Déjà Vu: Like Nobility in the Age of Kings, Ruling Class Gets Trumped

Throughout history, there have been ruling classes in every region of the world. Noteworthy in Europe were the Dark Ages in which the ruling classes dominated ordinary, hardworking folks. That’s true for 21st century America. But like the Age of Enlightenment in the 1700s, America’s ruling class in 2016 is getting trumped by a voter revolt.

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Want to Launch an Online Teaching Business? Here’s How

Can you teach via video? If you can, it might be a great source of passive income. You can improve your net worth by developing multiple sources of revenue, especially passive income.

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If You Emulate Trump, Would You Profit? Yes and No

Yes, it’s true that many of Donald Trump’s personal, business and presidential-campaign strategies are worth copying. Much of his approach would enable you to make more profit. As you no doubt surmise, there are caveats.

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Authoritarians Are Best Leaders in Tough Economy – Study

Despite the popular trend of so-called transformational leadership, decisiveness in an authoritarian approach works best in recessions, says a study.

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5 Tips to Choose the Right Workers’ Compensation Policy

As every business manager knows, employee injuries or fatalities can be distressing in multiple ways. These represent challenges for your cash flow. Here’s how to best protect your company.

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7 HR Insights to Quickly Improve Your Company

In this apparent age of ageism, many employers mistakenly prioritize by hiring Millennials. Their reasons might seem valid, but things aren’t always as they seem.

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Steps to Become a Freelancer before Quitting Your Job

So you think you’re ready to branch out as a freelancer, but you have a job you can’t quit – yet?
OK, sounds good. But there are several precautions to take in not risking your current position unnecessarily.

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Workplace Bullying – Tips for Victims and Bosses

Workplace issues include bullying. It’s a widespread problem for employers and employees, alike.
Here are valuable tips for both employers and workplace victims.

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Memo to Candidates, Voters and Media: Think CandidateVerification

For a transparent political process to benefit America –candidates, voters and the news media should investigate a nonprofit – CandidateVerification. The Seattle-area nonprofit – a nonpartisan organization – invites all candidates to participate in a free background check.

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Academic Study: Rich Pay More than Their Share in Taxes

The 2016 study by the National Center for Policy Analysis reveals the current tax code is highly progressive. It’s entitled, “U.S. Inequality, Fiscal Progressivity, and Work Disincentives: An Intragenerational Accounting.”

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Seattle business consultant Terry Corbell provides high-performance management services and strategies.