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A Big Personality Won’t Cut it in Business

What do Tesla, We and Uber have in common? At least two things: unprofitable business models (as I write this) and founders with egos the size of Saturn. It turns out that a bunch of hot air is not the same as a good-looking P&L

The Case for a 0% Allocation to Bonds in Retirement

Adding bonds to an equity portfolio lowers the portfolio’s volatility as well as its overall return, and these differentials correspond precisely to the differentials between bonds and equities in volatility and returns.

When It Comes to Retirement: Live Longer and Work Smarter

Retirement doesn't look like it used to. With longer life expectancy, more career options and unexpected events on the horizon, it's more important than ever to create a personalized retirement plan.

10 Mistakes Business Leaders Make on Their First Book

Writing a book is an overlooked tool for positioning, marketing or selling a company. However, books are the ultimate business card and a creative way to expand your brand’s voice.

Maternity Care is Expensive: Here’s How Employers Can Help

It’s clear the more businesses understand the unpredictable costs of maternity care, the more they can serve as advocates for their employees during such an important life event. Quality maternity care translates to business benefits beyond just savings on health care costs.

All Entrepreneurs are Liars, and It’s Stifling Your Company

Lying to yourself as a business owner is no way to grow a business. It’s time get honest about money, people, growth and build a plan to get through it all.

The Best Leaders are Short on Rules but Adamant About Principles

The people who work for you like your rules as much as you liked your mother’s rules as a teenager. You might need some of them, but your employees will be more committed and have more enjoyment if you lead with principles.

Preventing Age Bias in a Multigenerational Workforce

If harnessed effectively, each generation’s principles, perspectives and strengths can be a valuable asset. However, age diversity can also present unique challenges to those trying to manage a multigenerational workforce

Moving an Office: How to Keep Your Sanity and Stay Productive

There are 1,001 reasons why a business must pack up, but all these reasons do not make a company move easy. Here are some tips for avoiding setbacks, engaging employees in the process and making the move go as smoothly as possible.

Denver Leaders Unveil New Plan for $15 Minimum Wage

Mayor Michael B. Hancock and Councilwoman Robin Kniech are proposing the minimum wage hike. This is the result of new legislation, HB19-1210, which gives local governments the authority to set a citywide minimum wage greater than the state constitutional wage.

What is Your Relationship With Work?

A generation ago, it was common for someone to be described as devoted to his or her work, is this still the case?

How Treating Voting Like a Business Could Actually Improve It

In recent election cycles, Colorado (and Denver) have consistently boasted some of the highest voter turnouts in the country. In the 2018 midterm election, the state was ranked at No.2, second only to Minnesota, with 61.9% of eligible voters casting a ballot.
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