5 Ways Childlike Curiosity Can (and Should) Inspire the Entrepreneurial Mindset. Reader Resource Apply now to be an Entrepreneur 360™ company.
Let us tell the world your success story. Get Started » Curiosity has been widely recognized and cultivated as being an essential ingredient for good leadership, sound company culture, successful team-building and personal mental health. The Biggest Decider of Success Is the Ability to Pick Yourself Up After You've Been Knocked Down. Katy Lynch is a serial entrepreneur and tech powerhouse, soon launching what she and her husband, Craig Ulliott, call their “legacy company,” a disruptive concept in education and technology.
Lynch has learned throughout her career that you always have to pick yourself up after being knocked down. Having values such as a clear vision and a mission help her and her team stay on track on a daily basis. What’s the biggest reason that she and her husband have decided to launch their company in the technology education world? Confidence Will Make All the Difference to Your Hustle. Reader Resource Apply now to be an Entrepreneur 360™ company.
Let us tell the world your success story. Get Started » Confidence is a trait that can make all the difference to your daily hustle. 4 Steps to Making Ideas Actionable. Reader Resource Apply now to be an Entrepreneur 360™ company.
Let us tell the world your success story. Get Started » Fortune. Reader Resource Apply now to be an Entrepreneur 360™ company.
Let us tell the world your success story. Get Started » “Who got caught being awesome?” That's the question Alex Charfen, CEO of Austin, Texas-based training and business consultancy Charfen, asks his employees every morning at 9:17 a.m., during their daily huddle. 5 Things About Overcoming Adversity That Athletes Can Teach Entrepreneurs. Reader Resource Apply now to be an Entrepreneur 360™ company.
Let us tell the world your success story. Get Started » How to Keep Fighting and Pressing Forward When the Going Gets Tough. Reader Resource Apply now to be an Entrepreneur 360™ company.
Let us tell the world your success story. Get Started » A lot of people like to think that there is some secret formula to achieving extraordinary levels of success and breaking free from mediocrity, but there really isn’t. Related: 10 Quotes on Persistence to Help You Keep Going. 10 Non-Verbal Gestures and Movements That Can Make or Break a Sale. This Incredibly Simple Change Will Make Your Employees Much Happier in Their Jobs. Why Leaders Should View Themselves as Servants.
Twenty years ago, I received a unique gift.
This gift impacted my career by introducing me to a servant leadership model I’ve tried to emulate since. I was living in Seattle and had taken off for Christmas Eve. Nuevos paradigma de enseñanza y aprendizaje en los "Nativos Digitales" 4 Steps to Improve Quality at Your Business. The business world is full of quality experts and quality programs, but for most small to midsize businesses, an extensive quality program utilizing higher-level mathematics is not going to be the best solution.
Related: 10 Telltale Signs That a 'Culture of Quality' Is Lacking at Your Company (Infographic) Rather, what’s needed is a down to earth, common sense approach to quality as outlined in the following four steps: 1. Document your processes. Do You Dislike the Design of Your Workplace? Here's Why. LinkedIn Influencer, Gretchen Rubin, published this post originally on LinkedIn.
I’m a huge fan of the writing of architect Christopher Alexander, and yesterday, for the hundredth time, I found myself urging someone to read his book, A Pattern Language: Towns, Buildings, Construction. This strange, brilliant, fascinating book uses architecture, sociology, psychology, and anthropology to describe the most satisfying environments.
Instead of talking about familiar architectural styles and elements, it focuses on “patterns,” such as the Sitting Wall, the Front Door Bench, Child Caves, the Sequence of Sitting Spaces, Sleeping to the East. I love these! 3 Strategies for Projecting Success and Confidence as a Leader. An old friend called me yesterday and I enjoyed the opportunity to learn about where his life was taking him. During the discussion, he commented, “I can’t believe the idiots I have to put up with at the office.” It is easy to dismiss people around you, or beneath you on the corporate scale, as incompetent, but I've realized that everyone else’s job always looks easier and less stressful, until you walk a mile in their shoes. Related: Tony Robbins: Want Success? 10 Tips to Help Project Managers Shine When They Present to Senior Executives.
A Project Management Article by Lawrence L. Tracy The opportunity for Project Managers to present to senior executives can be a “good news, bad news” venture. The good news is that it gives the PM the chance to showcase his or her capability before the people in the organization who have great influence on promotions, decisions on which projects to bid on,etc. When You Understand Stress You Can Manage It.
Those of us who have chosen the life of an entrepreneur have chosen a life of stress. Our lives become a never-ending cycle of prospecting, selling, delivering, and then back to prospecting. As one fellow entrepreneur put it: we track the bear, we hunt the bear, we shoot the bear, we drag the bear back home, where we skin the bear. The only problem is while were skinning the bear no one is out there tracking, hunting, shooting, and dragging home the NEXT bear. We have to do something about this stress before it kills us.
The 15 Practices of Outstanding Leaders. Managing your team is a serious responsibility. Are your employees enthusiastic about coming to work? Do they trust and support your vision? How Successful People Spend Their Weekends. Why Mindset Trumps Strategy Every Time. What we believe is possible and desirable are crucial elements in the successful implementation of a strategy. Any strategy not informed by, and in alignment with, the prevailing mindset in the business will fail every single time. When I was asked to contribute weekly to Entrepreneur I pulled out my “blog fodder” file and started listing topics on business strategy. I thought entrepreneurs wanted "strategy" and "how-to". I was sure that’s what would be read, shared and taken to heart.
After all, there is some fantastic strategy shared here. To Be a Brilliant Leader, Mindset Is Everything (Infographic) 10 Awesome Tips for Being a Better Leader. Don't Count on 4-Leaf Clovers: 10 Ways to Make Your Own Luck. 8 Attributes of Very Successful Business Owners. The 3 Biggest Obstacles to Entrepreneurial Success. 5 Ways to Remind Yourself How Powerful You Really Are. 10 Places to Find Mentors and Advisors for Entrepreneurs. 9 Ways to Power Through a Drowsy Afternoon. The No. 1 Reason You're Falling Short With Your Health and Business Goals. The 2 Unbreakable Laws of Public Speaking. 3 Ways Your Past Wins Are Blocking Your Future Successes.
Hiring Tip: Ask About the Candidate, Don't Talk About the Position. The Habits of Highly Successful Entrepreneurs (Infographic) What You Need to Stand Out in a Noisy World. Why Being Good at Your Job Doesn't Make You a Leader. 10 libros de motivación para emprendedores. 6 ways to stand out in a world that won't shut up. 3 Signs You're Addicted to Interruptions. 8 Ways to Develop Long-Term Focus and Achieve Success. 6 Productive Ways to Spend Your Idle Time.
The 8 Magical Benefits of Resilience. Learning Charisma. Leaders Know This Simple Trick For Asking Better Questions.