Entrepreneur, Executive Coach, Author, Speaker
Jeff Boss is a leadership coach with a focus on adaptability who leverages his previous careers as a Navy SEAL and business consultant to help clients accelerate success. Read more at
Star performers won't be happy too long doing the same-old same-old at your company.
Being an entrepreneur means pursuing a purpose that delivers value -- with a little bit of risk, of course. That's it.
Control What You Can
Managing your impulses with positive thinking, regular exercise and writing down your thoughts will work wonders on reducing your stress levels.
Because it doesn't. And you need to recognize that not everything will operate like your biased world either.
But you know what? It's OK to be a nerd. The process smart learners use to become smarter is invaluable for anybody aiming to stay competitive.
Just because you've relabeled a group of people in the same room a team does not mean they will work as a team.
Try one or all of these self-improvement apps to get your month off to a positive start.
Small Business - Big Impact
Ask yourself these three questions to understand how you arrived to where you are, and you'll be better able to predict how you can get to where you want to be.
You can't go wrong following these timeless rules of any trade.
The worst thing about working in a virtual environment is having your original message get completely misconstrued through ineffective communication channels.
You're up against quite a few negative factors whenever you try to get lots of people to accept a new idea.
To bond employees to your company offer them opportunity to grow professionally and meaningful work with a good team.
Knowing what you are talking about is the easiest part of becoming a persuasive, well connected entrepreneur.
Working From Home
Some home offices are too distracting to allow productivity. Others are hermit chambers where people use work to escape from life.
People appreciate honesty and directness, but those things can just as easily backfire if you do it incorrectly.
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