What’s your business doing to increase its transparency to consumers?
When you look at music, it’s hard to imagine the role A.I. will eventually play. It’s such an art form that you have to wonder if it’s conducive to automation and machine learning. But the more you study the growth of new technologies, the more clearly you can see the potential.
One of the beautiful things about music is that only a very select few people are capable of being successful. There are millions of people who can strum a guitar, play a simple tune on a piano, or maintain some semblance of a beat on a drum set, but there are very few who are truly talented. The Frank Sinatras, Michael Jacksons, and John Legends of the world only come along once in a generation. Music truly is an art form and that’s why people respect it so much.
These tools should fit into a small bag, enabling you to be productive wherever you are.
The first step is committing to the idea of becoming a business owner and refusing to let your youth be a disadvantage.
There are a handful of major technological hubs in the United States, where investors and consumers loom to witness the birth of the next revolutionary technology. However, there may be a new city among their ranks, as New Orleans starts to adopt more technological and entrepreneurial resources to reinvent its image and operations.
There’s no shortage of things to do in New Orleans, from steamboat tours to jazz music to ghost-themed walkabouts (and of course, the amazing food). But recently, it’s the innovative, technological spirit of the city that’s been driving its growth.
There’s no question that our mattresses, sheets and other sleeping comforts have improved dramatically over the past century. However, according to NPR, more than 60 million Americans struggle with insomnia every year — and scientists still aren’t …
Customers like the “pro” of risk reduction for trying your product; but, beware the “con”: Some may try to manipulate you.
The key to success with infographics is understanding how to design them according to reader preferences.
Got a firm handshake? Remembered to bring business cards? Go to a party or event prepared to “wow” people in those first crucial seconds.
You’re finally letting someone else infiltrate the walls of your company, and you’ll have to assume the role of that person’s boss. Don’t panic.
Work on your hobby, learn about sales and marketing and dedicate yourself to steady improvement.
As the owner of a local business, you have to face several disadvantages. But that doesn’t mean you can’t succeed.
Choosing your medium — text or in-person? — and keeping your message decisive and focused are just two of the key strategies.
Bring a tennis ball with you on your next trip. No, really.
Ecommerce has expanded to the offline world, and now industries are merging.
It’s hard not to fantasize about building your own wealth online, but actually the idea isn’t as unlikely as you think.
Rather than judge entrepreneurs for making money, let’s start asking how we can participate in their philanthropic projects.
Starting a business is scary, and quitting a job that pays the bills is risky. Here’s advice on how to mitigate the risk.
Ninety percent of startups fail within a few years. Be aware of the common sources of failure so you can work to avoid the pitfalls.
Protect your business by investing in a solution that aids in data backup and disaster recovery.
Avoiding lawsuits isn’t as thrilling as winning litigation but it’s far less expensive.
Endless repetition has made some business aphorisms sound right, but do they hold up? Let’s think it through.