There is no shortage of disappointment and pain in the world. No shortage of helplessness. No shortage of regret. No shortage of failure. If you’re feeling down because you got fired yesterday. So what?
Just because you put a lot on your plate doesn't mean you'll have a lot to show for it later. As you grow a business, it's pretty common for your calendar to have a whole lot more space blocked off because
Marnie Dickens makes shows that get people talking. She did it in 2016 with Thirteen, the addictive BBC Three abduction drama that broke iPlayer records. This week, the writer returns with an equally tale,
People often say to me, "You're a genius!" in response to my work. I almost always reply, "Thank you so much, but what you're actually witnessing is me using my Genius, not being a genius." My Genius being
Joe and Karen Stermitz have been traveling the world since April of 2017. Their travel probably isn't what you might expect from retirees taking their bucket-list trips — they live out of a camper they
My biggest takeaway from the process of raising money for my last software company, and eventually selling it, was this: The further up you get in the capital ladder, the more investors focus on profitability
Why every business leader must consider--and counter--the perils of excessive confidence and optimism. At the core of Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO)'s mission is an unrelenting commitment to helping
It's nearing 38°C in my garage gym, as I force out a final round of squats and AirBike intervals, trying to block out the slowly intensifying burn in my legs, lungs and, well, just about everywhere else.
Remember the Michelin Tweel, that futuristic-looking tire supported by rubber spokes instead of pressurized air? If not, you may get acquainted with this space-age design sooner rather than later. The