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Profitable Low-Budget Business Ideas For Money-Wise Entrepreneurs

Small businesses are becoming increasingly popular today. If before people need to have a fortune to start a business from scratch, now, with little...

Unique Ways To Make Money From Your Love Of Food!

Link One Most of us love our food. There are some that can’t get enough of it, consuming everything in their path as they indulge...

Investing to Keep Pace: Chefs Going Back to School

Investing in our culinary leaders will give us more strength and depth and a better future. As a chef, learning is exciting as well...

Are Bean Counters More Selfish?

People are often naturally suspicious of leaders who display an overreliance on number crunching: they are considered bean counters who lack people skills; their...

What Do You Associate With Certain Words?

by Ken Vincent, Featured Contributor ANALYSTS HAVE long used word association tests to see how someone thinks and to evaluate their reasoning process. I used...

Life’s Little Lessons

By Carol Anderson, Featured Contributor CONTEXT IS IMPORTANT, but how many times do we miss the opportunity to ask just a couple questions to make...

The Granny Food Thief Strikes Again

By Steve DiGioia, Featured Contributor  SOMETHING happened the other day that reminded me of this old lady, I'll call her "Granny Food Thief". Many years ago,...

5 Next Best Alternatives To Drinking Coffee At Work

Although there are many studies about the health benefits of drinking coffee, there are several alternatives that can help you recharge your work day. Coffee is typically a go-to beverage for busy employees. Whether it’s drinking a cup or two in the…

Why Pinterest Will Be The King Of Social Media In 2014...

Did you know that Pinterest attracts more than 1K visitors per minute and it gets 2.5 million page views per month. The international traffic...

The Mastery of Recruiting?

Last week, my wife and I watched a fine documentary on TV called Jiro Dreams of Sushi. It was about an 85+ year old...