It may be hard to believe that less than five minutes can impact the entire course of your day but new research shows that happiness, and the productivity that comes along with it, may be easier to attain than we think.
Your idea may look great on paper, but boy oh boy do things change -- and they will.
You must get intentional about your creativity if you want it to flourish.
To succeed in any area of life, you have to be like a bridge in California, with just enough give to withstand an earthquake.
Ever hear of the progress principle? It could be a great motivator for your team.
If half of businesses fail in the first five years, what are the other half doing right and what can entrepreneurs learn from them?
The experts use different analogies, different acronyms and tell different stories, but at the end of the day, they all say the same thing.
There is no way to live life without failing from time to time. The only way you won't fail is if you live so guardedly that you are barely living at all, wherein, you fail by default.
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The first lesson of business success is why and how you just have to be you.
If you hope to join this small club, despite the odds, it stands to reason that taking a radically different approach to life could shift things in your favor.
You must fine-tune your ability to acutely break down a problem and come up with an efficient solution.
Work hard, stay focused and never forget the passion that gets you to where you want to be.
Humble people tend to be more effective leaders and are more likely to perform highly in group and individual settings.
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