Angel King Investors found Ross Blankenship spends time sharing his insights on how startups can secure the right funding from investors—and the qualities he looks for in industry trend-setters.
Marketing guru Jen Hudye shares her long-hailed Character Diamond to help business leaders craft a humanized persona for consumers. The secret: Knowing all four characteristics of your business—and leveraging them effectively.
Community outreach and volunteerism have become increasingly popular in recent years. But why? Is this of any value to your brand? Absolutely. And here’s why.
“Champion Investor” Chad Champion flips the script on wealth-building with this look at savings and investing vs. skill-building. The numbers point to a higher likelihood of millionaire-hood when you invest your savings in yourself instead of penny stocks and frivolous assets.
Running a business can be excruciatingly difficult—never mind the extra effort needed to grow profits and make an impact. That’s why, in all the chaos of the day-to-day, it’s worth revisiting these daily mantras. Remember these success stories and tell yourself you have it in you to find the same success.
The best way to get world-class, high-paying clients is not by throwing money at a million different ads. It’s by writing a book that shows the world you are an expert. Here’s how publishing expert Laura Hanly did it.
For many looking to beef up retirement savings, stocks and bonds are a go-to. But self-directed IRAs are increasingly popular for those who want both more control over their investment portfolios and the flexibility to invest in alternative assets.
Think you can keep the best talent by offering a flat salary? Think again. CEOs should know the right benefits to keep top talent hooked, and employees should know how to advocate for their own needs. Here’s how you do both.
Ed Sheeran’s money-making marketing meeting? Sounds crazy, but the best-selling artist has a lot to teach business leaders about how to lead meetings and iterate on ideas quickly for maximized profit.
2018 is bright—but we have a habit of not learning from our mistakes. Take stock, then, of the missteps of 2017 CEOs and learn how not to repeat the sins of the past.