Category: Investors

HBR: Think About Any Risk Like an Investor

By Karen Firestone Kari recently wrote a piece for the Harvard Business Review about how the four tenets of risk taking can apply to any situation. You can purchase a copy of her book by following this link. Read her article in The Harvard Business Review

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Squawk Box: Don’t trust GDP numbers

Nariman Behravesh, IHS chief economist, and Karen Firestone, Aureus Asset Management, provide their outlook the economy after the fed signals it’s not in a rush to raise interest rates. Watch the full video on CNBC.com

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Why That Risky Career Move Could Be a Safer Bet than You Think

By Karen Firestone MARCH 11, 2016 Karen’s latest piece featured in the Harvard Business Review discusses the impossibility of avoiding risk altogether. Read the full article on HBR.com   Kalinda has a high-paying job at an investment company and lives outside of Boston with her fiancé. They love running in the parks near their home…

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HBR: Taking Longer to Reach the Top Has Its Benefits

Most career advice today encourages us to move forward passionately, intentionally, boldly — and above all, quickly. Career coaches don’t make a lot of money from encouraging people to “get ahead slowly.” However, in terms of fulfilling our long-term goals for career success, patience can be an asset. That’s not to say waiting is easy….

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How to Handle Losing a Major Client

You never want to receive an unexpected email from a very important client that reads “I need to talk to you at 2:30 today.” Particularly if he’s never sent you anything like that before.  But one morning last month, that was the message that landed in my inbox. My heartbeat quickening, I replied, “Of course,…

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THE JOY OF RUNNING IN THE DARK

This morning, I did something that I have done at least once and often four or five times a week for nearly 30 years; I went out running in the dark.  This has been a particularly challenging winter with tons of snow, and, more important, lingering ice on the street, but I have my secret…

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