Seven body language tricks to make anyone instantly like you There's no question that body language is important. And, according to Leil Lowndes in her book "How To Talk To Anyone," you can capture - and hold - anyone's attention without even saying a word. We've selected the best body language techniques from the book and shared them below: Entrepreneur Startup Advice I usually tell people that everything I learned about being an entrepreneur I learned by F’ing up at my first company. I think the sign of a good entrepreneur is the ability to spot your mistakes, correct quickly and not repeat the mistakes. I made plenty of mistakes. Below are some of the lessons I learned along the way. If there’s a link on a title below I’ve written the post, if not I plan to. The summary of each posting will be here but the full article requires you to follow the links.
Unsupported Browser Today, we are excited to share that Identified has been acquired by Workday. This is an exciting outcome for everyone involved in Identified and we want to thank our team, Board of Directors, investors, customers, advisors, families and the other countless people that have supported us over the years. Waller Capital served as an exclusive advisor to Identified in this transaction. Since we co-founded Identified out of a shared dorm room at Stanford University in 2010, we have assembled what we believe to be the best group of data scientists and engineers in the industry. This team has built technology that uses big data from the social web to uncover insights and relationships that change the way companies pursue talent, manage their workforces, and improve their competitiveness.
Architects Gone Rogue! How To Use Your Skills From Architecture School Anywhere Linda Bennett is a writer, designer and architect located Melbourne, Australia. She is the founder and author of archi-ninja.com. Through her work, Linda explores the relationships between architecture, human habit, and anarchy. Here, she writes about the myriad ways in which architects can apply the skills learned in school. Practicing architects and students of architecture are notorious for changing direction or leaving the field to venture into other creative industries. But that doesn't mean those hours in the studio were a waste.
10 Must Read Blogs for Entrepreneurs (2012 Edition) Almost three years ago we posted “10 Blogs Entrepreneurs Need to Be Reading” and to this day it has remained the most popular post on the Grasshopper blog. While it’s an excellent list, we feel it’s time for an update. We bring you the 2012 version, 10 Must Read Blogs for Entrepreneurs. Business Ideas for the Self Employed Several years ago, I had a lovely long-term consulting assignment which kept me both busy and solvent. One morning I woke up and realized that it was coming to an end and I had nothing lined up. After a few moments of panic, I decided to get serious about creating my next income source. 8 Slow, Difficult Steps to Become a Millionaire LinkedIn Influencer, Dharmesh Shah, published this post originally on LinkedIn. Money of course isn't everything. Not by a long shot. Where your definition of success is concerned, money may rank far down the list. Everyone’s definition of “success” is different.
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On How to Make an Attractive City Views: 5065 Cities are a big deal. We pretty much all have to live in them. We should try hard to get them right. So few cities are nice, very few out of many thousands are really beautiful; embarrassingly the more appealing ones tend to be old, which is weird because we’re mostly much better at making things now.