You can't be a successful entrepreneur without courage, these tips can help you develop your nerve.
There are not enough tools, hacks or luck to succeed without the character to walk every step of the journey.
Caleb Maddix is an author, motivational speaker and founder of the company Kids 4 Success. His mission -- to change the lives of 1,000 people.
Jim McKelvey advises aspirational entrepreneurs to listen to the stories of accomplished people with a healthy dose of skepticism. Listen and learn, to be sure, but don't take anyone else's journey as gospel.
The author of "Persuadable: How Great Leaders Change Their Minds to Change the World" tells Bryan Elliott of "Behind the Brand" that confidence is no longer key in leadership.
Don't let fear silence you, understand how to embrace your nerves at the podium and you will deliver.
Even though we are born curious and creative, more often than not, these qualities are educated out of us. It's time for change in the school of life.
New research looks at whether the human feeling of confidence can be broken down into objective mathematical calculation.
'We've never had more focus as a company, as a development team. I want to make sure that Twitter is the place that you check first thing to start your day,' he said.
Nothing does more to stymie truly original thinking than playing it safe for fear of how people will react.
There are persistent worries about sales and profits, the latest indication that economic growth braked sharply in the first quarter.
Jennifer Hacker of lifestyle website Toast Meets Jam outlines five ways to face your fears and get moving toward success.
No matter what stage of development you're in domestically or professionally, making those around you feel confident is key.
You might or might not know your life's mission, but these three techniques will help get you to where you were meant to be.
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