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Videotutoriales de video2brain, principal productora de Europa
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Rory Vaden, Self-Discipline Expert, Take the Stairs, Keynote Speaker, Productivity, Customer Service and Sales Tips Small Business Ideas and Resources for Entrepreneurs Líder en Animacion 3d y 2d, Composición Digital, videojuegos, Naska Digital Work Hard - Play Hard with Grant Cardone and 10X Your Life! @grantcardone Manager 2.0 Aprendizaje después de 720 horas en Silicon Valley- Canta y No Llores. Presente Pide y ve por lo que quieres: ¿Qué necesitas? Si algo he aprendido después de escuchar y hacer networking con diferentes personas de negocios, es que los emprendedores en Silicon Valley tienen en claro qué es lo que quieren! Al momento de enamorar con tu startup a alguien más, puedes platicar la idea, producto, ventas, logros pero debes estar listo para que cuando un inversionista o un exgoogle quiera saber más de tu producto, sepas que quieres o deseas específicamente obtener. Mejor aún, si identificas a alguien que tiene lo que buscas, ve trás él. Surfea de curva en curva de aprendizaje. En una plática íntima con líderes estudiantiles de Stanford nos contaron como ellos hackearon el aprendizaje y los estudios. Lanza tu producto y logra tracción lo antes posible. Ideas hay millones, buenas ideas hay miles, buenísimas ideas hay cientas, hyper buenisimas ideas hay decenas pero lo es hasta ahí. La realidad: Silicon Valley no te va a dar dinero hasta que no te lo ganes. Éxito!

Instituto Lean Management - Home Lean PRACTITIONER Certification Postgrado universitario UPCPrograma Lean Global Network Información Formación muy prácticaLa formación necesaria, cuando es necesario.➔ también ... La Lean Global Network es la red mundial de institutos Lean, presentes en 17 países. ¿Qué libro debo comprar? La web de contenidos del Instituto Lean es mylean.org Artículos que te inspiran, que ... Planet Lean y Lean Post son las publicaciones en línea oficiales de la LEAN GLOBAL NETWORK, ... Desde el Instituto Lean no creemos en la consultoría "clásica". Your Startup's Pitch Needs Only These 10 Slides | Inc.com Pitching your startup to investors just might be the most nerve-wracking aspect of starting your new business -- well, besides the prospect of losing your shirt. I get it. The last thing you want to do when you're sleep-deprived and edgy and suffering startup angst is pitch it over... and over... and over again. Presentation guru Guy Kawasaki has put together an infographic that can help make your pitch both more effective and less painful. See, you really only need ten slides - anything more and you could be overdoing it. You want to grab their attention and inspire them to ask for more information - you don't need to give away the farm during your pitch. If you go over every aspect of your startup in painstaking detail, Kawasaki says, you lose sight of what's truly important. What do you think, is ten slides enough for a good pitch? Source: Visually

5 Strategies to Effectively Manage 'Life Admin' Have you ever had to refuse a fun activity or day out, as you have too many boring admin tasks to take care of? Do you waste lots of time worrying about all the things you haven’t got around to doing? Do you have lists and lists of tasks that you are not actioning? Most people have a list of personal tasks that need completing outside of work, commonly referred to as ‘life admin’. This might include tasks such as paying bills, managing a mortgage, home improvements and maintenance, household chores, personal banking, making appointments, and shopping. Many people admit to feeling overwhelmed by the volume of activities they have on their lists and often put off tasks until the absolute last minute possible, but then spend a lot of time and energy worrying about all the tasks they haven’t completed. I am trying to become more effective at managing my life admin, to keep on top of it and spend less time thinking about the long list of things I have to do, and more time actually doing them.

5 Principles for Pummeling Procrastination Welcome to the battle for progressive conscious awareness! Today’s fight is between the challenger – YOU, and the reigning champ -“Procrastination”! Alright you two, I want a clean and efficient fight! The winner gets full control of the conscious willpower of the individual! I hope you’ve laced up your gloves. 5. Stop perceiving procrastination as a problem to be overcome, and start perceiving it as a compass pointing you directly toward its own solution. First on our list is sort of a self-trick, because it’s actually a transcendental, empowering truth in disguise! Stop worrying about why you’re procrastinating.Become consciously aware of what it is that you’re actually doing instead of what you’re “supposed to be” doing. If you’re avoiding work that others are insisting is of serious importance – and you just can’t get motivated enough to take it seriously (i.e you’d rather do something like read about a topic that genuinely interests you) – your problem isn’t procrastination. 4. 3. 2.

9 acciones que no te cuestan y motivan a tu equipo POR: Alejandro Medina ¿Tus colaboradores no están alcanzando sus objetivos mensuales? ¿Llegan tarde uno o varios días a la semana? ¿Se muestran desganados y poco proactivos? Por ejemplo, el ausentismo y las enfermedades derivadas de la falta de motivación cuestan a las empresas en Estados Unidos cerca de 250,000 millones de dólares anuales. En este sentido, y bajo el contexto de la situación económica actual, las organizaciones han tenido que replantear sus métodos de motivación y reconocimiento, teniendo como eje de las tendencias el hecho de que el dinero no es el único factor que mantiene feliz a los trabajadores, señala Arleen Sánchez, gerente de Calidad de Grupo Adya, especialista en recursos corporativos, en entrevista con AltoNivel.com.mx. Te recomendamos leer: Dale valor a tus empleados y sé un mejor líder Por esta razón, te dejamos estos consejos para lograrlo sin mayor esfuerzo económico y que seguro serán de mucha utilidad: 1.- Reconocimiento 2.- Buenas ideas 4.- Días libres

David Torné 2.0 Behance’s Action Method Process Behance is an online magazine that targets “brilliantly productive creative professionals”. Based on their work with creative professionals they have identified a three “bucket” (my term not theirs) approach to making sure you get the most from every idea. They call this their Action Method. Basically you take every idea and capture the following from it: Action Items – Things that need to be done.Backburner Items – Things that might need to be done.Reference Items – Things you need to record. Here is a graphic from their site that demonstrates the process: Lets run through an example. So lets say a bunch of college students sit down and talk about making a midnight run to Taco Bell. Find out what everyone wants.Get money.Borrow car.Drive to Taco Bell.Get food.Get cute worker’s telephone number.Return to dorm.Return car.Distribute food. They also end up with the following Backburner Items: Try out Taco Cabana.Investigate some type of college student discount.Hold a hot sauce contest.

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