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    1. Digital Nomad 101: 6 Things I’ve Learned After 6 Months On The Road

      Digital Nomad 101: 6 Things I’ve Learned After 6 Months On The Road

      The digital nomad lifestyle has been the holy grail of the internet business set for years now. To be truly location independent is, for many, the absolute epitome of entrepreneurial success.

      On a level, I’ve been a digital nomad for years. I read The 4-Hour Workweek, fell in love with the lifestyle, and got my butt on that train as fast as I could. But my digital nomad adventures have only been true as far as they’ve been true. I’ve been cheating. I haven’t really done much working on the road.

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    2. "Saturday Night Live" Did Exactly What Trump Didn't Want (Even Without Rosie)

      "Saturday Night Live" Did Exactly What Trump Didn't Want (Even Without Rosie)

      The episode began with the welcome return of McCarthy as Sean Spicer. Perhaps the writers are trying to get as much mileage out of this casting coup as possible before Spicer is sacked. While the impact was somewhat diluted this time around by the absence of surprise, McCarthy's instantly iconic take on Spicer was nearly as devastating as before. The image of him herding up reporters like cattle on a Segway-powered podium, all while referring to himself in third-person as "Spicy," can never be erased.

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    3. When To Risk Your Career For Ethical Reasons

      When To Risk Your Career For Ethical Reasons

      This story reflects the views of this author, but not necessarily the editorial position of Fast Company. Earlier this month, Republicans tried and failed to gut the Office of Congressional Ethics. And by the end of this week, we’ll officially enter a world in which the President of the United States believes he’s "smart" for not paying taxes, has used bankruptcy as just another business tool, and has overseen nonprofits that appear to have been used for private purposes.

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    4. The 10 Best And Worst Moments In Leadership 2016

      The 10 Best And Worst Moments In Leadership 2016

      This has been anything but a normal year. One of the strangest U.S. elections in history has finally ended, and businesses have come and gone. Throughout the year, a few people and organizations have stood out as leadership beacons, showing the world the best way to accomplish things. Conversely, others have shown themselves to be less-than-stellar leaders and role models. We've looked back at the last year and all the crazy events that have happened.

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    5. How To Protect Your Work Culture When "Political Correctness" Is Under Fire

      How To Protect Your Work Culture When "Political Correctness" Is Under Fire

      Donald Trump is set to become the 45th president of the United States, in large part because his slogan "Make America Great Again" resonated, as did his rhetoric disparaging "political correctness." So there's reason to believe that some employees may feel newly licensed to express ideas that conflict with many employers' missions. This isn't merely hypothetical.

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    6. Presidential Proverbs: Quotes from U.S. Presidents-Past, Present, and Future

      Presidential Proverbs: Quotes from U.S. Presidents-Past, Present, and Future

      At last, we have arrived at the end of the long road to the 2016 presidential campaign. It has certainly been the most dramatic election of my lifetime! Of course, it was not the first election to be difficult and controversial, and it won't be the last. Let's remember that, in the end, each victor has sought to find greatness in his own way. Here are quotations from all of our presidents--past, present, and future--to rouse you to great deeds of your own. 1.

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    7. Clinton or Trump? Small business owners in Florida are anxious to find out

      Clinton or Trump? Small business owners in Florida are anxious to find out

      Though Clinton and Trump have been bullish about what their respective presidencies would mean for the economy, only 12 percent of the small business owners in both South and Central Florida believe this will be their best year yet. Moreover, just 6 ...

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    8. When You Have to Discuss Politics at Work, Channel Pageant Experience

      When You Have to Discuss Politics at Work, Channel Pageant Experience

      You go to work and someone immediately questions your view on the current state of politics. “If the election were held tomorrow, would you vote Hilary Clinton or Donald Trump for president, and why would you choose one over the other?” Your palms sweating, legs shaking, and mind churning, as you search for the best words to explain your political preferences.

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    9. $10 Million Says Hillary Wins

      $10 Million Says Hillary Wins

      Haim Saban, the billionaire chairman of Univision Communications, America’s largest Spanish-language media company, flew to Jerusalem in his private jet on Sept. 29 to attend the funeral of his friend Shimon Peres, Israel’s former prime minister. It was an event attended by numerous world leaders. Saban gave one of them a lift: former U.S. President Bill Clinton. In Saban’s telling, it wasn’t a big deal.

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    10. Transcript of the 2016 Debate Between the Running Mates

      Transcript of the 2016 Debate Between the Running Mates

      Fourth, we promote small business growth, just as we've done in Virginia, to make it easier to start and grow small businesses. Hillary and I each grew up in small-business families. My dad, who ran an iron working and welding shop, is here tonight ...

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    11. Survey Shows Presidential Candidates Miss the Mark on Small-Business Issues

      Survey Shows Presidential Candidates Miss the Mark on Small-Business Issues

      Our survey, conducted April 27 through May 2, assessed the existing primary candidates in the Republican and Democratic parties and explored the issues of greatest impact to small-business owners -- a significant force in the U.S. economy as well as an extremely engaged segment of the electorate. Small businesses with fewer than 500 employees employ about half of the private workforce in the U.S., or roughly 56.8 million people, most of these in firms with under 100 employees. Much fuss is made over the political clout of Wall Street, but what about Main Street?

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    12. Election 2016: 5 Key Issues That May Impact Small Businesses

      Election 2016: 5 Key Issues That May Impact Small Businesses

      While many business owners don’t vote solely based on their concerns as entrepreneurs, certainly issues that affect the health of their businesses and the economy are often key considerations. As the presidential election of 2016 continues to evolve, here are some important factors that are likely to shape the nation’s political discourse in the coming months. We’ll leave it to you to decide which candidate has the right position on these issues.

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