Creative ways to drive website traffic

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The hope of every business is to increase the number of visitors who come to their website. In most cases, the more traffic your business website gets, the more sales, inquiries, money and exposure they get. However, just because someone comes to your website, it doesn’t mean they will

The Product Owner Problem

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“We’re really struggling with the Product Owner concept, and many of our Scrum teams just don’t feel very productive.” they told us. “We’d like you to take a look at this and make some recommendations.” The company had several vertical markets, with a Scr

Why do we Fear Failure?

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I’ve interacted with plenty of Entrepreneurs & Startups, students & professionals who want to become Entrepreneurs and a peculiar mindset that I have seen among a vast majority is

8 Business Lessons from Roger Ebert

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Phil Rosenthal has a great column in the Sunday Chicago Tribune arguing that one of the late Roger Ebert’s greatest legacies is as a businessman and pioneer of the “brand called you.”  You should read Rosenthal’s entire piece, but here’s a summary of the lessons

Eliminate This Weird Paradox to Save Time

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You spend a lot of time doing things you’re unaware of. Your brains tricks you into thinking that focusing on these hidden tasks will save time in your workday. It won’t. Find out why in my new video. I’ll share one trick to uncovering lots of hidden hours monthly.

5 Qualities of the Greatest Home Page Marketing Videos on the Web

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About a year ago I wrote about the future of home page design, one in which simplicity, ease of navigation, and funnel marketing were all prominent components to success. Looking back, I made one major omission, and that is the power of video marketing when it comes to powerful home page website

Bold Approaches for Successfully Retaining Every Innovator, Part 2 of 2

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A retention toolkit for innovators As the economy picks up and unemployment rates continue to drop, I can forecast with a good deal of certainty that the turnover rates among all employees will increase. The value of and the demand for innovators will increase even more rapidly. In addition, inno

Are meetings a force for good?: Some questions for the authors of The Org

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There’s lots to dislike about the modern workplace. Dunderheaded managers. Snarls of bureaucracy. And all those endless meetings. But Ray Fisman and Tim Sullivan say all those threats to our sanity might actually be helpful — the equivalent of sheep in wolves’ clothing. In their

My Grandmother was unusual. Who was yours?

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Unusual people and events have powerfully shaped my life, and the lessons I’ve learned from them are the roots of my unrelenting passion. My grandmother was my earliest inspiration. She taught kindergarten in New York City for 40 years, and when I visited her class, I felt like the most imp