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Tanner Chidester

A millionaire fitness founder shares the 5 steps he followed to grow his online business from $2,000 in annual sales to more than $3 million in half a decade

Tanner Chidester is a self-made millionaire who makes close to eight figures a year. Here's his five-step guide to growing an online business.
Strategy 2020-08-06T16:11:43Z
retail worker coronavirus mask at work

The majority of employees don't feel safe returning to work

A LinkedIn survey of 1,000 workers finds that parents are especially concerned about returning to the office.
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Hint Founder and CEO Kara Goldin.

How the CEO of Hint water capitalized on the race to stock up on essential goods during the pandemic, increasing its DTC business by 300% and landing a national deal with Costco

The zero-calorie beverage company, backed by celebrity John Legend, sent staff to stock shelves at Target and leveraged its social media fandom.
Strategy 2020-08-06T14:46:21Z

Job diary: I've been a Starbucks barista for 8 years. Working at the coffee chain sometimes feels like a social experiment.

"Our location is not allowing dine-in or outdoor seating, we only permit seven customers in at a time, and everyone must wear masks."
Premium Strategy 2020-08-06T14:35:00Z

13 consulting firms where you can earn more than $200,000 right out of business school

McKinsey and Accenture are just two of the firms offering MBA grads six-figure salaries after graduation.
Strategy 2020-08-06T21:55:00Z

19 signs that you're a narcissist and don't even know it

Belittling others, obsessing over your appearance, and being super defensive of your own opinions are all signs of narcissism.
Tech 2020-08-06T21:28:50Z

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's net worth just ballooned above $100 billion for the first time ever

Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos are now the only people in the world whose fortunes exceed $100 billion, according to Bloomberg.
Premium Enterprise 2020-08-06T20:08:20Z

Enterprise tech salaries revealed: How much Oracle, IBM, SAP, Cisco, Dell, VMware, ServiceNow and Workday pay engineers, developers, data scientists and others

Here's how much enterprise tech giants, led by IBM, Oracle and Cisco, pay key employees, including engineers, developers and data scientists.
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A survey finds that a lot of tech workers have left the San Francisco Bay Area thanks to remote work policies, and nearly 60% said they would leave if they could

Tech companies have been talking about permanently becoming "remote first." This survey indicates their employees would love that choice.
Premium Strategy 2020-08-06T18:14:00Z

How to know which of the 5 entrepreneur types you are, based on your goals and the risks you're willing to take

Startup guru Steve Blank says most entrepreneurs fall into one of 5 categories, from solopreneur to intrapreneur, and it can guide career decisions.
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Strategy 2020-08-06T17:52:37Z

Extending unemployment will help women and workers of color find higher-paying jobs

A National Bureau of Economic Research working paper found workers are likelier to take whatever job they're offered without unemployment insurance.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-08-06T17:30:00Z

Wealthy New Yorkers are scooping up second apartments to use as offices so they can escape family members and have a better work-life balance

The second apartments help them separate life from work in a remote world. They're also renting strangers' apartments by the hour.
Premium Strategy 2020-08-06T16:51:13Z

I left my $500,000 a year job in tech after starting my own thriving coaching business. Here's the email template that helped me land my first 10 paying clients.

Susie Moore left her 6-figure job once her side hustle as a life coach took off, thanks to one email she sent to her network for referral clients.
Tech 2020-08-06T15:50:06Z

Snapchat is once again helping its young users register to vote in the app for the 2020 election

The TurboVote tool will go live in September within Snapchat's "Minis." It's the same one that helped to register 450,000 voters in the 2018 midterms.
Strategy 2020-08-06T13:31:00Z

Every Ivy League university ranked from least to most expensive

Niche rated the most expensive Ivy League universities. There are only eight schools, and they're the most elite institutions in the country.
Strategy 2020-08-06T12:37:00Z

We asked a career expert to build the perfect resume. Here's a template you can use to update your CV and land a dream job.

