Writer, Speaker, Adaptability Coach
Jeff Boss served 13 years in special operations across eight combat deployments. He is a personal coach, speaker and consultant on business optimization at the McChrystal Group. Read more at
Being 'in the zone' all the time is tiresome. The brain, just like any muscle, gets tired the more it's used.
Entrepreneurs will always place work first, but staying healthy can be just as important. These tips work on the road as well.
Putting forth an all-out effort towards achieving one large goal can be overwhelming. Do this instead.
These tomes will provide practical advice and inspiration as you reach for your goals in the new year.
It's always a good idea to review what worked, what didn't work and why, and think about what you will do in the upcoming year.
Being popular or busy for its own sake feel good but don't move the ball forward for you or your company.
The habits and routines, systems and processes that play into a company's agenda are what determine its culture -- and ultimately, its bottom line.
Businesses are no longer restrained by location or physical space. Use these application to collaborate and expand.
Before assuming your next leadership role, run through the following checklist to ensure you're on the right track.
Starting a Business
Similar to mission planning in special operations, there are myriad unknown factors that entrepreneurs must consider before they unleash a new product or service.
Without taking the time to reflect upon the past, there will be limited mobility to act in the future.
Starting a Business
It takes a strong will and an unrelenting purpose to find ways in which your venture can sustain success.
You'll need to tap your determination, persistence and trust to reach success, but there will be many barriers in the way.
The entrepreneurial realm offers an ocean of opportunity. However, with such opportunity also comes a propensity for confusion.
To separate yourself from the pack and stand out where others don't, you need to be different, but not too different.
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