Think of confidence as a skill that you can get better at, then practice, practice, practice.
As pervasive as successes and setbacks are in the startup world, they never become any easier to endure.
Charisma is the transference of enthusiasm. That means having the passion, energy and spirit and sharing that with others to feel the same.
Whether you're driving to work or delivering a presentation, you have to get out of your own head.
Happiness and serenity result from conscious living, not just the luck of our circumstances.
For the most part, it's not an outside factor, and it's something early stage investors always look for.
Unasked and unanswered questions can stop a deal before it even begins.
Adapt these two daily habits that can help overcome failures and setbacks.
For any of your decisions to have a chance at being successful, the actions that follow those decisions must be founded on confidence.
Stress has gotten a bad reputation that it doesn't fully deserve.
Think of failure the way you think of cars when crossing a busy street. Believe you can be run over so you'll avoid it by watching out.
Business success and prison survival both require managing relationships, accepting consequences and maintaining the right balance of humilty and confidence.
True confidence -- as opposed to the false confidence people project to mask their insecurities -- has a look all its own.
Don't let that voice of negativity in your head start to squawk.
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