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4 Things to Consider Before Starting a Franchise

4 Things to Consider Before Starting a Franchise

By Julien Saunders and Kiersten Saunders / August 1, 2022 /

Before you get too far along in the franchise buying process, spend some time understanding how a franchising opportunity works, the pros and cons, and do some inner reflection to ensure that your personality and expectations align with the business model. 

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My 8 Entrepreneurial Rules for Playing to Win

My 8 Entrepreneurial Rules for Playing to Win

By Glenn Sanford / August 1, 2022 /

For our organization, staying adaptable, hungry, humble and ready to grow is the key to building a resilient business and winning through different market cycles

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The Importance of Self Forgiveness

The Importance of Self-Forgiveness

By Margie Warrell / August 1, 2022 /

Give yourself permission to not have it all together, all the time. What do you need to forgive yourself for?

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The Negative Side of Positive Thinking

The Negative Side of Positive Thinking

By Patty Onderko / July 31, 2022 /

Wilson believes we miss opportunities for wisdom, creativity and growth when we use positive affirmations to stamp out feelings of discontent and sorrow as they naturally occur.

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The Many Faces of Empowerment

The Many Faces of Empowerment

By Megan Nicole O'Neal / July 30, 2022 /

Empowering women comes in many shapes and forms and should be a collective effort.

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The 11 Best Books on Mental Health

The 11 Best Books on Mental Health

By Jamie Friedlander / July 29, 2022 /

If you’re feeling anxious or depressed and you’re interested in learning more about your experience, these 11 books—from memoirs to research-backed guides—cover all things mental health.

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Rule No. 1 of Workplace Inclusion: It Only Works if Everyone Buys In

Rule No. 1 of Workplace Inclusion: It Only Works if Everyone Buys In

By Alan Henry / July 29, 2022 /

Strictly, to be marginalized means you’re a member of a social group that has been traditionally kept out of, or away from, power, decision-making, or import and that you are consequently treated as insignificant or somehow less than those who make up the majority of the empowered people.

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The Cost of Remote Work in a Technology-Centered World

The Cost of Remote Work in a Technology-Centered World

By Isabelle Bryan / July 29, 2022 /

The loss of a formal workday means the removal of stringent work hours, and though working after-hours is no recent change, it has become more expected of employees—particularly when it comes to responding to messages.

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Reaching Beyond the Stars: Why You Should Strive for Audacious Goals with Chris Do

Reaching Beyond the Stars: Why You Should Strive for Audacious Goals with Chris Do

By Rae Fitzgerald / July 29, 2022 /

“I want to teach a billion people how to make a living doing what they love,” Chris Do tells Brilliant Thoughts’ host and editor Tristan Ahumada in a recent interview.

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Want More Charisma? It All Starts with Your Mind

Want More Charisma? It All Starts with Your Mind

By Melissa Balmain / July 28, 2022 /

True charisma comes from within. Yes, external stuff can help, from clothes to voice to smiles and hand gestures. But it’s no good by itself.

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