As an athlete at heart, I often look at business, life and success through the lens of sports.
You can either live your life on Offense or Defense. You can be moving forward, taking chances and seeking out positive results or you can find yourself perpetually on the defensive where you’re stuck in a mindset of always defending, guarding and hunkering down.
Almost everyone wants the shortcut to success. They want to “hack” their way to results without having to go through the long slog it takes to figure out the way forward. For those of you looking for a few nuggets, here you go!
The role of the CEO has always been split between management and leadership. In the past, however, the emphasis tended to be on management. The CEO set the goals, developed the strategies, and kept an eye on the competition while serving as the public face of the company.
If you’re going to start a company, chances are you won’t get funding and you’ll have to do it on your own. Yes, that’s right. You’re going to have to put your own money in and risk it all. So what are some tips when your own money is on the line?
Aristotle’s quote rings true as much today as it did during his lifetime over 2300 years ago. In a world where it’s often hard to detect truth from falsehoods, it’s more important than ever to be a free thinker.
You're working hard, trying to build your business and you're out pitching to prospects. Inevitably you are going to hit some tough customers. Ones who aren't merely difficult, they are looking to make sure you don't get the business because they have their own agenda.