Author and Managing Partner, Invisor Consulting
It's one of life's great ironies: Success leads to money. Money rarely leads to success.
Whether you run a corporation, a business, or your own career, you'll need these four characteristics if you want to go places.
When you work your way up, you have to learn to value what you have or you end up losing it.
The utopian vision of an entrepreneur who wanted to do his part for income inequality looks shortsighted in the cold light of reality.
Leaders lead. Followers follow. You can't do both. That's not opinion; it's biology.
In business, you don't have to be liked to be successful. In politics, it's crucial.
If you think others have it better than you, think again. Life is never easy and always what you make of it.
Twitter shows that you might have a great product and platform, but you still need to manage it right.
If you want to be great at something, learn from the experts. When it comes to startups, the experts are in the tech industry.
Conflict is key to smart decisions and positive outcomes ... and we're all the better for it.
If you think you need sound bites to inspire your work, then you're in the wrong line of work.
Our culture is affected by a number of factors that are eating away at what made our economy -- and us -- strong.
Entrepreneurs don't do what everyone else is doing. Like it or not, that's exactly what most of you are doing.
We all lie to ourselves because we want material things we don't need or deserve. The irony is, that makes us miserable.
While the cost of fighting terrorism may seem high, the cost of not fighting it or fighting and losing is far higher. It's important for all of us to remember that.
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