Starting up is arguably more taxing than adding another newborn to the family. Successful young entrepreneurs share tips to handling the “babies”–both at home and at the office.
Luke: I can’t believe it.
Yoda: That is why you fail.
My research into the traits of influencers and achievers continues, and as I turn more pieces of this puzzle around to fit the whole, more ideas appear to me as a fit for this space. In this edition, reflections on falling short — more precisely, why we fail despite ourselves.
Don’t wait until your plans go awry. Use these handy tips for a smooth trip every time.
The features of your product are important. But it’s the little things that leave a lasting impression and encourage people to buy.
Leaders must not bite off more than they can manage. Scale directives to the magnitude of the problem.
A crisp, well-written sales message will help you win more customers. Here are a few tricks for non-writers.
“A man who wants to lead the orchestra must turn his back on the crowd.”
– Max Lucado
The Aquarius Reef Base sits 60 feet underwater, three and a half miles off the Florida coast. Sylvia Earle, the legendary 76-year-old oceanographer, is there on a final trip before the station closes for good. That is, unless it can get enough funding to continue. See the pictures and hear Earle’s appeal.
For too long you’ve served as Chief Fire Extinguisher. It’s time to step back and start working on building your business.