Making the commitment to be where your feet are and practicing these skills every day will have a compounding effect on your success.
There are superstars in every industry; yours is no exception. You’re paying close attention to the best players, hoping to grab some insights. I just don’t think it’s the best use of your time.
Don’t get me wrong, these are not the only habits that successful entrepreneurs possess, but they are a great place to start. Keep these habits as a foundation, and success will follow you wherever you go.
Dedicated employees are essential to startup success. Anyone can say they are highly skilled, but if employees lack a congruent vision and determination, it can be detrimental for a startup.
Are you making entrepreneurship harder than it has to be? In our quest for growth, we often find ourselves overlooking simplicity.
With enough discipline and passion, even dull day-to-day tasks become meaningful and inspiring stepping stones that fuel you to surpass your goals.
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.
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.
I’m still in the process of deconstructing my company’s original “secret sauce;” I haven’t yet figured out all of its components and how to replicate them in a larger team setting.
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.