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3 Must-Read Books Written By Inspiring Women in Tech

When Harry Truman said: “Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers,” he knew what he was talking about. It is no secret that some of the most successful people in the world are vivid readers. Warren Buffet himself has said more than ones that the key to his success is the fact…

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Technology Will Never Replace Humans and Two More Outtakes From Jack Ma’s Computing Conference 2017 Speech

If you worry that technology sooner or later will overtake humans, maybe it is time to look at the situation from another angle. When inevitably, AI and robots will transform the workforce landscape, it won’t necessarily mean that humans won’t still play a key role. Or at least this is what Alibaba’s Jack Ma thinks.

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Here Is How Buddhist Wisdom Can Boost Your Entrepreneurial Spirit

Being an entrepreneur challenges your mental toughness. Entrepreneurs, who give enough attention to their physical and mental well-being, are more likely to thrive in the business world in the long run.  The growing awareness of the psychological price that entrepreneurs pay for running a startup helps more entrepreneurs to face the issue.

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The Greatest Speeches in History: Sheryl Sandberg’s HBS Speech

The Greatest Speeches in History is a weekly column that compiles the most memorable speeches in history with the goal to emphasize the power of public speaking, to illustrate its importance, impact, and necessity to master.

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5 Ways to Be a More Interesting Person

Charismatic, charming and interesting people are great to talk to. There is something magnetic about them, something that makes you want to hang out again and again with them. They spark your curiosity, tackle your imagination and, in general, make you feel good when you are in their company. They are liked by most of…

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Can The Japanese Game Shiritori Help You Generate Original Ideas?

“Nobody has a monopoly on good ideas.” Kevin O’Leary has said and we couldn’t agree more with the famous Mr. Wonderful. In the competitive world that we live in where constant innovation changes the business landscape quicker than ever, coming up with good ideas is not enough. What will make you stand out from the…

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15 Inspiring Mission Statements from The World’s Super Successful Companies

In his famous book The Art of the Start, Guy Kawasaki gives us the essential starter kit to build a business. He tackles all important subjects that excite and worry the entrepreneurs and offer us a different look at some of the most important steps of launching and running a business beginning with the idea…

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Six Small Things People Subconsciously Use To Judge Your Personality

There are many ways to send a message to the people you meet for the first time before you even begin to speak. These small things that people notice about you in the first seconds of your meeting are very important. People quickly judge and the first impressions set the tone of the rest of…

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5 Ways to Use Failure to Your Advantage

Failure is an inevitable part of success. The way startup owners handle setbacks from any scale shows their character and their ability to handle the roller coaster of building a business. Entrepreneurs, who try to avoid failure, sometimes play it too safe, don’t take risks and lower their chances of getting ahead in business.

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5 Reasons You Should Never Stop Developing as a Business Owner

Even if you think you have a timeless, golden concept, you shouldn’t stop yourself there. Business owners should never stop developing. This is just as true for developing their businesses as it is for personal development. There’s always somewhere else to go from where you’re at, whether or not you can see your next destination…

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