With enough discipline and passion, even dull day-to-day tasks become meaningful and inspiring stepping stones that fuel you to surpass your goals.
Entrepreneurial leadership advice, tips, tools and wisdom.
When I encounter frustrated leaders, it is necessary to be honest with my observations and the things that contribute to a negative workplace atmosphere – I sometimes have to tell them they are the problem.
Nobody wants their story to include an “I lost a business,” chapter. And yet, it’s a part of mine. Over the years, rather than hide and pretend it didn’t happen, I’ve come to embrace and appreciate it. Without that experience I wouldn’t be a success today.
There are plenty of ways to work your network so you can make your network work for you — without making anyone feel remotely uncomfortable.
There is a simple strategy that is typically overlooked and it can increase your startup’s chances of success more than anything else: working with a mentor.
In business and in life, it’s true that what goes up must come down. But if you pursue your goals with passion and persevere through your down cycle, you’ll also see that what goes down will always come back up!
Don’t leave your leadership undone. Complete the tasks that only you can fulfill. Say no to distractions so you can say yes to your destiny.
Change can be difficult, uncomfortable, and frightening. But sooner or later, most of us will have to reinvent ourselves (or risk getting left behind).
We are social beings. We live in an interconnected world. Even in today’s information age, the importance of collaborative networks has not diminished, but rather changed form.
If you want to manage people effectively, mentoring is a great way to cultivate soft skills like empathy and communication. Devoting some of your time to this rewarding activity can yield a high impact on your own managerial style.