From humble beginnings, Harris Rosen has built one of the largest independently owned hotel groups in the country. But a hotelier is not what Rosen is; it’s simply what he does.
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Despite the logistical challenges, the pandemic lockdown is opening other doors of opportunity.
She’s well-known from her judging role on TV’s “Shark Tank” or her best-selling books, but Barbara Corcoran’s path to success wasn’t always a sure thing. Today, she is motivational and inspirational, with a little side of outrageous.
Like it or not, we are all in the sales business. If we’re not actively selling a product, we’re selling ourselves. One of the most influential business thinkers explains how you should be selling yourself and offers tips for the new age of sales.
With its funny looking gull-wing doors, stainless steel exterior and infamous appearance in one of the most popular movie series of all time, the DeLorean demands a second look. But do you know the emotional history behind the car?
When you make a difference in your community — do you experience a “helper’s high?” Meet Allan Luks, the man who coined the phrase and is considered one of the world’s top experts in volunteering.
The man who calls himself a “technowist” (someone who leverages the current tools and prepares for future advancement) talks to Growing Bolder about recent world events that have helped prove that when people collaborate, they can make a difference.
Steve Shaiken has been an executive with some of the top companies in the world. Then, one day, they no longer thought he was doing a good job. Find out how he learned to move and revitalize his career and discovered his best boss ever — himself.
The Orlando Business Journal profiles Growing Bolder Founder and CEO Marc Middleton, who talks about the national launch of Growing Bolder TV, plans for an international media company and how his life has changed since leaving the television news business
She’s one tough mother, and as the leader of a $1.2 billion company, Gert Boyle is a business icon who has never let her sex or age define her.
After climbing the career ladder and becoming a successful corporate executive — Sandhi Schimmel gave it all up to pursue her true passion. Now, she’s working as an artist and loving life.
He is changing the way corporate America thinks and acts by putting the focus on inspiring workers to excel and learn to love their jobs.