I’m writing my next book called “Leading With Happiness” and I would LOVE your feedback

As always, I do all my writing in a café. I am now 6 chapters and 25,000 words into writing my next book titled “Leading with Happiness” and I would love to get feedback on what I’ve written. Here are the 6 chapters I’ve finished so far: 1 – Introduction 2 – Why happiness 3 … Continue reading I’m writing my next book called “Leading With Happiness” and I would LOVE your feedback Read more ›

Women Leaders as Agenda Movers: Leveling the Playing Field

Guest Contributed By Samuel B. Bacharach Recently I was asked to give a talk to a forum attended by fifty women executives. The topic was based on my new book and was titled, “The Agenda Mover: When Your Good Idea Is Not Enough.” Two days before the talk, two invitees objected, or at least questioned,… Read More

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15 Ways Your Online Brand Can Win You Clients

The following answers are provided by members of Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. In partnership with Citi, YEC recently launched BusinessCollective, a free virtual mentorship program that helps millions of entrepreneurs start and grow businesses.

1. Connect With Your Client’s Senior Team on LinkedIn 

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Men Who Get It: Adam Quinton, Founder and CEO of Lucas Point Ventures

By Cathie Ericson “If there’s a key word that resonates with me, it’s ‘fairness,’” says Adam Quinton. He feels that while most workplaces claim to be a meritocracy, there are a host of issues you’ll notice, if you’re paying attention, that make it not quite as meritocratic as you thought. And that’s an issue that… Read More

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What Number Doubles When Its Last Digit Becomes Its First Digit? Sunday Puzzle

If the last digit of this positive number becomes the first digit, the resulting number is exactly twice as large. My number is the smallest positive number with this property. What is my number? You might be able to find some numbers that almost work. 25 would become 52, which is close to 25(2) = … Continue reading What Number Doubles When Its Last Digit Becomes Its First Digit? Sunday Puzzle Read more ›