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Amit Patel’s company blog identifies one of the reasons why many strategies fail, and what you can do to avoid falling into this trap.

For everyone with an interest in branding and marketing, Brad VanAuken has compiled the 77 most popular branding strategy source blog posts by year, dating back to 2014.

George Wu interviews John Houser, content/web project manager at Verizon Wireless, on his podcast; their discussion goes East and West to explore how deep superstitions are within different cultures, and how the range of depth is varied depending on where in the world you are.

Dan Seewald explains the benefits of restricting creative freedoms to kickstart a creative breakthrough. Instructions supplied.

This article from Brian Sheahen’s company blog explains the important details of a charitable remainder trust (CRT), including the appeal, the two different types, how to manage the trust, and the tax arbitrage opportunity.

Cyber security is a major concern for business, and the first step to securing your system is to be informed on how exposed usernames and passwords pose a significant threat to your business. Benjamin Neivert provides an article that covers the basics of what you should know.

In this series of videos, Betty Ng speaks with Chieh Huang, CEO of Boxed on a variety of topics, from entrepreneurship to race, and he shares his stories on the struggles and success of his business.

Bill Bigler shares a comprehensive article that can help discover the full potential of your business, both the performance and valuation, and explains why this provides such a powerful lens on your business.

An all too relevant, and still current, post from Elena Lipson explores on the problem of in-equality in the mindset of many and how to improve your equal pay and career opportunities.

This article from Brian Buss’ company explains why PPC prices are a key element in damages calculations and valuations using a relief from pay-per-click (RfPPC) methodology, and how a relief from pay-per-click damages analysis can be used to quantify economic damages if it is determined that this use constitutes infringement.