What did you want to be when you were 5? An astronaut? Basketball player? President? When we're little, we imagine that we'll do something exciting with our lives. But somewhere along the way, all that
Unfortunately, making tough decisions amidst chaos takes practice. In the past, I had a tendency to avoid conflict, put off making difficult decisions and even sugarcoat reality. Those behaviors are of
A while back, I sat on a panel at a conference for entrepreneurs. There were three successful entrepreneurs and myself. As usual, the classic question came up, "What does it take to be a successful entrepreneur?"
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Up and at ‘em! Morning people are successful people. Just ask any CEO, politician, professional athlete or inventor out there – they all start their day at the crack of dawn, gaining a leg up on the competition.
Imagine this. By the time lunch rolls around, you push back from your desk with a satisfied sigh, saunter off to your car, and drive off to have a leisurely, stress-free lunch, daydreaming about the 18
What is success? There are many definitions, but there's one thing all the greats agree on: Success only comes by persevering despite failure. Here are 50 quotes to inspire you to succeed in the face failures,
Need a little tech help in scheduling and organizing your work day? There’s several apps for that. Ever wonder which tools super-productive and über-organized people use to get things done? Fast Company
The difference between success and failure is a great team. When I first became an entrepreneur, in the spring of 2002, I was a consultant. As Dave Kerpen Strategic Consulting, I could make my own hours,
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Some people seem to get ahead, no matter what. They aren't necessarily smarter, more creative or harder working than many others. Still, they achieve much more than their peers. Why is that? The philosopher