Amanda Augustine, career expert at Talent Inc., created a resume example that will serve as a helpful guide to any jobseeker.
Premium Strategy 2020-08-05T16:04:00Z

9 simple reading strategies that will improve your memory and make you smarter

If you find yourself forgetting most of what you read, you may want to try active reading, a simple technique that can help you retain information.
Strategy 2020-08-06T15:28:35Z

The pandemic might be the worst thing to hit summer jobs for teenagers since the Great Recession

A study estimated summer employment for teens would have been at its highest rate since 2008 without the pandemic.
Strategy 2020-08-06T15:23:00Z

I loved being a trophy wife until I realized what I was giving up. I made the terrifying choice to blow up my marriage — and it was worth it.

At first, marrying an older, wealthier man made Shannon Page feel grown-up. But soon she regretted the parts of herself she had given up.
Premium Executive Lifestyle 2020-08-06T15:09:00Z

A Michigan couple who paid off their $200,000 mortgage in 4 years shares the exact budget sheet they used, and it accounts for every dollar of their monthly income

The couple created a "zero-based budget," meaning every dollar of their monthly income was assigned a purpose.
Strategy 2020-08-06T13:12:00Z

10 steps for successfully completing your next financial checkup, according to a financial expert

Even the smallest changes — like cutting out unnecessary spending on monthly subscriptions — can put your finances on the right track.
Strategy 2020-08-06T13:10:00Z

3 things to stop doing at work to improve your self-confidence, according to a life coach

Habits like adding 'tag questions' to the end of your sentences can undermine your own opinion and expertise, and hurt your self confidence.
Strategy 2020-08-06T13:07:00Z

5 tips for successfully networking and collaborating on LinkedIn

Messaging on LinkedIn doesn't have to be hard. Use these tricks for a better shot at forming successful professional relationships.
Strategy 2020-08-06T13:05:00Z

5 tips for building a better relationship with your boss

If you want a stronger bond with your boss, set up regular coffee meetings, volunteer for extra projects, and connect on a more personal level.
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A 24-year-old college student who paid off $10,000 of credit card debt in 6 months shares the exact budget sheets she used to do it — and they show every dollar of her monthly income

Tiffany Ferguson used personal finance apps and strict budgeting to keep track of her expenses while chronicling her debt payoff journey on YouTube.
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The creator of the Lean Startup movement says 3 core traits will make entrepreneurs successful in a post-COVID world

As traditional business approaches fail, new opportunities emerge for startups or existing companies to prevail, said legendary founder Steve Blank.
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Stanford professor and startup guru Steve Blank shares the slide deck he's using to teach entrepreneurs how to launch and grow businesses during the pandemic

The founder of the highly influential Lean Startup Method is spending his summer hosting bootcamps for entrepreneurs to navigate the recession.
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The top influencers on OnlyFans, where creators use paywalls to monetize nude content, explain how they grow and capitalize on their audiences to earn 6 figures

These creators blend innovative content strategy with safe-for-work social media marketing to build and then retain thousands of OnlyFans subscribers.
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The pandemic has prompted a childcare crisis — here are creative ways employers can help working parents on staff juggle it all

There are tax incentives for providing childcare benefits, plus you retain top talent. Take a page out of PwC or Origin USA's playbooks for ideas.
Premium Premium 2020-08-05T20:42:45Z

Inside Jefferies' all-virtual summer internship: 5 weeks of charity work, and guest appearances from the CEOs of Blackstone and Zoom

Business Insider got a look inside Jefferies Financial Group's virtual summer internships, from special classes to working with charities.
Strategy 2020-08-05T20:08:00Z

15 email etiquette rules every professional should know

Since more Americans began working from home amid the coronavirus pandemic, workers are sending out more emails, per the NBER.
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Knowing when to hand write notes and when you should type will help you to remember the most important facts, recall concepts, and get smarter overall

Writing notes by hand can help you remember more clearly, but in some cases typing is more valuable.
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How to start a side hustle from home that could earn you 6 figures or more — and that could turn into a full-time career more lucrative than your current job

