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If you believe in it, fund it!

Like Congress, if organizations devise good measures but don’t fund them appropriately, they waste their effort and add a few more pages to the company operating manual or HR policy binder, causing cynicism and wonder at “how stupid they can be.”

When women speak up, they get punished

What if your colleagues discriminated against you just for being assertive? Unfortunately, gender bias is a reality in today’s workplace.

Why it's better for you to face off with a good negotiator

Common belief holds that the less experienced the other side, the better off you are in a negotiation. Not so. And here's why.
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Is mind control closer than you think?

If a neural lace is able to completely integrate with the human brain, it should eventually be possible to master brain-to-brain communications, control sleep patterns and do brain-searches of the Internet.

Do you hate to exercise? Try these activities instead

There is no denying that incorporating exercise into your daily life is important. You could even say our lives depend on it. But if going to the gym or running for any distance makes you cringe just thinking about it, what then?

Something has happened to this Lexus, and it isn't good

The 2016 Lexus RX 350 drives beautifully, has all the “stuff,” is quite comfortable, super quiet, roomy, and has a new bold look that is stunning. Then it hit me: It has hidden flaws.
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How much should you rely on intuition in business?

It is natural for action-oriented CEOs to want to move from ideas to action quickly. I appreciated this. It is sometimes necessary, however, to slow the game down and think hard before you take action.

Secrets behind the success of a serial restaurateur

Start early, stay late and be prepared to lose most of your friends, your mind and at least one marriage. Be prepared to live a half rags and half riches lifestyle, while your restaurant has a line around the block.

Karen Gerwitz brings mile high perspective to international trade

Karen Gerwitz, president of the nonprofit World Trade Center Denver, brings international experience from past roles that have included chief of protocol for the Colorado International Trade Office, to manager of communications for Aurora-based Raytheon.
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Mergers & acquisitions: Tips for a successful transaction

Merger and acquisition expert and attorney at law Stephen Dietrich gives practical advice every business professional should know before buying or selling a company.

Great made in Colorado stuff for the great outdoors

John Stultz started his third business, Bear Paw, a decade ago. “I’ve always been a big hiker and backpacker, so I started making tarps,” he says. He now makes a variety of tarps and tents and custom gear for hunters and thru-hikers.

Tech startup GitPrime drives productivity with easy metrics

After meeting at coworking facility Durango Space, Travis Kimmel and Ben Thompson co-founded GitPrime to solve a problem they encountered in software development.

National lab reaches out to energy entrepreneurs

Long renowned for research and innovation, the Department of Energy’s National Laboratories are now trying harder to connect directly with the small business community.

Can great places and spaces make you healthier?

In recent years, our focus on well-being has begun to stretch beyond the foods we choose and energy we use. We are beginning to consider the health impact of the buildings where we live, work and play.
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