Why Did I Write This Guide? You have dreams. I know this because I have dreams, we all do. But unfortunately, for a lot of us achieving these dreams is easier said than done. In order to get things done, we need an actionable plan for doing so. I wrote this guide to help you build that plan and take action on it every day. Who Is This Guide For? This is a guide for two people: (1) someone with
Here’s a tip: if your team has just completed a stack of research and are about to release a report, spend a little cash to have your results turned into an infographic. Personally, I love infographics. They’re a visually appetizing way to consume what might otherwise be confusing or inaccessible data. Here are five of my
Life is all about improvement. Some of us seek to improve our relationships, others our professional life, some others seek to improve spiritually. But wherever you look, and whomever you examine, you’ll invariably see the same thing— a struggle for improvement. And I say struggle for a reason. That’s exactly what it is. Because whenever we embark on a quest of building habits and improving ourselves, we inevitably get stuck. We say to ourselves, “I’ll go to the gym from
Business isn’t easy. You’re bound to make mistakes, fail time and again, and miss just as awesome as you hit. It’s the same for all of us, that’s just the nature of the game. And it’s precisely because of these failures that you’ll learn the lessons required to propel you towards success. But learning from your mistakes can be painful. That’s why, across the entrepreneur community, from business leaders in every industry, you’ll hear the same thing: “find a mentor”.
What were the last three books you read? This is a question I often ask in job interviews. It’s a question that can tell me right away just how seriously someone takes their own self-development. But I also ask it for another, simpler reason: to get book recommendations! I firmly believe that lasting — note: lasting being the key word here — success is only possible with a solid foundation. And what better way to build that foundation than by
Have you ever felt stuck? We’ve all felt it to some degree. In fact, a lot of us are stuck right now. Stuck at the idea stage, the execution stage, the expansion stage. There are many reasons you might be feeling stuck. But nothing gets us stuck quite like procrastination. Procrastination is easy to relate to. In fact, it’s so pervasive we see it in all areas of our lives, not just work. We put off exercise, social activities, chores—
In a startup, networking is one of the most important skills that can be utilized in order to grow your business. Whether it is hiring, raising money, establishing partnerships, or drumming up a new business- networking can help you accomplish many professional goals. Making meaningful connections and maintaining them is crucial in the startup business world. This was not always easy for me. Being a recovering introvert, I originally did not see the value in networking and to be honest, I