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18 Things You Need To Give Up To Become A High-Achieving Person – Brianna Wiest Brianna Wiest

A secret about success is that it is just as much about what you give up as what you gain.Are you willing to give up late nights out for late nights in working? Are you willing to turn a deaf ear to blind criticisms? Are you willing to listen to helpful ones? Are you going to be … Continue reading 18 Things You Need To Give Up To Become A High-Achieving Person – Brianna Wiest Brianna Wiest

Here’s What Hiring Managers Actually Care About – Aimée Lutkin

You can’t jump into the mind of the person sitting across from you in an interview and know exactly what they’re looking for. But there are, fortunately, some basic qualities most hiring managers think are pretty important across the board. In a survey of 800 people who have been responsible for interviewing and hiring at … Continue reading Here’s What Hiring Managers Actually Care About – Aimée Lutkin

3 Things To Watch Following McDonald’s Q3 Earnings – Alicia Kelso

With global comp sales up 4.2% and U.S. comp sales up 2.4%, McDonald’s turned in a strong third quarter, and investors are happy for now. But we all know that running a restaurant chain is about more than just making investors happy, right? Beyond the financials, a number of narratives emerged during the company’s earnings … Continue reading 3 Things To Watch Following McDonald’s Q3 Earnings – Alicia Kelso

The Success of Your Business Depends On The Relationship Between IT & Finance – Damon Fletcher

Thirty-eight percent of CFOs are responsible for IT departments, but many finance departments operate separately from their IT counterparts. As CFO duties evolve to include greater technology responsibilities, it is vital for modern finance departments to prioritize a data strategy. In fact, digital transformation is a necessity. Without evolving the relationship between finance and IT … Continue reading The Success of Your Business Depends On The Relationship Between IT & Finance – Damon Fletcher

How Haircare Startup Briogeo Went From Zero To $10 Million In Sales In Just Four Years – Chloe Sorvino

 A charcoal and coconut-oil shampoo that smells like mint cookies flows into dozens of 8-ounce tubs at a contract lab in suburban New Jersey. Surveying the tubs is 33-year-old Nancy Twine, who created the shampoo, a scalp-exfoliating formula that retails for nine times the cost of mass-market shampoos like Head and Shoulders. “This was a … Continue reading How Haircare Startup Briogeo Went From Zero To $10 Million In Sales In Just Four Years – Chloe Sorvino

Elon’s Enablers: Tesla’s Submissive Board May Be As Big A Risk As An Erratic CEO – Alan Ohnsman

With Tesla closer to transitioning from niche electric-car company to high-volume manufacturer than it’s ever been, discipline and focus have never been needed more. And with its ever-expanding need for funds and with billions of dollars of shareholder equity on the line, you’d think the turmoil sparked by CEO Elon Musk’s erratic public comments would … Continue reading Elon’s Enablers: Tesla’s Submissive Board May Be As Big A Risk As An Erratic CEO – Alan Ohnsman

Pepsico Betting $3.2 Billion That The Future Of Soda Is Sparkling Water Made At Home With SodaStream – Maggie McGrath

Pepsi is betting that the future of soda is at home and more in the realm of sparkling water than in aluminum cans laden with 41 grams of sugar: The beverage giant announced Monday morning that it is spending $3.2 billion, or $144 per share, to acquire at-home seltzer maker SodaStream. The deal, which Pepsi plans to … Continue reading Pepsico Betting $3.2 Billion That The Future Of Soda Is Sparkling Water Made At Home With SodaStream – Maggie McGrath

Want To Climb Up The Corporate Ladder? Start Here – Shelcy V. Joseph

Leveling up in your career is a long-term game. No one gets promoted overnight. Climbing up the corporate (or entrepreneurial) ladder takes real commitment, hard work combined with strategy and most importantly, patience. Kaethe Schuster, Sales & Marketing National Account Executive at The Dow Chemical Company, can certainly speak to this. Kaethe has been with the company for 19 … Continue reading Want To Climb Up The Corporate Ladder? Start Here – Shelcy V. Joseph

Training Contracts: 8 Things eLearning Pros Need To Know – Christopher Pappas

Everything eLearning Pros Need To Know About Training Contracts Joseph R. Codde first introduced the term "Learning Contract" in 1996, years before the term "eLearning" was even coined. However, it’s the perfect addition to online training programs that lack structure and learner motivation. Applied in a corporate setting, "training contracts" hold corporate learners accountable for … Continue reading Training Contracts: 8 Things eLearning Pros Need To Know – Christopher Pappas

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