#WednesdayWisdom From Steve Jobs: 14 Quotes That Will Change Your Perspective

Steve Jobs was a legend in his time. He's famous not just for his considerable contributions to modern computing, but also for the way in which he went about developing and marketing them. If you want to look at your workplace (or even your job or career) with fresh eyes, take a few minutes to ponder some of these quotes from Jobs himself. You'll see things a little differently once you have.

Employee Monitoring: Justifiable Security Measure or Overly Orwellian?

Remember that time you worked yourself into a hypochondriac frenzy, and wound up spending the whole afternoon at the office surfing WebMD and trying to figure out if people get cholera anymore? As it turns out, Bill the IT guy — or even your CEO — may have been assessing your risks at the same time in a very different way for very different reasons.

3 Tips for Adapting to Change

It's no secret that we live in a fast-paced, ever-changing world, but as business educator, Eddie Obeng, points out, the speed of change is overtaking the speed of learning around the world. Find out how we, as business people, can learn to keep up in such a quickly advancing world.

5 Ways to Benefit From a Mastermind Group

A mastermind group serves as a small support group where members encourage each other to become successful in all areas of their lives. Many easily become disinterested in a group like this because they don't know how to use it to help themselves in the long run. Check out the five tips below to learn how to make the most of a mastermind group.

5 Business Lessons from Big Brother

Big Brother is back on CBS for the 15th installment of the popular reality game show. 16 new houseguests signed up to live in close quarters with cameras watching their every move all in hopes of winning the $500,000 grand prize.

Ed Hardy Says a Bad Celebrity Endorsement Cost Him His Business

Branding and brand reputation is a huge part of any business, but it's even more important when your name is the brand. Take tattoo artist Ed Hardy, who in 2003 agreed to license a few of his designs to a t-shirt manufacturer. He had never thought of going into the fashion business, but the opportunity arose, so he thought, why not try it?

3 Reasons Why Crowdfunding Works

Zach Braff may be in the hot seat for utilizing crowdfunding website Kickstarter to raise money for his newest film project, but at least the recent controversy has also shed a brighter, positive light on this peer-to-peer donation craze that seeks to launch projects by unknown filmmakers, musicians, tech companies and startup entrepreneurs who otherwise might not be able to get the funding they need.