1 in 10 businesses will succeed. One. In. Ten. That’s a huge failure rate when it comes to starting a business.
There was an interesting statistic recently on inc.com. It suggested that almost two-thirds of people under the age of 30 wanted to start their own business.
‘Hey Bro, how do I get that prison body?’ One of the most common questions I’d be asked by guys when I worked as a Personal Trainer.
Most of us experience life as a set of predicable events that unfold as a series of manageable challenges.
Picture yourself at work leading your way to a one-to-one meeting with your boss. Words start flowing and you can feel them like bullets fired by a machine gun hitting you deep down somewhere you can almost feel the pain: They are the foundations of your ego being badly shaken, holding on again and again after every strike.
Becoming more creative can be challenging, especially if you have no idea where to start. You’ve probably already scoured Google for the answers to all your creative problems and whether if you’ve found answers or not, you walked away from the search engine not feeling like you found what would get you over the hump.
I used to try so hard. I would analyze everything I said. If only I said the right thing, THEN they would be interested in me.
I spent the better part of an afternoon recently having a conversation with someone on my Southwest flight back home.
School isn’t the only place where we can learn—day-to-day experiences can deal us some major life lessons that you won’t find in any academic book.
1. You Complain. Complaining may feel good for a second but it is probably the biggest waste of time there is!
Can you get trapped in a treadmill while you try to chase your dreams? My answer is yes. You can sleepwalk through life, with your eyes wide open, and not even notice you are doing it.
A friend ruined my date night with my wife! Let me show you the picture I was in. One night, while me and my wife were dining in a restaurant, a friend dropped by our table.
Today’s children are riddled with shots that chip away at their self-esteem and self-worth. From bullying—whether overt or passive (i.e.
It’s no secret that when you’re in a positive emotional state of mind everything just seems to seamlessly fall into place.
When people are trying to get healthy, there are two main ways in which they generally go about doing it: through diet, or through exercise.
“Self-confidence is the first requisite to great undertakings.” – Samuel Johnson There’s a lot of truth to the quote above by Samuel Johnson.
Your success is not in your hands. It’s in your mind. I saw you snicker and that’s not some psycho mumbo jumbo.
Last week I was in Silicon Valley and I was meeting with one of my consulting clients, a CTO at a high growth startup.
Is your coffee just something you grab as a take-out from the faceless coffee shop on your way to the office?
The idea of hard work leading to success has been a universal and sacred tenet for centuries. But is it true?