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Hiring for Fit
By Alison King

One of the biggest challenges shared by almost every entrepreneur and small business owner I know is staffing. Not just the time and money spent searching for, screening, interviewing and hiring candidates, but finding long-term employees who contribute to the business' bottom line.   Read More

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Three Strategies High Achievers Use to Make Their Dreams a Reality
By Larry Alton

Some people seem to be born with a golden touch that turns every project into a success.   Read More

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Want to Get More Done? Seven Easy Ways to Reduce Your Workload
By Anna Johansson

A full workload is a good thing; it means you're achieving your potential, and you have enough work to stay busy throughout the day. But an excessive workload is damaging because it interferes with your ability to perform each task to your maximum potential, stresses you out, and forces you to forego important or personal activities.   Read More

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Managing Mistakes: Six Steps to Creating a Supportive Culture
By Virginia Suliman

"Test and learn," "fail fast," and "fail forward" are all phrases we hear and parrot back to our organizations to feel relevant and in touch with the innovative spirit.   Read More

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Stretch, Tackle & Question: One CTO's Career Advice
By Marian Cook

Dr. Darlene Solomon is chief technology officer for Agilent Technologies, advancing chemical and biological measurements in the life sciences, diagnostics, and applied markets.   Read More

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Why You Shouldn't Invest Everything into One Career
By Anna Johansson

It's tempting to invest everything you have into one career. If you want to be an entrepreneur and start a business, it makes sense that you'd pour all your time and money into that business...   Read More