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The reversible thumb and the capacity to laugh at situations you'd prefer you weren't mired in are two attributes unique to humans.
How founders communicate and set expectations when the company is tiny will have big implications when it scales.
Successful entrepreneurs don't rest before they understand why and how.
Strong leaders thrive when their top people challenge assumptions and ask the uncomfortable questions.
Cross Channel Marketing
If you want to come out and make a name for your business, you got to get a little weird.
These guides serve the purpose of identifying a company's future optimal state. If you don't know what "right" looks like, then nothing is wrong.
The good news is you can learn to manage the stress associated with working in constant change by managing your mind.
The habits or behaviors leaders exhibit and expect in others can be either strongly supportive or terribly toxic.
To deliver at the leading edge, you must think at the leading edge, and that means thinking outside your comfort zone.
Starting a Business
If the rules aren't already written then write your own rule book, and if there is a book, make edits.
With every challenge comes a solution -- an answer that warrants strategic and creative thinking to navigate the paths of obvious and obsolete.
There's a fine line between smart and stupid, and sometimes our motivations can make that line a little blurry.
Bad habits can plague your lift both at work and home. You need to be aware of them so you can change.
Can't name any introverted entrepreneurs? How about Bill Gates, Warren Buffet and Charles Schwab?
Managing Remote Teams
Leading a team isn't easy, and doing so remotely is much more difficult because the human factor is absent.
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