardroom. And when done well,…

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Goldilocks Training: How to Maintain Momentum

You might think your inability to stick with a strategy comes down to an absence of inspiration, or perhaps even a fundamental absence of self-discipline. However, self-control isn't what is holding you back. After years of coaching people as a personal fitness instructor, I have actually found that many people have a hard time to…

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Addressing Current Commercial Print Problems

Sometimes it feels like COVID-19 just ruins everything. It’s amazing how totally and completely it has seeped into every facet of our lives. And now the incessant talk is focused on crippling logistical lags. They snarled the supply chains of 94% of Fortune 1000 companies, hurt the business of 75% of companies, and actually forced…

Addressing Current Commercial Print Problems

Sometimes it feels like COVID-19 just ruins everything. It’s amazing how totally and completely it has seeped into every facet of our lives. And now the incessant talk is focused on crippling logistical lags. They snarled the supply chains of 94% of Fortune 1000 companies, hurt the business of 75% of companies, and actually forced…

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Forget Hyper-Growth. Focus On Responsible Growth.

by Hemant Taneja, managing partner of General Catalyst, and author of “Intended Consequences: How to Build Market-Leading Companies with Responsible Innovation“ Growth is good. Growth should be the goal of any company. But hyper-growth, or blitz-scaling, for the wrong reasons is irresponsible and potentially harmful. Wrong reasons include using growth as a way to “win”…

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Business Measures To Help You During COVID

Lots of companies have been affected by Covid-19 and if you are one of them, there are some business measures you can take to help your company stay afloat. During difficult times, there are always ways to keep things ticking over. Here are some of our tips you can follow to help your business cope…

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The Neuroscience of 20 Years of Sub Four-Minute Miles

Running a mile as fast as you can may not be an activity you’d associate with work performance. But it turns out the components of science that keep people cool under pressure, and improve performance under stressful conditions in the long term, play out on the track and in the boardroom. And when done well,…

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4 Ways Business Owners Unknowingly Drain Their Monthly Budget

by Nathan Liao, founder of CMA Exam Academy As an entrepreneur, you likely have a set monthly budget that consists of all of the overhead costs needed to keep your enterprise running smoothly. For example, your budget may include payroll for employees and freelancers, payments for internet service and cloud-based project management software, rent for an…

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3 Things Every Small Business Should Do

The business industry is highly competitive. It is hard enough for an established corporation to maintain its edge in the industry, but to challenges are even greater for small companies. You need to spend a lot of time and energy planning for the launch of your small business, and you’ll need to dedicate plenty of…

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Boomerang Employees: What Both Sides Should Consider Before Working Together Again 

by Eric Harkins, ForbesBooks author of “Great Leaders Make Sure Monday Morning Doesn’t Suck: How To Get, Keep & Grow Talent“. After months of the “Great Resignation,” another workforce trend is developing – ”boomerang” employees, or those who are returning to companies they left. In some cases, businesses are pursuing former employees to rejoin them; in…

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Summit 2022: How To Change in Weeks, Not Years

We often hear that 70% of organizational change initiatives fail, despite the time and energy leaders dedicate to the cause. What we don’t hear as often is that it can take two years to know those plans failed. Why? Because those failed initiatives don’t consider that humans are creatures of habit. Even when we’re committed…

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