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5 Traits of Trustworthy Leadership

Top Characteristics of a Good, Trustworthy Leader

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Best Alternative Small Business Loans

It's not always easy for small business owners to get financing for new ventures and timely opportunities. Fortunately, there are some good nontraditional options for acquiring business capital.

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16 Simple Professional Habits to Boost Your Career

If you'd like to clear a path toward success, learn the most effective tactics for boosting productivity and improving job satisfaction.

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It’s Never Too Early - or Too Late - to Plan for Retirement

While happy retirements can mean different things to different people, they all require some type of funding. If you haven’t begun planning your retirement, the following checklist will help you get started.

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Authenticity in the workplace: Aligning work and personal values

Is one of your resolutions to live more authentically in the New Year, especially at work?

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4 of The Best Business Books to Read From 2016

In an era dominated by online content, picking up a physical book can feel extra special. When it comes to books on business, you’ll be able to acquire some in-depth information straight from expert businesspeople themselves.

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5 Business Tasks You Should Delegate

Every entrepreneur wants his or her business running in high gear. That said, you can't really streamline your company if you can't streamline your day.

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5 Online Meeting Platforms

Ideally, a meeting platform should be dependable and cost-effective, while offering plenty of great features. At the same time, it should be easy for all collaborators to connect without joining difficulties and unexpected interruptions. So, which platforms offer the most bang for your buck? The following five offer impressive attributes for meetings, group collaborations and screen sharing.

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Email Etiquette 101

Unfortunately, in the age of demanding schedules, it's quite easy to click "send" without paying close attention to what you've typed. To avoid embarrassing and costly errors, learn some fundamental tips for improving your netiquette.

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5 Tactics That Could be Undermining Your Search Engine Optimization

If you aren’t seeing results from your Search Engine Optimization (SEO) efforts, there’s a chance you could be undermining your work without even realizing.

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Tax Strategies for Those Who Work Remotely

Unfortunately, the tax landscape isn't always so clear for remote workers, who draw income from multiple sources and work from multiple locations. To avoid potential penalties and limit your tax obligations, consider the following tax strategies for remote workers.

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Gender Discrimination and Financing

The research findings are contradictory — some studies suggest that there’s no gender discrimination in business financing, while others crunch the numbers and see an obvious gap in funding and loan consideration.

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Check Up on Business Goals Before the Holidays

With more time to plan, small business owners can more accurately foresee what will need to be accomplished and how best to undertake it so that 2016 ends smoothly and 2017 will be even more successful.

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6 Mistakes to Avoid in Your Writing

Modern entrepreneurs spend a lot of time pecking away at keyboards. Unfortunately, many undervalue the importance of well-written internal and external communications. From emails and blog posts to client proposals and reports for management, poor business writing can undermine your success.

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7 Ways to Get More Traffic to your Webinar

Webinars are an excellent way to convert traffic and subscribers into paying customers. That said, they only work if people show up.

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