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Cultivate Creativity!

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I saw the greatest quote the other day. “Don’t think outside the box, think like there is no box”. For most entrepreneurs, personal creativity is probably not in short supply.  However, creativity is not always encouraged among the staff in a small business.  That means the owner is left to come up with all of the new ideas on his own. …

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Neuroeconomics: Eyes, Brain, Business

Business theory can sometimes seem cut and dried. However, all two often human emotions and human reactions can have a major impact. This was highlighted in a recent article in the HBS Working Knowledge business blog.

At first glance, a neuroscientist and a business school might seem an odd fit. But in fact economists have been paying increasing attention to how the brain works.…

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Buzzword of the Week: “Invest, Then Investigate”

You’ve all heard the maxim of “Ready, Fire, Aim.” There’s a financial analog, according to Investopedia. “Invest, then Investigate” is an investment strategy where investors purchase a stock first and do research and due diligence second. Invest, then investigate – or investing first and researching next – is a Target CFO Northern Virginiarisky and speculative approach to making investment decisions.…

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5 Weight Loss Tips from Behavioral Economists

This year, I’ve embarked on a weight loss program and (at this writing) have lost more than 30 pounds toward my 50 pound goal. I’ve been using Weight Watchers successfully. However, I’m Weight Loss CFO Washington areaalways interested in “what works?” I found a recent article in the HBS Working Knowledge blog that discusses Business scholars, particularly behavioral economists, studying what motivates people to buy, save, donate, and any other number of actions that build society.…

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Buzzword of the Week: Glocalization

Looking through the Investopedia diction, I found that Glocaliszation is a combination of the words “globalization” and “localization” used to describe a product or service that is developed and distributed Glocalization CFO DC Metroglobally, but is also fashioned to accommodate the user or consumer in a local market. This means that the product or service may be tailored to conform with local laws, customs or consumer preferences.…

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