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Top celebrities and influencers in the workplace and corporate culture. Our favorite Journal advocates.

Ossiana Tepfenhart3 months ago
Ways People Accidentally Annihilate Their Careers
Most people can think of one or two people who have gone from being major names in their industry to becoming people infamous for failure. After all, it happens in Hollywood all the time - think Bill ...
Markie M4 months ago
Lean In and Sandberg’s Faulty Feminism
Sheryl Sandberg is the Chief Operating Officer of Facebook and in 2013 she published Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead. Her book was met with both profound praise and critique—from women. She...
Journal Staff6 months ago
What It's Like To Be A: Beauty Broker
Melinda Farina has a nose for beauty, and incidentally, she knows what makes a beautiful nose better than most. Known as The Beauty Broker in her industry – the Industry – she works as liaison between...
Arpin Gajjar6 months ago
How Neil Patel Started SEO with Doing it and Not Learning
Search Engine Optimization or SEO - this is the primary weapon that you should be carrying to fight the battle of getting your website one of the top ranks on Google Search Engine Pages. But, even if ...
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Ben Berwick7 months ago
What It Takes to be an F1 Star
The purpose of the post is one of my long-time passions, Formula 1 motor racing. I've written at length about this absorbing sport on my personal site, and so it seems like a good topic to cover as th...
Danielle Banner9 months ago
Most Important Accomplishments for Women in 2016
Women have been working hard all year breaking glass ceilings and making changes that are desperately needed in our world. Accomplishments were made in the elections, in sports, in the entertainment i...
Jeremy Frommer9 months ago
Best CEO Quotes I Use For Wisdom
In a world where there are no politicians left to look up to, there are few places to turn to for leadership. CEOs of successful companies have guided my thought process and belief systems as far back...
Rick Schwartz10 months ago
What It's Like To Be A: Producer
Ostensibly, I produce movies for a living. Several movies I had a hand in producing have been nominated for Academy Awards, including a win for Best Picture. Pretty heady stuff, to be sure. The realit...
Danielle Banner10 months ago
Pioneering Women in Business 
When Forbes released its 1998 list of the most powerful females in business, they stated that most members of the list “came from industries with a premium on creativity,” such as advertising, media, ...
Chelsea Pullano10 months ago
Successful College Dropouts
"I'm convinced that about half of what separates the successful entrepreneurs from the non-successful ones is pure perseverance." Steve Jobs knew that education wasn't a requirement or necessarily the...
Jeremy Frommer10 months ago
Best Wall Street Films to Watch
Not available in stores, this nearly 50-hour program includes 25 required viewing classes, and it's free. This guide to the top Wall Street films is not just entertaining, it is educational. From 1981...
Banji Ganchrow10 months ago
Best Workplace TV Shows of the 1980s
After decades of only having three channels at our disposal, the 1980s introduced us to the miracle known as cable. Networks such as HBO and CNN–for those willing to pay the price–were welcomed additi...
Banji Ganchrow10 months ago
Best Workplace TV Shows of the 2000s 
As the new millennium approached, we were both nervous and excited. It was to be the dawn of a new era, checks needed to start with a 20, and no one new if time would stop when the clock struck midnig...
Banji Ganchrow10 months ago
Best Workplace TV Shows of the 1990s
Welcome to the 90s. You are now somewhere between rotary phones, the Walkman and the invention of all things “i”. For the majority of this decade we were entertained by President Bill Clinton. He beca...