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Manage your day like Tony Robbins, Richard Branson, and other productive people

Whether you swear by Post-It notes or the latest tech tools, attempts to boost your productivity can be never-ending — and a recipe for burnout. How do you cope with the pressure to optimize everything? In our latest series on LinkedIn, “Productivity Hacks,” we asked some of the world’s top business leaders to share their systems and strategies for getting more done in less time. Perhaps more importantly, we also learned what some of these … [Read More...]

Twitter Unveils Easy-to-Use ‘Moments’ Feature That Curates Trending Topics

The new product arrives on the heels of Jack Dorsey's reappointment as CEO. … [Read More...]

6 Cloud-Based Learning Platforms That Can Help Educate Your Workforce

Today, online-learning platforms are flexible, dynamic and can be accessed on the user's preferred device, including smartphones and tablets. … [Read More...]

Six characteristics of effective Customer Experience

Companies that set the bar for creating effective customer experiences share many characteristics: Create a customer-centric experience that surrounds their products, services, and processes Develop and protect a culture that places high value on the customer Design products and services to meet the customer’s current and future needs Establish customer-focused processes that promote the ease of doing business Know … [Read More...]

How to get an irrational person to listen to reason

The first thing you need to do to get an irrational person to behave rationally is to calm yourself down so that you don’t escalate the situation with your own irrational and emotional reaction. If you’re viewing a person as irrational, it means they’ve already succeeded in getting you upset enough to take something they’re doing or saying too personally when you shouldn’t. When that happens, a part of your middle emotional brain called the … [Read More...]

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