Radical compassion is the act of directly aligning ourselves and our mission with the moment.
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When the pandemic caused Swift Cafe LA's business to drop by 90%, this healthy eats restaurant partnered with the city to provide delicious, nutritious meals for senior citizens.
If you are entering a business partnership, it's important to understand the rules of a partnership agreement and how to create one. Here's what you need to know about partnership agreements.
Retirement doesn't always mean not working. Sometimes, it means pursuing entrepreneurship.
If you're more stressed, you're probably less productive. How can you reduce stress and increase productivity at the same time?
Find out what to do to keep your virtual meeting participants engaged and invested.
Fitz Frames uses new technology and creativity to not only break into an established industry, but to give back to the community.
Even in a hyper-digital era, word-of-mouth referrals are still a powerful resource.
These quotes from sales professionals could give your staff the inspiration they need.
Continuing education platforms are a great way to develop employee skills, boost morale and improve recruitment efforts.
Digital marketing is a fast-growing career path with a solid outlook for years to come.
As a hard-working entrepreneur, you deserve a break like everyone else.
As governments look to ease the global lockdown, will your employees return to your office as normal? Here are five tips to reopen your office safely and adjust to the new normal of post-COVID work.
Many full-time employees in the U.S. want to work remotely, even after the COVID-19 crisis has passed. But can working from home actually save companies money?
Writing a book can build trust and foster a more genuine connection with your consumers.
Freelancers and those needing professional talent have so many ways to connect.
Very young entrepreneurs get a lot of press. But research shows 40-somethings are the best positioned to start a business.
It’s important to focus on your customers, the features required to attract and retain them, and your team during tough times.
Chronic procrastination can have a huge impact on a business. Here's how to recognize it in yourself and overcome it.