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Deals: It's Business Time. Pay What You Want For These MBA Bootcamp Courses

MBA training is invaluable, whether you’re an entrepreneur or someone looking to climb the career ladder. And having skills in finance, business writing, and leadership are essential for success.

Beyond 9/11: The True Cost Of Global Terrorism On Business

The costs of global terrorism on business go beyond the destruction caused in the attacks, to impact the value of brands and supply chains for products, new research shows. It can also give a competitive edge to some companies while destroying others. In the 15 years since the September 11 terrorist attacks, terrorism and its tragic consequences have become transnational in nature and in impact. Terrorism moved from an unquantifiable uncertainty to a risk, with an ever-increasing frequency that exceeded 70,000 attacks within the last 15 years. The cost of these attacks on human lives is alarming and devastating. But today, we step back and take a closer look at the impact of terrorism on businesses.

10 Warnings Signs That You're Working For A Dodgy Startup

It’s exciting to work for a startup. You can become part of a team that disrupts the market — be true pioneers in a particular industry. But not all startups are created equal and there will be misguided entrepreneurs who you definitely want to avoid because they’re either up to no good or are just bad at what they do. But how do you identify them? One ex-employee of a dodgy startup shared her experience and red flags to watch out for.

A Great Idea Will Only Take Your Business So Far - You Need Business Skills Too

I have met many brilliant and entrepreneurial people in my life who have had grand ideas for a businesses. They enthusiastically give me details about their ideas and some actually go through with them. I can see they’re determined to succeed and yet I’ve seen many of them fail. It’s often the ones who don’t know much about the ins and outs of running a business that stumble. Here’s why.

How To Turn Your Side Gig Into A Full-Time Job, From A Professional Cosplayer

Taking the skills you have in your hobbies and turning them into a profession is no easy task. Some may be happy simply to express themselves for fun and earn a little spare cash, but if you want to take your skills to the next level, the world of cosplay has some helpful tips.

Kick Off A Great Presentation By Showing Visuals Before You Explain Them

When you’re giving a presentation, a little mystery goes a long way. If you want to grasp your audience’s attention, start off your presentation with some visuals that get them thinking.

The Problem With 'Don't Take It Personally, It's Business'

The traditional advice to “not take it personally, it’s business” can be kind of problematic. It suggests you should just chalk up your experience to the perils of professionalism, rather than process or learn anything from it so you can grow.

What Motivates People To Start Their Own Businesses?

While it can be a rewarding experience, striking out on your own to start a business can be tough and daunting as it comes with a lot of uncertainty. The potential instability of not having a steady stream of income is what usually scares people away and yet there are many driven individuals determined to be their own boss. So what makes people want to do it? Here’s what we know.

See How Much Unproductive Meetings Actually Cost With This Calculator

A lot of meetings end up being a complete waste of time, but that wasted time also means wasted money. This calculator will show how much an unproductive meeting really costs.

When Building Your Professional Network, Don't Forget To 'Network Down'

Building a real professional network is a valuable way to get ahead and you can do it without being sleazy. One key way to do that: don’t just “network up” to people above you.

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