Writer, Coach, Lover of Entrepreneurship
Ever since she was a little girl, Dixie’s least favorite word was "can’t." It still is. She's on a mission to prove that anything is possible, for anyone, but she's especially fond of entrepreneurs. She's good at seeing opportunities where other people see walls, navigating crossroads where other people see dead ends, and unwrapping the gifts of adversity and struggle. Dixie also contributes to Huffington Post and is a senior managing editor for The Good Man Project.
If you never tell people you need a break, don't be surprised when they push you to the snapping point.
Price is the easiest way to compare your product with the competition but it's just one consideration for your potential customers.
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The two reasons that the green-eyed monster can kill your business success
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Will the changes coming from biogenetic engineering, cloning, connectivity and social media make entrepreneurs change their thinking?
Their fragile egos and overblown sense of self-worth can make them a nightmare, but their drive can make them a dream.
Don't let fear of missing out stampede you into an opportunity that isn't the right fit.
Success is achieving your true passion but knowing what matters most is harder than it sounds.
Growing your sense of what's possible has a profound effect on the goals you're willing to set.
Entrepreneurs who take a strategic approach to hiring find abundant talent.
If the slacker everybody has learned to work around quits, no problem. It's the person who always picks up the slack you can't afford to lose.
Mostly, it's good when people take ownership of their jobs but, taken to an extreme, it turns toxic.
There are universal problems but customers are skeptical when you promise a universal solution.
The boundaries of your success are drawn by how you view the value of what you offer and the importance of making it available.
Social media is such an astounding innovation that we forget people still connect with people, not with personas.
How you ask for the help you need, and how you repay the favors you receive, has a lot to do with how much you will achieve.
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