One More Thing You Can Learn from Apple

The world's most valuable company really does think differently about its consumers. Why that matters.

3 Essential Ingredients for Fruitful Franchising

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New York Fries founder Jay Gould explains his approach to franchising, innovation and spending his own money.

Too Much Entrepreneurialism Can Be a Bad Thing

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Why mid-sized companies need to stay focused instead of jumping at every available opportunity.

4 Lessons From an Exit You Can Use Now

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Janalta Interactive founder Cory Janssen explains how the sale of his business changed his approach to entrepreneurship

What’s Emotional Intelligence Worth to You?

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Knowing how to read other people's feelings is a good way to get ahead.

7 Questions with Emad Rizkalla

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The much-decorated Newfoundland tech entrepreneur on what success means to him

Why You Need to Hire Nicer People

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Winkreative and Monocle founder Tyler Brûlé explains the importance of a humanitarian workforce.

Do You Know How Your Employees Feel Right Now?

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Rather than waiting for the year-end review to gauge worker satisfaction take a proactive approach. Use pulse surveys.

You May Be the Boss, But Do You Sound like the Boss?

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Power speaks volumes, literally. Why you need to be loud and shrill.

One Weird Trick to Boost Your Productivity Today!

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Trying to get more done during the workday? Use your common sense, not pseudoscientific gimmicks.

Motivation Tips from Celebrity Fitness Trainer Harley Pasternak

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The Canadian fitness coach to the stars has turned his Hollywood exposure into a business empire. Here's what you can learn from him.

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