KNOW YOUR COMPETITION: HOW TO CREATE A COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS & USE IT TO WIN

Before you launch a product or service (or expand into new markets), it’s critical to understand your competition. A detailed competitive analysis helps identify your company’s differentiators and what you bring to the table. Knowing your competition will also help you build and refine your business strategy and its key components like your messaging and… Continue reading KNOW YOUR COMPETITION: HOW TO CREATE A COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS & USE IT TO WIN

The 10 Richest People in the World

Billionaires play a key role in helping influence the world, from political decisions to social and economic reforms. Forbes puts the list of billionaires in the world at 2,755. However, only a handful—10 to be exact—currently have $100 billion or more in net worth. Many of these billionaires are founders of technology companies, with much… Continue reading The 10 Richest People in the World

3 ways generosity can improve your health

The power of giving is more powerful than you think. Ever get that warm, glowing feeling when you do something nice for someone? Giving gifts and spreading cheer during the holiday season — or just dropping off a surprise cup of coffee at a busy coworker’s desk — feels good. There’s good reason for that glow. Whether it’s the… Continue reading 3 ways generosity can improve your health

Winner and loser effects in human competitions. Evidence from equally matched tennis players

Animals winning an agonistic encounter are more likely to win their next encounter while losers are less likely, even when controlling for motivation and physical size. Do these winner and loser effects exist in human competitions? Drawing on a large database of professional tennis matches, we were able to control for players’ ability and thereby… Continue reading Winner and loser effects in human competitions. Evidence from equally matched tennis players

Winners and Losers in the Race of Life

Our societies have advanced tendencies to label certain people ‘winners’ and others – logically enough – ‘losers’. Aside from the evident meanness of this categorisation, the underlying problem with it is the suggestion that life might be a unitary, singular race, at the conclusion to which one could neatly rank all the competitors from highest… Continue reading Winners and Losers in the Race of Life

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