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Monthly archive October, 2012
Rules of Subtraction, Law #3: Limiting Information Engages the Imagination

Rules of Subtraction, Law #3: Limiting Information Engages the Imagination

Have you ever wondered how the Mona Lisa has a different expression every time you look at her? Tune into the video below as Matt May, author of The Laws of Subtraction explains how limiting information engages the imagination. It’s not too late to sign up. Today you can join Matt and Soundview today at...  LearnMore
Rules of Subtrction, Law #2: The Simplest Rules Create the Most Effective Experience

Rules of Subtrction, Law #2: The Simplest Rules Create the Most Effective Experience

The week of The Laws of Subtraction continues and today we move onto Matthew May’s second rule toward winning in the age of excess everything.  Tune into the video below as he explains how the simplest rules create the most effective experience. Brad Smith, CEO, Intuit on the second law of subtraction: “Keeping it simple...  LearnMore
Rules of Subraction, Law #1: What Isn't There Can Often Trump What Is

Rules of Subraction, Law #1: What Isn’t There Can Often Trump What Is

Thank you for joining us for the first law of subtraction.  Tune into the video below as Matt May, author of The Laws of Subtraction explains how what isn’t there can often trump what is. Scott Belsky, founder and CEO of Behance and author of Making Ideas Happen on the first law of subtraction: “When...  LearnMore
Why Subtraction?

Why Subtraction?

Join Matthew E. May and McGraw-Hill Professional for the week of the laws of subtraction.  Check back next week as we release one law each day starting October 29th.  Follow us on twitter (@MatthewEMay and @MHBusiness) to ask Matt all your questions! Sign up for Matt’s webinar with Soundview on Wednesday, October 31st (12PM ET):...  LearnMore

Don’t forget—you are a LEADER

Whether you run a company or oversee a staff of two people, you are a business leader.  But in today’s over-pressurized business environment, this simple fact is easy to forget. We develop bad habits. We fall into ruts. We focus more on completing personal tasks—and less on our number-one priority: People. But when you commit...  LearnMore
Interview with Linda McKissack

Interview with Linda McKissack

We recently sat down for a round of speed dating with Linda McKissack, one of the authors of the soon-to-be-released, HOLD. Our goal: to find out what it is about the combination of real estate and business that makes Linda as enthusiastic today as she was when she started her wealth-building journey in the early...  LearnMore

Comic-Con Comes to the Big Apple!

New Yorkers like to think they’ve seen it all. But starting today at the Jacob Javits Center on the West Side, even the most seasoned denizen of the Big Apple might be in for a surprise. From October 11-14, Comic-Con descends on NYC and, with it, comes an army of freaks, geeks, and comic book...  LearnMore
Fusion Marketing – It’s What’s Next!

Fusion Marketing – It’s What’s Next!

A guest post by Lon Safko: As many of you know, I am the author of the bestselling book, The Social Media Bible.  In my newest book, The Fusion Marketing Bible, I explore “what’s next,” what comes after social media.  I believe Fusion Marketing is actually an entirely new form of marketing. I discovered Fusion...  LearnMore
Grow Your Business and Thrive in Today's Economy

Grow Your Business and Thrive in Today’s Economy

Join McGraw-Hill Professional and SCORE NYC on Wednesday, October 10th at Grow Your Biz, a day-long event  for small business-owners, prospective owners, and entrepreneurs. At this fast-paced, informative event, you’ll  learn how to discover your entrepreneurial DNA to get your business going, turn leads in sales and loyal customers, along with the latest strategies and...  LearnMore