Want to support businesses that support good causes? Here are 20 conscious business you can get behind.
Do you know your leadership style? Find out now…
When we can fully embrace what it feels like in all senses to be the person who has already achieved the goals we set out for ourselves, this is setting the frequencies to match up and pull the experience to you. Think “fake it until you make it”. There’s something in that when we own the energy of our desires; we ultimately do become them.
Wondering if the world economy is changing to a more, connected, heart-based model. The growth of PWYW restaurants is evidence that it is. Read this!
Economic slavery, or wage slavery, refers to one’s total and immediate dependence on wages to survive.
Although people throughout history have had to work to get by, we now live in a culture where we are led to believe we have economic freedom, when unbeknownst to most citizens, we are in fact bound in servitude.
Bright lights, loud noises, and crowds can be difficult for people with autism. At no time during the year are stores brighter, louder, and more crowded than during the holidays. To help autistic people and their families have a more peaceful, enjoyable shopping experience, some retailers (including Toys “R” Us and Target) are hosting special shopping days and events designed just for them.
There’s no question time is our most precious resource. Here’s the most important time management rule you can know — and some tips on how to live by it.
Earlier this year, Dan Price, a CEO for a small Seattle-based payment processing company made headlines with news of establishing a company-wide minimum wage of $70K per year – at the same time the country is struggling with the idea of a $15 per hour minimum wage. While some suggested that he was actively destroying the fabric of society as we know it, Mr. Price’s experiment seems to be a success.
Are you in business (or want to be in business) for yourself? Others have gone before you and can save you the trouble of making the same mistakes. Read this.
Ceola Waddell Jr, 59, furnished an underpass in L.A.’s 110 freeway near Coliseum, complete with a makeshift jacuzzi, two porcelain toilets, couches, discarded refrigerators, and a four-poster bed, the Daily Mail reported. City officials, however, are not so pleased with his decision to deck out the freeway underpass. They say the site is dangerous and that Waddell has turned down their offers for temporary housing and homeless services.
Apply these tips in your daily life to save money the way wealthy people do.
Fortune named him “one of the World’s 50 Greatest Leaders.” Here’s Peter Diamandis’ business advice for you.