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Top 5 business podcasts for 2019

It's almost a new year, which means it's time to evaluate how you're spending your time. When you're on your way to work, do you listen to sports talk radio? Or maybe you listen to the same classic rock station that never changes their playlist? Don't get me wrong, I like ESPN radio and belting out Journey at the top of my lungs as much as the next guy or girl. But what if you used the time differently?
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Hurricane Irma’s aftermath: Opportunistic sales tactics

The morale of the story is this: how you conduct your business in the worst of times dictates how I (and many others) will spend our money in the best of times. Here's what I learned in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
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Paid Family and Medical Leave: For whom and at what cost?

Jody Glynn Patrick breaks down the new findings on paid family and medical leave. How might these affect your business? Find out here.
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The Gig Economy: What it means to you

Studies indicate, and experts collectively estimate, that at least 40% of the workforce will soon be comprised of independent contractors. Find out what's influenced the move towards freelance work.
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Top 4 business podcasts you should be listening to

Podcast listening is on the rise and for good reason. Check out the top four business podcasts to make your commute more productive!
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Reputation economy

How important is your reputation and what are you doing to protect it? Blogger and award winning journalist Barclay Pollak says it's very important and tells why exceeding expectations can help you protect your reputation.
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10 reasons for optimism in 2014

Want proof that the U.S. economy is really improving? According to blogger Jody Glynn Patrick the proof is in the pudding or in this case the Greek yogurt.
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