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7 Things to Know about Uber’s New CEO Dara Khosrowshahi

Following the leadership shakedown that the company experienced in the past several months and the resignation of Travis Kalanick in June, after a long search for the perfect match, Uber appointed as a CEO the well-known executive Dara Khosrowshahi.

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Top Team Attributes to Highlight in Your Investor Pitch

It is a well-known fact that all investors, who know what they are doing, rarely invest in a company just because they like the idea. There are many more factors that play a key role and one of these factors that has a lot to do with the capabilities, the experience, and collectiveness of the…

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Twitter Tests 280 Character Limit and Some Reactions Are Priceless

On Tuesday, Twitter made an announcement that it is testing the expansion of character count from 140 symbols to 280. This significant change will be tested by a random group of Twitter accounts and is not available in Japanese, Korean and Chinese.

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Why Your Hard Work Still Doesn’t Bring Results?

Has it ever happened to you to put your heart and soul, your time and effort into something to find out that the results are still disappointing and unsatisfying? It isn’t always easy to turn hard work into elite results, that’s a fact that many entrepreneurs can’t easily accept.

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3 Short Films That Are Worth Your Time

To get ahead in business, the entrepreneurs need to master many skills, which are not directly connected with their niche or product and storytelling and public speaking are two of the most important ones. These two skills are essential for entrepreneurs, who sooner or later will pitch their businesses to potential investors, to new clients…

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The Greatest Speeches in History: Steve Jobs and His Stanford Commencement Address

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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Is Storytelling Really The Most Powerful Communication Tool?

In 2009, New York Times Magazine columnist Rob Walker and writer, editor, semiotics analyst, and author of Taking Things Seriously Joshua Glenn run a storytelling experiment known as The Significant Objects Project. They wanted to test the hypothesis that stories have such power and, if told well, they can have a significant effect on the…

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The Gender Pay Gap And How to Get Paid What You’re Worth

The gender pay gap is a topic that makes many people in business uncomfortable; it is the elephant in the room, which nobody dares to talk about. But when we put the facts in numbers, the statistics come as shocking to many and can’t be ignored any longer.

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Peter F Drucker’s Seven Sources of Innovative Opportunity

Peter F. Drucker, known as the inventor of modern management, has left us with valuable resources on leadership, management, business, innovation, and entrepreneurship. He has made a tremendous impact in the business world, leaving his lasting legacy as a guidance and inspiration to business leaders and entrepreneurs.

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10 Quotes That Will Inspire You To Commit To Excellence

Have you ever thought what makes some people successful and others not, even though they have similar skill sets, available resources, and goals? The differences might be many, but what makes a successful person thick often starts with their commitment to excellence.

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