A Snapshot of the Asian Economy: Singapore

More than thousands of years ago the continent of Asia had the most developed economy in the world. In fact, more than two thirds of the world’s entire output depended on Asian countries. Of course, with the industrial revolution and the rise of the U.S. along with Western Europe, Asia suffered a great impact, bringing its output to only one fifth.

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Understanding Routes to Market When Manufacturing a Product for the First Time

You have an idea, a 3D printer, and a Kickstarter account. In theory, taking your idea and turning it into a viable product is a simple matter of launching a crowdfunding campaign and clicking the “print” button.

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How to Keep Your Staff on Top Form

Ensuring your staff are working at their best possible level can be a hard thing to achieve and measure. This is important for any company to become successful in the first place but it’s also just as essential to maintain the same standards and not let them drop. There are many ways different businesses achieve this, with certain methods more appropriate for particular sectors.

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How Sleep Deprivation Can Affect Your Job Performance

Not getting enough sleep at night? Burning the candle at both ends? Your lack of sleep could be affecting your job performance.

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7 Rookie Legal Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make (And How to Avoid Them)

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On this Cyber Monday, I wanted to share an important article from my dear friend and trusted IP lawyer Rachel Rodgers. Having been in business for 18 years, and worked with hundreds of entrepreneurs, I have either lived through or seen just about every mistake you can make in business. The legal mistakes can be especially egregious, and costly.

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Reverse Engineering the Ultimate TEDTalk

Due to my involvement with TEDxPhoenix, I was given the opportunity to attend TEDActive 2010 and witness a great talk by Sebastian Wernicke entitled Lies, damned lies and statistics (about TEDTalks). Not only was his delivery spot on, but his slides were very well designed and had a custom feel that set them apart from many presentations I’ve seen.

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