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  • The value of regenerating

    We have all been there -- the place where we feel exhausted, depleted and lost in pursuit of a meaningful life. Before you take on ...

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  • Executive wheels: Lexus’ stinky rose

    Now, I like hybrids, and I have a lot of experience driving many different kinds. Toyota/Lexus hybrids have always impressed, but they dropped the ...

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  • So much to learn

    If you’re seeking options and opportunities for successful self-employment, the May 30 “Un-Job Fair” is an event not to be missed! Colorado ...

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  • Good company: Alex Bogusky

    Alex Bogusky joined Miami-based ad agency Crispin and Porter as art director in 1989, but he never saw himself as a “lifer” anywhere. He ...

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  • Nasdaq’s teachable moment

    There is a saying coined by Benjamin Graham (a legend in the field of security analysis) that is probably one of the most insightful comments ...

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  • The futurist: Living the life of bubble people

    Few people realize that humanity today is being confined to a macro-bubble. Our limited grasp of today’s technology, coupled with our limited understanding ...

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  • Business leaders and basketball coaches:

    Have you ever noticed that great business leaders are a lot like great college basketball coaches?  In both cases, their job is to recruit ...

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  • Five reasons to train your supervisors

    Chances are, your human resource professionals know the law and the protocols your business has in place so they can ensure they are followed. Your ...

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  • The business of gender equality

    So how do we overcome the stereotypes and discrimination that hold back the careers of our wives, mothers, daughters, and sisters—especially when the ...

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  • Executive wheels: Toyota redux

    I drove and reviewed these two vehicles just last fall, and I mentioned that to the Toyota people when we were discussing what was available. ...

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The value of regenerating

Live life to the fullest!

By Theresa M. Szczurek

Executive wheels: Lexus’ stinky rose

No guts -- no glory

By Jeff Rundles

Hi-tech from sheep to shop

Voormi makes Colorado the center of textile industry

By Morgan Tilton

So much to learn

So little time

By Esty Atlas

More about the bubble people

Extending human purpose

By Thomas Frey

Good company: Alex Bogusky

Former ad man still going to extremes

By Gigi Sukin

Nasdaq’s teachable moment

How markets can become unhinged

By Fred Taylor

The futurist: Living the life of bubble people

Unlocking the next phase of human existence

By Thomas Frey

Car-sharing in Colorado

Millions of miles, lots of money

By Morgan Tilton

Business leaders and basketball coaches:

They've got a lot in common

By Brian Tuite

Tracking customer loyalty to resort towns

Great experience = more business

By Suzie Romig

Five reasons to train your supervisors

The fix is easy

By Pamela Howland

To B clear

The line between B Corps and benefit corporations

By Kerby Meyers

Readers Respond

Business success: A matter of degree

Is this an advertisement or an article? Maybe an adverticle? Combination of the two, perhaps. I am not sure that I have ever seen this kind of promotion imbedded in an article. I read the article because I was interested in why another university was imbedding itself in Denver for an EMBA program when there are already a couple of quality EMBA programs here. I then found it interesting that the author is also the school's Associate Dean. Seems a bit self-serving in my humble opinion. By Stephen Boston on 2015 03 25

An interview with Alice the gatekeeper

Entertaining and enlightening, Sam. By TC North on 2015 03 25

Is co-working right for you?

Hey Charlie, Thanks for the article and congratulations on the opening of your upcoming Ballpark location! Would you have any interest in attending the Global Workspace Association annual convention here in Denver this coming October (http://www.globalworkspace.org/conference/)? By Nahtan Jansch on 2015 03 23

Good habits close more sales

Liz, Another great reminder that self-motivation is key to achieving success. You Rock! sam By Cold Call King on 2015 03 23

The futurist: The great cow epiphany

Imagine what you could learn from a buffalo. By Steven Shepard on 2015 03 18

An interview with Alice the gatekeeper

I think you're missing a big component - and that's research. The caller should have done her research to know who to talk to, how to pronounce the prospect's name, and what her title is/what department she's in. If not - and the call is to find out who to talk to at the company - then research is still important (about the company itself). By Sarah Rasmussen on 2015 03 17

An interview with Alice the gatekeeper

Good one Sam...you never disappoint. By Liz Wendling on 2015 03 17

Rundles wrap up: Time travel In the 21st century

Hi, Jeff. Your reminiscing about Sears stores reminded me of growing up (in a small town in southeastern Kansas). We didn't have a Sears store. We got a gigantic catalog twice a year in the mail (and a smaller Christmas catalog). You had to call in your order (to Chicago), wait a couple of weeks, and go to this tiny little office-like spot in 'downtown' to pick it up. Some of the happiest hours of my childhood were spent perusing the Sears catalog with my cousin Debbie, and dreaming of all the things we'd love to have. The rule was, we could only choose one thing on every two-page spread. I don't think I even realized there were actual Sears stores until I moved to Tulsa in 1971. I too love the old Sears store in Cherry Creek -- and spent a fair amount of time (and money) there. I'll miss it. Best wishes, Carla By Carla Wilson on 2015 03 12

50 Colorado companies: Fueling the economic fire

I would like to receive updates to local and Colorado based companies and their progress. I find this site to be informative and helpful. Also, companies relocating to the Colorado market. By Brandy Schultz on 2015 03 10

The futurist: Blueprint for a Makers District

Please do not forget the need for future transportation. Rather than "pull-in" people and goods (ENERGY creation and material supplies for ALL activities!!!!) think about a new mobility system "pushing out" from this primary "MAKING DISTRICT". People have to get to the place for daily purchases. People have to carry bought goods home. What if there were mixed-use in these villages so formed above commercial activities? Does this create a unique village? What population is adequate for such a community formation? Should this community live there as well as do a little farming to become self-sufficient? Something more to think about! By Graham Kaye-Eddie on 2015 03 10
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