How Leaders Can Battle Depression and Overcome the Condition
Depression. A condition that affects 350 million people in the world. For an illness that causes so much strife, it is amazing that it has only started getting more spotlight in our present day. With the rise of social media [..]
Natural Talent vs. Hard Work: Which Quality Should You Pursue For Your Company?
I am sure you remember those individuals in school who never had to open a book or study for a test. They somehow always got A’s, just by glancing over their notes right before the teacher handed out the test. They [..]
8 Easy Habits That Will Transform Your Productivity
Being productive is essential to becoming a successful entrepreneur. Creating productivity habits is the key to becoming productive, because habits are automatic, and we do not expend too much energy on doing them.
So while [..]
[Video] 20 Quick Tips for Better Time Management
Whether you are a entrepreneur, employee or stay at home mom, your time is valuable. Even with all of the advances in technology it still seems as though we do not have enough hours in the day.
The good news is that there [..]
Why Listening to Constructive Criticism is Essential For Being Successful
We all know the pain of receiving constructive criticism, the idea that the process, or the way we may have designed something, isn’t as perfect as we thought it was. I have been there, many times, where I think what I’m [..]
7 Core Mindsets Every Entrepreneur Should Internalize
Being an entrepreneur is a rollercoaster journey. You will need lots of grit to grind your way to success. Knowing business strategies and tactics are good, but half of the battle in being an entrepreneur happens in mind. [..]
10 Ways to Build Belief in Yourself So You Can Continue Going Strong
Starting and running a business on your own takes balls. Whether it’s running a big company or working as a solo freelancer, the only one able to make it a success is you. There’s no one to hold your hand or talk you [..]
How to Continue Educating Yourself Without Going Back to School
I love school. I’ll be the first to admit it, I’d be a professional student if the idea of piling on debt wasn’t so unappealing given the current economic and political climate. Studying for hours on end, reading [..]