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.
Change can be difficult, uncomfortable, and frightening. But sooner or later, most of us will have to reinvent ourselves (or risk getting left behind).
The struggle to maintain an entrepreneurial spirit is something every founder struggles with throughout the lifetime of their business.
When you run a successful charity it is a lot like a startup. Here are three ways to incorporate entrepreneurial thinking into your charity.
More often than not we become like the people we’re around. When you need to achieve big goals, you need the right people — you need Viking ships.
When it comes to rising to the top, talent, skills and passion are just part of the game plan. The rest is all about your mindset.
Have you ever wondered how you can make better business decisions? There is no other life hack with such long-lasting benefits for your business than this.
We all have a “story”. We all have thoughts and feelings that are so deeply engrained in us, we don’t even notice we’ve created a fable in our mind.
Negative thinking is a non-starter, especially for entrepreneurs. If you’re determined to blast away those negative thoughts and replace them with a much more positive and optimistic outlook, take a look at these techniques.
Like many entrepreneurs, I used to mistakenly think that “hustle” and working hard each day are primary money making tasks that would propel my business forward.