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The Dream Job Is a Myth. Focus Instead on Living Your Best Life.

You find your true calling by explore opportunities for happiness and growth.

Jon Levy

4 Steps to Build Strategically Critical Leadership-Development Programs

Don't just tell employees why training is important -- show them: Use hands-on learning that connects your content to real-world business situations.

William Hall

Tips to Build An Awesome 'Harley Davidson Style' Online Community

Online user communities can be a powerful force for businesses.

Ketan Kapoor

How to Retain Employees Through 'Servant' Leadership

No, "servant" leaders aren't slaves to their employers, or even pushovers. They just aren't authoritarians who boss employees around.

Zeynep Ilgaz

One Secret of Successful People I Just Finally Adopted

Improve your image and build confidence by dressing one level up.

Jerry Jao

5 Ways to Increase Your Visibility on LinkedIn

Whether building a professional network, developing a sales platform or looking to be recruited, LinkedIn offers access to millions. Here's how to get noticed.

Set a Simple Goal for the Year

The fewer words required to explain your goal, the likelier you are to achieve it.

Jim Joseph

4 Old-School Characteristics That Make Modern Entrepreneurs Thrive

Tomorrow's biggest successes will be those who learn from those who came before. That means patience in putting business first and selecting a partner who's in it for the right reasons.

Sheila Eugenio

8 Free Training Tools That Will Help You Excel at Your Job

Not every employer will pay for training to get you ahead but they all notice when you're falling behind.

John Boitnott

6 Ways High-Octane Leaders Fuel Their Teams to Achieve More

Invest time and energy in your people to build relationships while you grow your business.

Peter Diamond

3 Ways to Drive Continual Improvement

Prepare before you have to, observe how others approach challenges and hold yourself accountable for the process as well as its outcomes.

Jason Womack

Are You a Candidate for Reinvention?

Size up your change challenge, then make the needed adjustments.