Loved this piece from Open Forum Granted, there are probably as many reasons for startup failure as there are startups, but here are nine common mistakes to avoid, along with some hard-earned wisdom from entrepreneurs who know from experience how debilitating those mistakes can be. 1. Allowing Love to Make You Stupid In his early 20s, when Alfredo Atanacio was traveling frequently on business between … Continue reading Learning from Our Mistakes
If you’ve spent enough time in the workforce, you almost certainly have a trail of damaged professional relationships behind you. That doesn’t mean you’re a bad manager or employee; it’s simply a fact that some people don’t get along, and when we have to rely on each other (to finish the report, to execute the campaign, to close the deal), there are bound to be … Continue reading Fix The Crack to Your Success
The Power of ‘Why’ While I was away a lot has been on my mind. The turn around of my life was on September afyer a road accident minor as it was #no_injuries I was in a state of magic turn around till I stumbled upon this column am about to share with you. On that Sunday night I not only knew life has an … Continue reading Success the Mecca of an Entrepreneur
Previously posted by STEVE TOBAK Author of Real Leaders Don’t Follow on On Entrepreneur. Reach beyond your grasp. Perhaps the most brilliant advice in history is Robert Browning’s famous quote, “A man’s reach should exceed his grasp.” A woman’s, too. If you want to be successful, you have to consistently strive to tackle tough problems and do great work. There are no wealthy slackers. None. Make … Continue reading Wealth Code
What’s the first vision that pops into your mind when I ask you to imagine yourself as… Unstoppable? As a kid, you might have fantasized of a superpower you wish you had. Mine was always the ability to fly! The adult you might visualize adream business, lifestyle,relationship, state of well-being, or financial freedom. But as kids we also used to dream relentlessly. We got excited about stuff we pursued. Even … Continue reading Avoiding Self Limitation.
As I became an entrepreneur running my own company, I quickly discovered that the things I was most passionate about were being able to see a problem and then figuring out a way to solve it by designing software that could simplify and streamline the problem. I also had a passion for wanting to become a good leader for my people. Note that neither of … Continue reading Passion Before Money
The animal kingdom is one of the most unique and heirachical system ever built. “The under water division” is one of dominance. There is a faster fish than the shark there is a more larger one but every single time when we hear the deep seas we know of The Shark. The most dominant in the seas rather the high seas. 1. Bones Vs. Cartilage … Continue reading Becoming the Corporate Shark