Author and Managing Partner, Invisor Consulting
Always seek advice from those who've been in the same boat as you and successfully navigated those treacherous waters.
Every successful entrepreneur has something they do well. Find what you do best and do it often.
Surprise the people around you, in business and relationships. You might end up surprised yourself.
In a world of phony fads, media hype, virtual personas, and personal brands, being genuine is becoming an endangered quality.
We didn't evolve enormous brains with the capacity for complex reasoning so you can sit on your butt pondering stuff cavemen did without thinking.
The way to boost confidence and create positive outcomes is to be prepared, take risks, and learn through experience.
We love to typecast. Yet we don't realize that much of the common wisdom about popular stereotypes is simply false.
Not that anyone cares about your personal brand, but the least you could do is present yourself to the world correctly.
If you're serious about being an entrepreneur, let these stories of success guide your planning.
To be successful, you've got to learn when to trust your own ideas and when to let go to gain a broader perspective.
Life and business are both based around making smart decisions. That's not as hard as it sounds.
Your career will have many twists and turns. It may slump or drag for a while and then take off when you finally hit your stride.
Apple, Coca-Cola, BMW, and Disney have powerful brands because they are leaders in their respective industries, not the other way around.
How you act defines you as a leader. That's why there are so few real leaders nowadays.
Life is a marathon, not a sprint. Don't be in such a hurry to get to the finish line.