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Anchor and Editor-at-Large, In The Loop — Bloomberg News

Anchor, Bloomberg TV. Creator, Radiate podcast. Listen on iTunes, SoundCloud and Stitcher. Author, Work Smarts: What CEOs Say You Need to Know to Get Ahead.

Former NBA Commissioner David Stern Coaches You On 4 Rules of Business

Former NBA Commissioner David Stern Coaches You On 4 Rules of Business
inc.com — The NBA playoffs are in full swing and all any basketball fan is talking about is how Stephen Curry's injury could change the entire season. Before there was Stephen, there was Michael Jordan. Before Michael, there was Irving. And before Irving, there was...well you get it.

Bosses Are From Mars, Employees Are From Venus: The Wide Gap Between What Is Said And What Is Heard

Bosses Are From Mars, Employees Are From Venus: The Wide Gap Between What Is Said And What Is Heard
inc.com — A few years ago, a CEO said to me that whenever someone came to him to ask for a raise, the first thing he thought of was he needed to find a replacement for this person as soon as possible. The statement took me back a little.

Are You Rude and Scream Your Head Off? You Might Be The Perfect CEO

Are You Rude and Scream Your Head Off? You Might Be The Perfect CEO
inc.com — Steve Jobs was famously known for being rough with his colleagues. Many excused his behavior because of his genius-he was undoubtedly one of the great inventors of the last century. But what if Jobs' behavior is actually not that unusual? What if things like yelling at your colleagues is exactly the sort of behavior that makes you an effective CEO?

5 Must-Know Things Every CEO Needs To Start A Business Right

5 Must-Know Things Every CEO Needs To Start A Business Right
inc.com — Starting a business is very risky. Even though failure rates have steadily come down since the Great Recession, a new business is more likely to go under than thrive. If you're in financial services, your chances of success are as low as 42%. If you're in retail, your chances go up, but just slightly.

The Secret Thing Top CEOs Have in Common (and it Has Nothing to Do With Intelligence)

The Secret Thing Top CEOs Have in Common (and it Has Nothing to Do With Intelligence)
inc.com — Do people born in New York or San Francisco have a better chance at success? Does an Ivy League education matter when it comes to rising to the top? There's a thousand different ways people become successful but there's one thing they have in common. Nicknames.

Radiate with Betty Liu

Radiate with Betty Liu
radiate.libsyn.com — We’re back! After a brief hiatus, we’re starting again with a whole new lineup of great Radiate guests to talk about their amazing careers. Season 2 kicks off with someone I’ve wanted to meet for a while: Jon Steinberg, the former president and COO of Buzzfeed and founder of a new media startup, Cheddar TV.

Want To Make Your Startup a Success? Watch Corden’s Carpool Karaoke

Want To Make Your Startup a Success? Watch Corden’s Carpool Karaoke
inc.com — Lately, I've adopted a strange habit from my two eleven-year-old boys. After a long day at work, rather than sit back on the couch and veg in front of the television, I lay back and open...YouTube. Yes, it's happened-my boys have convinced me it's more relaxing to watch 5-inch video screens than 50-inch ones.

The One Secret to Being a Great Leader

The One Secret to Being a Great Leader
inc.com — There's a thousand different ways to become a leader but there's only a few ways to become a great leader. If you ask any leader of a team, organization or company, he or she will tell you how to be a great leader requires a mix of nature and nurture.

How This Entrepreneur Went From Getting Rejected By 200 Investors to Getting Funded In 56 Days

How This Entrepreneur Went From Getting Rejected By 200 Investors to Getting Funded In 56 Days
inc.com — Every entrepreneur hates raising money. Raising money is like being stuck in the Lincoln Tunnel on a weeknight just after the St Patty's Day parade. Yes, that happened to me last week. It's actually worse. And it's even harder to raise money now because the fists around those wads of cash are getting tighter.

What Clinton Instantly Taught Us With Her “Not a Natural Politician” Remark

What Clinton Instantly Taught Us With Her “Not a Natural Politician” Remark
inc.com — There's been plenty of cackling and yelling so far this political season but it was a rare, quiet moment on the Democratic debate stage earlier this week that stole the show. Hillary Clinton finally acknowledged what her political ground troops have been trying to cover up for so long: she's not, by her own admission, "a natural politician."
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May 02, 2016

FYI: "Warren Buffett Just Summed Up the Essence of Leadership In 2 Sentences" by @BettyWLiu on @LinkedIn linkedin.com/pulse/warren-b…

May 01, 2016

After all this time, former @NBA commissioner David Stern says basketball is still just fun to watch. bit.ly/PodcastRadiate

May 01, 2016

Found the cool kids table at #Buffett's brunch 😀. JPM's Liz Myers & Rosie Rios, our US… httpinstagram.com/p/BE36WvUx-N5/

Apr 30, 2016

Interesting read: Kelly Ripa and the Art of the Female Reputational ‘Rocky’ Moment | Observer observer.com/2016/04/kelly-…

Apr 30, 2016

Thank YOU to the hundreds who filled out our surveys on the site & after our videos. 👍🏻👍🏻 I’m still all ears👂🏻! httpradiateinc.com/feedback


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