Apple, Twitter, and Facebook were side projects before multimillion-dollar companies. Here's how you can do the same with your passion project.
Premium Strategy 2020-08-05T18:09:44Z

Inside the business of an online personal trainer, who makes over $450,000 a year and works with hundreds of clients at a time

BreeAnna Cox tripled her income after ditching gyms, starting her own online personal training business, and building up her social following.
Strategy 2020-08-05T16:57:44Z

Not only were low-wage jobs hurt most by the pandemic, they're least likely to come back

Workers such as office cleaners and restaurant staff made up nearly 25% of jobs in 2019. An MIT report sees steep unemployment for them post-pandemic.
Premium Strategy 2020-08-05T16:36:00Z

WFH WINNERS: 35 founders leading the new remote work economy — some have doubled their startups' valuations

San Francisco-based communications platform Twilio reported second quarter earnings of $401 million, and its value has more than tripled since March.
Premium Strategy 2020-08-05T15:27:31Z

The low-cost content strategy an entrepreneur used to flip his website into a $960 million exit in just 3 years

An early pioneer of online advertising, David Karandish built an empire using digital strategies that are still valuable and relevant today.
Strategy 2020-08-05T15:07:29Z

Americans are surprisingly confident about their job security and finances, even in some of the states hit hardest by the pandemic

LinkedIn's economic confidence scores were high in Arizona, Florida, and Georgia — three states that had a large number of COVID-19 cases in July.
Strategy 2020-08-05T15:04:00Z

I went through infertility, pregnancy, childbirth, and miscarriage all while trying to be a 'good male CEO.' It was years before I realized how delusional I was.

Tracy Young was once CEO of PlanGrid, which was acquired for $875 million in 2018. She says she no longer downplays her femininity in her career.
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THE FUTURE OF FITNESS: An inside look at the winners and losers as the industry faces upheaval

Revenue at gyms like Planet Fitness are tanking and brands are rushing to the at-home workout market, evidenced by Lululemon's acquisition of Mirror.
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The 3 books that changed the life of Ann Miura-Ko, the VC founder and Stanford University professor who invested in Refinery29, Lyft, and JoyRun

Ann Miura-Ko shares three books that changed how she thinks, including Jonathan Haidt's "The Righteous Mind" and Alice Hoffman's "The Dovekeepers."
Executive Lifestyle 2020-08-05T14:29:51Z

New York City residents saw their wealth drop 13% in the last year

A new report from Webster Pacific and New World Wealth found the combined wealth of New Yorkers shrank by around $336 billion over the past year.
Strategy 2020-08-05T14:23:00Z

The 20 fastest-growing skills in the freelance job market, according to Upwork — and the online courses you can take to learn them

According to Upwork, these are the fastest-growing skills for freelancers. Gain an edge by picking up a few with these online classes.
Premium Strategy 2020-08-05T14:09:00Z

Parents are clamoring to send their kids to outdoor schools that could be safer than indoor classrooms

Some programs are pricey and cost around $11,000. But advocates say educators can simply set folding chairs up under a tree to create a classroom.
Premium Strategy 2020-08-05T13:33:00Z

12 books on leadership and success billionaire Jeff Bezos thinks everyone should read

Bezos often credits his success to the lessons he learned in books. Here are some of the reads that helped him grow his $185 billion fortune.
Strategy 2020-08-05T13:21:00Z

22 hobbies of highly successful people

The most successful people know there are more benefits to taking up a hobby than simply blowing off steam.
Strategy 2020-08-05T13:15:00Z

How we could use the method that helped send astronauts to the moon to figure out how to safely reopen schools

This systematic approach to reopening can encourage individual districts to come together and form a unified plan.
Strategy 2020-08-05T13:10:00Z

4 ways senior leadership can support employees' mental health at work

Establishing accessible mental health programs and regular communication helps your employees stay motivated and hopeful in uncertain times.
Strategy 2020-08-05T13:07:00Z

How business owners can cut costs and prepare their companies for an uncertain future

Begin by cutting any nonessential costs, like perhaps an office lease, to prioritize saving money and avoiding layoffs.
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