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Six Best Financial Podcasts

On his podcast The Dana Gould Hour, the comedian noted that the word “podcast” has outlasted the technology for which it was named. iPods went

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The Human Factor in Artificial Intelligence The debate about whether advertising is an art or a science has long been a part of the industry’s

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Ideas for Winter Pick-Me-Ups

  The holiday season is a time for joy and family, spending time with loved ones to celebrate what matters most, and general merriment. From

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Ideas for Winter Pick-Me-Ups

  The holiday season is a time for joy and family, spending time with loved ones to celebrate what matters most, and general merriment. From January onward, however, the time for festivity winds down into plain old (and cold) winter. With shorter days, piles of snow, and chilly temperatures, winter can feel like a seasonal sentencing of three months of

Breaking the Perception: Why You Should Hire Millennials

  Older generations have always been critical of the younger ones. From Socrates referring to youths as “bad-mannered tyrants with a lack of respect for their elders” to current young people being blamed for killing countless industries – the toxicity is real. The current generation receiving the criticism flack is the “millennial,” currently between 21 and 37 years of age.

Kelly Holmes: A Champion’s Strength

  Retired British middle-distance runner and decorated Olympian Dame Kelly Holmes was a two-time gold medal winner (in the 800-metre and 1500-metre events) at the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens. On the outside, she seemed to have it all, having just reached the pinnacle of achievement in her sport. Off the track, however, her personal life told a different

Pop-Up Retail: Just What Your Business Needs

  Are you racking your brains to come up with a fresh and exciting idea to boost your business? There’s a way to turn your brand into something more attractive and intriguing while making your business look like the next big thing. A pop-up store is a short-term solution that could yield long-term results. Although pop-up businesses are only temporary,

How Marketing Automation Benefits the Financial Industry

  There’s a lot of talk about the importance of marketing automation these days. But how much of that is hype, and how much is real? The answer largely depends on the sector of your business. In the case of the financial services industry, marketing automation is becoming a key tool for many successful organizations. Marketers in the financial industry

Services That Can Help You Improve Your Public Speaking

  Overcoming the Fear of Public Speaking Thinking back to our school years, most of us can remember a time when we had to do a presentation in front of the class. For some, this was no big deal. But for many kids who later grew into anxious adults, the fear of public speaking (or glossophobia) is something that has

Marketing 101: Getting Back to Nature

When it comes to marketing, there are many theories that simply don’t apply to the real world. It’s not entirely clear how the concept of marketing became so complex, because it’s a simple and natural process. Without marketing, none of us would be here. It’s part of evolution, socialization, business, and every other aspect of life. So how did nature

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