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5 Uplifting Books You Should Read This Holiday Season

Make the most of your travel time and moments between meetings with some good reading.

Adam Toren

Failure Is the Seed of Growth and Success

We've all encountered bad outcomes in our lives. Here are five reasons why it may be a good thing.

Zach Cutler

Get Out of the Blame Trap and Start Changing Undesired Outcomes

Use this three-step process to figure out what's wrong and go about implementing fixes.

How to Dress for a Business Meeting. Yes, Seriously. (Infographic)

You may be tempted to try the rumpled-hair, hoodie look – just don't.

This Wristband Delivers Electric Shocks When You're Slacking

In a slump? Don't try harder. Electrocute yourself. Seriously.

3 TED Talks That Will Convince You to Get More Sleep

Not getting enough sleep? Sleep on these three eye-opening TED Talks about shuteye and discover the secrets to sleeping your way to the top (literally).

Stop Listening to These 5 Self-Limiting Beliefs Stunting Your Business

Sometimes being brutally honest has the happy result of realizing, even if you can improve. you are smart, you work hard, you can do this.

Coach Yourself to Success With These 6 Tips

Finding a good mentor can be difficult, but luckily, you can teach yourself a lot of what you need to know nowadays.

Stephen Key

3 Tips for Saving Time Every Day

A small investment in learning some new technical tricks can pay daily productivity dividends.

Jason Womack

Teach Yourself Coding on Your Own Time With These Resources

Learning the language of computers is an incredibly useful skill for entrepreneurs to have.

Peter Gasca

How Learning-as-You-Go Is Part of the Entrepreneur's Journey

What you know is far less valuable than your willingness to teach yourself what you need to know.

Nathan Resnick

Whether You're Starting a Business or Not, It Pays to Think Like an Entrepreneur

Applying these eight skills will differentiate you from a crowded and competitive workforce and prepare you if you do start a venture.

Peter Gasca