Author and Managing Partner, Invisor Consulting
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.
Calling yourself a CEO doesn't make you one. Real leaders have real companies, employees, and customers -- not delusions of grandeur.
Nothing worth achieving is ever easy. It always takes smarts, guts, hard work, and perseverance.
The good news is you won a big contract. The bad news is you committed to do the impossible.
If you want to be tomorrow's success story, you've got to do the right things and act the right way today.
Starting a Business
Markets are competitive and customers couldn't care less about your self-serving motives for becoming an entrepreneur.
The great irony of today's obsession with success is that it really has nothing to do with characteristics, habits, or routines.
Losing is terrible. If there's a silver lining, it is only in learning from it and avoiding the same mistakes again.
Trying to get people to like you is disingenuous, selfish, and manipulative. And it will likely backfire.
Great advice on starting a business, from a guy who's been pretty successful himself.
If you've got high hopes for a fulfilling career and financial security, solopreneurship is not the way to get there.
Success doesn't come from a book or a website. It comes from hard work.
Whether you're just starting out or have been around a while, these counterintuitive career lessons will help you get to the top.
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