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2 years

Computing Power Is More than Speed

Mark Twain would undoubtedly be able to identify with Gordon Moore—or, more specifically, the “law” that the founder of Fairchild Semiconductors and Intel devised more than 50 years ago. In Twain’s case, his death was “greatly exaggerated.” In the case of Moore’s Law, its so-called death is more irrelevant than overblown.

2 years

After All, In The Darkest Nights Shine the Brightest Stars

Investors were knocking on the doors of the Karts and Deals that sold similar products in the same old ways with the same old styles. I asked myself what it was that investors saw as their valuations rose and their salaries doubled and tripled. Was discounts and undercutting all that mattered in the e-commerce industry? Did uniqueness not matter at all? Flawed business models, bad decision making, getting carried away like kids in a candy store and much more did not seem to faze investors. While, here I was with an e-commerce company that was pushing a unique idea with innovation and more but I was still not getting the kind of pull that regurgitated model was.

2 years

This CEO Proves Why Caring About Employees Increases Profitability

When Jason Lippert became CEO in 2003, Lippert Components (LCI) a manufacturing company was assumed to have peaked while hovering at $100 million in sales.

2 years

How to Drive Traffic to Your YouTube Channel

YouTube is highly regarded as the second largest search engine after Google. The first ever YouTube video was uploaded back in April 2005. If we go back in the past, the journey of YouTube and videos has evolved a lot.

2 years

Is Your Body Language Building or Killing Collaboration?

During a break in my seminar on collaborative leadership, a man from the audience told this story: “My wife is an attorney, and I have always been a supporter of women in the workplace. I also believe in collaboration and try to make everyone feel included and appreciated. So I was totally taken aback when a woman on my management team said that I didn’t value her opinion. I assured her that I valued and relied on her insights and had often told her so. But then I got curious and asked her what I was doing that made the opposite impression. She said, ‘In meetings, you don’t look at me when I speak.’”

2 years

Digital Marketing Tips for Small Businesses

Growing a small business and ensuring its success is not an easy task due to the fierce competition, when compared to big brands that already have a strong foothold. Hence in the initial years, the success of a small business can be uncertain unless you have formulated a strategized way to reach out to customers who are in need of your products or services.

2 years

Tips For Women Heading For The C-Suite

My special project when coaching female leaders is to improve their influence and impact skills -- in short, their leadership presence.