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‘Un-Networking’: The Art Of Leading With Yourself, Not Your Business Card

We live in an age where you have just a few seconds to impress someone with your website, tagline, or bio. We have become masters at engineering the “perfect” profiles to hook others in and the right pitches to land the job or career advancements we want. If you can outperform your competition, or your business has 100,000 likes on Facebook, …

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How This Millennial Turned His Biggest Fear Into A Business

Fear… It can be paralyzing. It may be what is keeping you stuck in that job or relationship that you hate. Neuroscience tells us that when the fear system of the brain is active, we are less likely to take risks, and more likely to cling onto what we already have. Moreover, fear requires massive energy—so much, in fact, that it impairs …

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Why This Founder Is Starting A Movement To Empower Young Entrepreneurs

The era of the big brand is on the decline with big names like Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, Macy’s, and The Gap consistently losing revenue in recent years. That’s because a new wave of conscious consumers has been born, and they’re voting with their dollars in favor of products that contribute to a greater good. If you want to stay relevant in this day and age, …

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How To Bring A Traveler’s Mindset To Everything You Do

Millennials in the work force are traveling more than any generation before. Each year, they average five business trips, compared to just two for those aged 35 and up. By 2020, millennials are projected to account for 50% of all business travel and 20% of all leisure travel. Besides just being fun, the travel trend sweeping Gen Y may actually be making them more productive. …

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How This Millennial Thought Leader Is Using Facebook Live To Build Her Business

Over 22% of marketing emails never reach their subscribers’ inboxes. For marketers, these missing messages translate to devastating losses in potential revenue–totaling in the tens of millions annually. If you’ve ever crafted an email for a list of subscribers before, you know the amount of care that goes into writing each and every word. The fact that roughly a quarter of your messages are destined …