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Prepare and Protect Your Business

Emergency preparedness and safety experts focused on three key issues to consider – and how to make a plan for your business.

Lone Tree's iFLY Takes Team Building to Daring New Heights

Responding to the times, employers such as the Opus Group, Charles Schwab and Facebook are taking an exhilarating approach to team building by hosting corporate events at Colorado’s only indoor skydiving gym.

Watch Doors Open for Collaboration with Smart Questions and Boundaries

IMAGO dialogue allows for validation to replace tension that often accompanies the need to solve a problem quickly, allowing for psychological safety and supporting effective flow of meaning.

Are your Travels Bumpy or Beautiful?

In my experience, the most successful executives are neither extreme.

3 Ways Your Small Business Can Benefit from an Advanced Phone Solution

The tools that empower large corporations are the exact same tools that can help small business owners. An advanced phone solution like hosted VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is a great example.

Mark Cuban’s Advice to Denver Startup Week

Mark Cuban, an investor, entrepreneur, personality on the ABC show “Shark Tank” and owner of the Dallas Mavericks NBA team discussed entrepreneurship and current events during Denver Startup Week 2017. Brad Feld, a venture capitalist at Boulder’s Foundry Group and co-founder of Techstars, moderated the conversation between he and Charlie Ergen, founder of Dish Network.

When to Use a Talent-First Business Growth Strategy

Here’s how INK Communications Co. turned typical business growth strategy on its head and came out better for it.

This is It – Practice Rest and Reflection

If you don’t currently have a practice of finding a quiet space and turning off the noise for a bit, I strongly recommend it.

Leaders Grow and Thrive When They Build Community

Leaders develop better when apart of a community, even if they’re starting a business independently.

How to Take On the Big Guy

It’s nice to think that you don’t have to compete, but that’s naïve. There are usually a number of players trying to satisfy a customer’s need in the same market space.

Spur Excellence with Miller's L.O.V.E. to Learn Circle

When you explore with positive intention and forward momentum, you expand your influence factor.

Copyright Infringement and the Snow Globe Cupcake Wars

First-to-market strategies can be successful if a business is prepared and understands that their time in the limelight is limited and then must be ready to move on to the next big thing.
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