credit to: Harvey Mackay: Enthusiasm births all sizes of successRead more
The old cartoon strip character Calvin, from "Calvin and Hobbes," once said the difference between him and the rest of the world was, "Happiness isn't good enough for me! I demand euphoria!"Calvin is right. You must live with enthusiasm. It's one of the most important attributes...
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You've started a company and it goes belly-up. Or you launched a new product and not only does it fail to sell,...Read more
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"If you want to get along, you have to go along," was the advice legendary Speaker of the House Sam Rayburn gave to members of Congress. It was the mantra by which he governed the House of Representatives. While Rayburn's adage is focused on what it takes to succeed within a...Read more
credit Sarah Perez Another dispatch from the post-PC era: Forrester’s latest report on mobile adoption in the enterprise found that 66% of employees now use two or more devices every day, there including desktops, laptops, smartphones and tablets. A smaller, but notable 12% percent said...
Never once in my life until my mid 30s did anyone ever (to the best of my recollection) call me "creative." But now, I hear it all the time. So what happened? Well, after a traditional education, business school, and five years working in strategy consulting and venture...Read more
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Historically, pill REIT yields have exceeded dividend yields of most publicly traded stocks, making them ideal for an individual retirement account (IRA) or other tax-deferred portfolio. Their actual dividend yields tend to be somewhat correlated with – and generally higher...Read more
Big-box space close to seaports is disappearing fast Competition for market share of inbound shipping remains fierce among U.S. ports, especially as the east coast gears up for an expanded Panama Canal and trade flows continue to shift among developed and emerging...Read more
Big questions always strike unexpectedly, when our guard is down. I was watching my toddlers splash in the pool last summer when a fellow dad plunged me into revisiting the meaning of home...Read more