Focus on Business
During the second day’s fighting at Gettysburg on July 2, 1863, Colonel Strong Vincent, a brigade... Read more.
Leadership isn’t just something you do, it’s someone you become. But that requires a personal... Read more.
Child Psychiatrist David Levy introduced the term "sibling rivalry" in 1941. Self-explanatory in its terminology,... Read more.
Whether you’re creating a sales letter, a brochure, a newsletter, or any other business promotional... Read more.
Most Americans spend the bulk of their waking hours at work. Some say that Americans’ “best”... Read more.
Karl and Bob were good friends when they attended college. After they graduated from college, life... Read more.
Positioning yourself in the marketplace and staying relevant to potential employers involves much more than... Read more.
Bradley was failing, and failing badly. Not only did the members of his team avoid him in the lunchroom... Read more.
As all managers know, workday distractions are everywhere, stealing your employees’ precious time and productivity.... Read more.
Maybe you have a broken leg at work. I don’t mean the physical kind; the type where you see... Read more.
“People are people” the old saying goes. That means everyone brings their own personal baggage... Read more.
It’s astonishing how businesses and individuals are continually influenced by solution providers and consultants of... Read more.
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