News & Commentary: Last Word Articles
Don't just sit back and wait for referrals, says marketing and digital tech coach John Jantsch. Reach out to other businesses and provide useful tools that showcase your expertise.
In his book, The Cult of the Customer, Shep Hyken takes a look at how companies turn customers into evangelists of sorts and the elements of an amazing customer experience
Twitter co-creator Dom Sagolla explains how to leverage the 140-character tweet for business communication.
Moving may be stressful to some, but not to Meghan Daum. Her new book explores a life-long fascination with real estate and the irresistible appeal of starting over.
Think it’s OK to shade the facts, tell a white lie, or withhold information? You may consider it harmless, but author Brad Blanton says you’re unnecessarily complicating your life.
If you sharpen your focus on what you do well, you'll be happier and more successful, says Gallup's research guru and best-selling author Tom Rath.
Thomas Edison and Leonardo da Vinci never worked in real estate, but their approaches to work and life hold important lessons for practitioners, says innovation guru Michael Gelb.
Forget the backhoe. Architect Sarah Susanka, author of Not So Big Remodeling, discusses how less invasive, thoughtful home improvements can have a huge impact.
If you've got too much stuff cluttering your desk and your mind, organization guru Julie Morganstern offers ideas for making a fresh start.
Struggling El Centro, Calif. (pop. 41,672), is an epicenter of the recession, but fighting foreclosures is at the top of Mayor Ben Solomon's agenda.