Adrian Shepherd

Adrian Shepherd

CEO of iSucceed

Adrian Shepherd is a productivity consultant, author and speaker who works with individuals and organizations around the world. He has lived in Europe, America, Southeast Asia and Japan which has given him a truly global perspective.

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7 Leadership Lessons From Netflix's Hit Show 'Cobra Kai'

The success of Netflix's 'Cobra Kai' has little to do with Karate and everything to do with leadership, teamwork, and friendship.

Victoria's Secret Waved Farewell to Its Angels. Was It a Mistake?

Building up your brand takes years, which is why Victoria's Secret's marketing decision to shelve its Angels was a shock.

The Reason Why I Keep Two Books in a Safety Deposit Box

I place $37.31 worth of books alongside some of the most important items in my family's life.

I Spent Three Months on Clubhouse, and Here's What I Learned

In 2020 there was no hotter app than Clubhouse, but is it still the place to be, and is it right for you?

Lead By Example: 7 Ways You May Be a Bad Example for Your Employees

A leader sets the tone for the organization, but leaders aren't infallible.

Supercharge Your Productivity With These 5 Foods

Health is a key element to high performance. Use these foods to create a diet that will help sustain your success.

11 Business Books Entrepreneurs Must Reread in 2021

A good book is like fine wine, it gets better with age.

8 Soft Skills That Make You an Even Better Leader

Emotional intelligence and other soft skills are more important than ever. Mastering these essentials will help you inspire your team and beat your revenue goals.

4 Steps to Help Entrepreneurs Cope With Anxiety

Whether you're thriving, surviving or struggling, anxiety is always there. Here's how can we deal with it.

Google's big step to disrupt and improve higher education

Lessons you can learn from Google's decision to teach college.

Google's Big Move to Disrupt and Upend Higher Education

Lessons you can learn from Google's decision to take on college.

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