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Do your best where you are

You will be able to pursue your passion -- eventually

By Helen Raleigh

Six strategies for a rewarding life

Success is self-determined

By Theresa M. Szczurek

Drama works at the office

Another myth about business success

By Jane Miller

(5) Reader Responses

The power of the Japanese handshake

Always take the high road

By Erin Gibbs

Five ways to ensure you don’t get hired

Avoid these if you want the job

By Shawna Simcik

(2) Reader Responses

Best of CoBiz: Don’t be a coporate culture misfit

If you're the new exec on the block -- have a plan

By Lisa Jackson

(1) Reader Responses

Take control of your success

How to make the most of your career

By Keith Ferazzi

Six job search tips that work

Great for newbies and others

By Gale Dunlap

Summer interns 101

How to make the most of your hires

By Sue Wolf

The proven power of goal-setting

Overcoming your resistance to change

By Liz Wendling

Readers Respond

Where are all the Colorado PBCs?

PBC registration as CCSA hurts business, as private companies must disclose their revenue. The SOS doesn't understand PBCs, who are for-profits. They have morals or mission; they are not quasi nonprofits. Should the SOS’s require Walmart, who advertises they gives to communities, to register or a PBC that wants to buy parts from CO and not from China, need to register? DE, which has a PBC law, introd a CSA bill, but exempted PBCs. No other state treats benefit corps like the SOS, as a result there are nearly 1000 benefit corps nationally. The SOS should embrace this form that deregulates the purpose of a corp and frees up the market. Instead the SOS is increasing regulation on businesses they don't understand. The SOS applies the rules on a case-by-case basis, this creates confusion and harms the economic development enjoyed by other states. By Erik Trojian on 2014 07 22

The futurist: Countdown to the crash

The stock market is the biggest shell game on the planet. I for one, agree with your observations, and have personally withdrawn everything from play. By David Rogers on 2014 07 22

Perks and benefits of outsourcing

Good summary of outsourcing benefits so that a company may a) focus on what they do best, b) leverage the expertise and expediency of others and c) reap the financial and efficiency benefits. Outsourcing does not mean sending an American job overseas. More often it means supplimenting existing businesses with the right resources and efficiencies to grow effectively, adapt to changing markets, and serve their customers better. Finding the right sourcing solution can just as easily be local or global depending on the business need and objectives. By Michael Roy on 2014 07 21

Sales reality check: Excuses, excuses

I really enjoyed this article too Sam. So true. People are either making money or making excuses for not making money. While some people are busy coming up with reasons why something can't or won't work....others are busy closing sales. Thanks for sharing your expertise. Liz Wendling By liz wendling on 2014 07 21

Beware of executive job search scams

I am truly thankful to the holder of this web site who has shared this great post at at this time. By Michelle on 2014 07 18

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