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The Psychological Price of Entrepreneurship. Funders and Founders Notes. Funders and Founders Notes We explain entrepreneurship and startups visually through infographics.

Funders and Founders Notes

Find drafts from our future book here. ◀ 14 August 2014 Failing vs. How to Flawlessly Answer the Failure Interview Question. Great post on what people don’t like sharing: failure and survivors. How to overcome an unsuccessful start. EP 279 Daymond John: The Power of Broke to Build Your Business by Lewis Howes. Daymond John: How to Use the Power of Broke to Build Your Business. One of my favorite things about being the host of The School of Greatness is that I get to learn from the best minds in the world about stuff I am fascinated by.

Daymond John: How to Use the Power of Broke to Build Your Business

Yes, it’s as awesome as it sounds. There are few things I geek out about as much as smart ways to make money and build successful businesses. So when I got the chance to sit down with Daymond John, of Shark Tank fame, I was stoked. The Only 5 Ways You Can Become Rich. Failure to Launch Syndrome. Tony Robbins Mastering The Art Of Communication To Thrive In Your Business. 20 Reasons Your Pitch Deck Failed. Pitching your idea to potential investors is difficult enough without worrying about the quality of your pitch deck.

20 Reasons Your Pitch Deck Failed

Avoid these 20 common pitch deck mistakes to ensure your deck works for you as an invaluable tool to help you secure the investments you need to make your ideas a reality. Strategies for Learning from Failure. The wisdom of learning from failure is incontrovertible.

Strategies for Learning from Failure

Yet organizations that do it well are extraordinarily rare. This gap is not due to a lack of commitment to learning. Managers in the vast majority of enterprises that I have studied over the past 20 years—pharmaceutical, financial services, product design, telecommunications, and construction companies; hospitals; and NASA’s space shuttle program, among others—genuinely wanted to help their organizations learn from failures to improve future performance. 404: Oops sorry, Page Not Found! Eccentric Habits of 8 Geniuses That Make You Smarter. There’s a fascinating link between geniuses and eccentric behavior.

Eccentric Habits of 8 Geniuses That Make You Smarter

Einstein picked cigarette butts off the street and used the tobacco for his pipe; Benjamin Franklin sat naked in front of a window every morning and let the air circulate over his body. He called it an “air bath”. Why Experts Reject Creativity. In 2007, Steve Ballmer, then-CEO of Microsoft, emphatically predicted that Apple's new phone would fail.

Why Experts Reject Creativity

"There's no chance that the iPhone is going to get any significant market share," he said. Jonathan Bendor: Why Criticism is Good for Innovation. In the 1960s and ’70s, few workplaces could boast of such brilliant engineers as Xerox’s Palo Alto Research Company (PARC).

Jonathan Bendor: Why Criticism is Good for Innovation

Among their inventions were the first true personal computer and the world’s first laser printer. Yet few of their ideas ever earned much money for Xerox. The problem wasn’t a lack of creativity, says Jonathan Bendor, a professor of political economics and organizations at Stanford Graduate School of Business. Instead, what the Xerox PARC engineers really needed was something their managers should have dispensed more freely: constructive criticism. Jonathan Bendor: Creativity and Criticism, The Yin and Yang of Innovation Bendor, who on May 1 led a discussion on the topic at an Entrepreneur Symposium sponsored by the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at Stanford GSB, calls Xerox PARC “an example of where the technical people, the idea generation people, were not being pushed hard enough.” Jonathan Bendor. 10 Lessons to Learn from Iron Man Personified: Elon Musk.

Episode 20 w/ Elon Musk. 5 Words That Describe Emotional States So Unique They Can’t Be Translated. After the British painter Samuel Palmer lost his 19-year-old son in 1861, he called the death "the catastrophe of my life.

5 Words That Describe Emotional States So Unique They Can’t Be Translated

" In a letter to a friend, he described the anguish: "I dreamed one night that dear More was alive again and that after throwing my arms round his neck and finding beyond all doubt that I had my living son in my embrace – we went thoroughly into the subject, and found that the death and funeral at Abinger had been fictitious. For a second after waking the joy remained – then came the knell that wakes me every morning – More is dead! More is dead! " Palmer's tragedy probably resonates with anyone who has known loss. [FULL] Tony Robbins Seminar - Shift Your Mind & Shape Your Destiny. Guia Carreira - Resiliência - Enfrentando as Adversidades! Sleep habits of successful entrepreneurs - Business Insider.

8 Things Energetic People Do On A Daily Basis. Stop Lying to Yourself. BGA: Be Great, Appreciate. The Secret of the 50 Richest and Most Successful People in the World. Jim Rohn Learn These Skills or Live a Mediocre Life Full Seminar From 1981. Jim Rohn - Best Life Ever Full Length. 30 Things to Stop Doing to Yourself. Fake it Till You Make it: 10 Ways to Feel Confident (Even When You Aren’t) “Original Fake” Photo Credit: courtesy of MashKulture Is your self-confidence natural, or a daily struggle?

Fake it Till You Make it: 10 Ways to Feel Confident (Even When You Aren’t)

Many people’s confidence naturally wavers from day to day, leaving them too timid or confused at just the wrong time. Whether you are naturally confident or could use some better eye contact with your life, setting in place a few simple strategies goes a long way to stoke your inner confidence. If you think you’re not especially smart or capable, or that failure is a given no matter how hard you try, you’re right. Bullet Journal: The Analog system for the digital age – The analog system for the digital age. 100 Diagrams That Changed the World. The Knowing-Doing Gap.