Control What You Can
Such a simple question, and yet it continues to vex some of the best thinkers in business.
Founders are the ones who set the stage, as culture usually mirrors their beliefs. Because of that, it's important to set the values and tone right at the beginning.
What do Bill Gates, Larry Ellison, Jeff Bezos and Oprah Winfrey all have in common?
Imagine yourself 'chief happiness officer' at your company.
In a startup, or any business with limited resources, the last thing you need is people who put in lots of time and effort, but never seem to move the ball.
When you set out to win and don't count the costs, you end up paying far more than you expected.
Managers tend to blame their turnover problems on everything under the sun, while ignoring the crux of the matter: people don't leave jobs; they leave managers.
Missed a deadline? Lost an important client? Facing an unexpected competitor? Stay calm and react with a plan.
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You can override the voices telling you that you can't succeed … but only if you can find and cultivate this one trait.
When our goal is to add value to the marketplace and our fellow man, our lifestyle will change and wealth tends to follow our efforts.
While taking a trip with your team is definitely fun, there are also lessons you can learn from the experience.
No one starts a business and does everything right, but if you're going to make mistakes, why not share those missteps with other budding entrepreneurs and help them avoid the same pitfalls?
In today's work world, employees want to feel like they are a part of the decision-making process. Millennials, especially, want managers who give them the freedom to do their jobs and trust they will deliver.
Here are a few phrases you can use to help in those challenging moments that could escalate into conflict.
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