The words strike terror in any entrepreneur's heart: "Hey, did you hear that Google is getting into your industry?" We've seen it a few times recently, after Google announced a plan to attack the $140
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Is the challenge you're taking on physically challenging or emotionally difficult? Even if it is, could it be that your obstacle is also mostly mental? Jesse Itzler, the co-founder of Marquis Jet, talks
Thanks to Amazon's meteoric rise and lots of press coverage about the company's demanding work culture, most of us think of the company and its boss, Jeff Bezos, as ruthlessly efficient. And certainly,
As a company grows, so do the leaders of the business. And nobody needs to grow and change more than the CEO. In the early stages of the company, a CEO needs to focus on understanding customers, designing
You Only Need to Make 1 Small Change to Learn Any New Skill Twice As Fast, Johns Hopkins Research Proves
Where success is concerned, knowledge is important. Experience is important. But so is skill. No matter what your profession, some degree of physical skill is also required. So when you're trying to learn
Despite recent gains to shrink the gender wage gap, women are still woefully undervalued at work--in terms of their job titles, leadership roles, and more. But pushing those limits is indeed possible.
Need a productivity technique that is Elon Musk-, Netflix-, and Aristotle-approved? It may be the 21st century, but many successful CEOs and business leaders still look to 350 BC for guidance. Billionaire
Steve Jobs Said 1 Thing Separates Great Leaders From All the Rest (And Makes All the Difference for Success)
Steve Jobs expected a lot from himself. Jobs expected a lot from others. And he definitely expected a lot from people in leadership roles. Here's a story from John Rossman's upcoming book, Think Like Steve
When you type the question "What is leadership?" into Google, you get about 1.1 million results. The dictionary's own definition lands at the top. It says that leadership is "the action of leading a group
I hate the expression, "dumb it down," which originated in 1933 as movie-business slang used by screenplay writers, meaning "[to] revise so as to appeal to those of little education or intelligence." I
Super Bowl Ad for the Xbox Adaptive Controller Shows Why Satya Nadella Is the Right Person to Lead Microsoft
If you had to introduce yourself to an audience of 17,000 people with a one-minute video, what would it be? I've been pondering that question since attending the Adobe Summit this past week, where one