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Misunderstanding The Point Of Leadership Development
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The point of the many leadership development tools the modern world has to offer–leadership training, mentorship, leadership keynote speakers with their take on the subject–may not be what you think it is. It isn’t leadership for leaders’ sake. And it isn’t leadership for leadership’s own sake.

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Four Core Strategies For Cultivating Affluent Investors
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Financial advisors need to master four core business development strategies – framing, profiling, strategic partnering with centers of influence, becoming a thought leader – in order to build very successful high-net-worth practices.

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SoFi CEO Mike Cagney Out Immediately Amid Sexual Harassment Investigation
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Mike Cagney, CEO of personal finance company Social Finance Inc., will be stepping down immediately following sexual harassment allegations, rather than at the end of the year as previously announced.

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The Role Of Entrepreneurship In Ending Poverty And Homelessness
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In 2015, the United Nations published a set of objects for eliminating extreme poverty known as the Sustainable Development Goals. Social entrepreneurs are playing a meaningful role in their accomplishment, combining the best of for-profit and nonprofit business models.

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What Generation Z is Teaching Us About the Future of Digital Marketing
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By evolving the “personal brand,” taking diversity for granted, and opting for a sharing economy, Gen Z’ers have already begun reshaping our social spaces.

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The 5 Smartest Things I Did My First Year As An Entrepreneur
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After a year running a business as a personal trainer, this writer shares the five things she did that other entrepreneurs should do, too.

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Field-To-Table Mystique in Rural Maine: How Owner Erin French Protects The Lost Kitchen
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Everyone wants a seat at this Maine restaurant. Chef and owner Erin French strives to keep it small and personal.

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Three Things To Focus On When Pitching Your Product Launch To The Press
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So you have a product in the pipeline, and finally — after months of development — you’re ready to launch. You want some publicity, so you’re going to approach media. Here are three things to keep in mind.

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Backed By Twitter And Skype Co-Founders, Flying Cars Take Another Step Closer To Reality
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German aviation company Lilium announced it has secured $90 million in funding for development of a five-seat jet that would fly at 186 mph, which would make it possible to travel between Manhattan and New York’s JFK airport in five minutes.

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