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The secret to becoming a best company to work for

It can be easy to get bogged down by the perks – gym memberships, kegerators in the company kitchen, mini badminton tournaments – but there has to be a genuinely exceptional corporate culture to back that up.

Can you #tweet your way to #greatness? #NoWay

Simplifying messages is a talent that’s extremely valuable in an executive. Framing issues quickly and getting to the essence is a skill that comes more naturally to some than others.

Protect your company from a data breach

While data breaches may begin to feel inevitable, with the bad guys seemingly always one step ahead, it’s clear that companies need to take cybersecurity seriously, devoting personnel and money to the issue.
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Authenticity is not a sales strategy

The buzzword, authentic, does not alone get the job done when it comes to selling.

Occupancy flat, revenues up in western mountain destinations

According to Denver-based DestiMetrics’ monthly Mountain Market Briefing, snow remains in springtime forecasts, however, less than a month remains of the 2016-17 booking season.

The eight best stock photo collections for your brand

Stock photography doesn’t have to dissolve your identity. It can reflect a company’s work ethic, time investment and attention to detail.
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How to eliminate your never-good-enough syndrome

What is the one thing that causes you to lose you of inner peace and confidence?

Rundles wrapup: Save like mad and more reflections on retirement

As I write, I’m on the eve of my 65th birthday, have my Medicare card and coverage in place, am trying to delay taking Social Security until I qualify for a higher monthly payout, am finding job applications rejected due to my age (obliquely), and I’m constantly being asked why I don’t just retire by well-meaning but obviously ignorant people, mostly younger, who just assume that retirement is a piece of cake.

Why the quest for balance won't make you happy

The truth of it is, owning a growing business and having a full life can be like a constant game of trying to get ahead of a fast-moving train.
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Lessons from America’s most admired investor: Warren Buffett

Take note of Warren Buffett's lessons: Beating the market consistently over long time periods is possible, but also exceedingly difficult and therefore improbable.

The top 5 pieces of financial advice for millennials

Whether you are a millennial, a parent or employer of millennials, stay tuned for few important details on the generation’s mindset about finances and some simple tips for money management.

Latest CBRE Research shows Denver tops the list of metros worthy of investment

Denver moved up in the rankings in this year’s CBRE Americas Investor Intentions Survey – from the No. 9 to No. 8 slot on the list of best metros for investment.
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