Ever wondered what it takes to be a CEO of top companies or to have a successful start up. Answer to this might be quite complicated taking into consideration wide range of factors.
Do you get tingles when you stare into a drawing, or when you hear a type of repetitive sound? Are you burnt out from long days at work or essentially bored out of your mind watching the same fast paced and extremely jolting television commericals?
So, in April of 2014, I published my first post on my new blog begintobelieve.com- “a prayerful & practical guide to facing change and challenge.” And yes, over the last 12+ months, I made a whopping $11.65 selling my ebooks and guides…wtf!
Confidence is part of the human soul that affects us all. There are two primary aspects of life that can affect confidence: Number 1: Our own personal experiences.
The things that we do to help ourselves only have ongoing positive effects if we make them into habits.
“Do I friend my boss on Facebook or not?” – that is the question that many working people ask themselves today.
Being a leader is definitely not an easy job. But this does not mean that you are allowed to sit back and avoid any kind of responsibilities.
Most people want to be free to do what they like when they like. Unfortunately, this never becomes a reality for a whole host of reasons that always seem sensible at the time.
How it pays to have faith in God, religion or the associated paraphernalia (let me call it ‘it’ for the remaining part)?
Outsourcing work to online assistants has been around a long time, but only recently, with the application of new technologies and user experiences, has the concept of personal outsourcing started to catch on with a wider audience.
Have you ever thought about your money leakage? You work hard to get the precious paycheck. At the end of the month, you scratch your head in confusion.
A common per-occupation of any leader is to constantly be on the look-out for new ideas and ways to motivate their team.
Born-negatives may or may not be the bloody Rh-negative. In other words, their identification marks are not exactly organic, but rather a set of loosely coupled behavioral symptoms.
Our addiction to work and the internet is slowly wearing us down, and with that it’s dragging down our ability to think clearly and creatively.
I saw a sign in front of a business centre one day that read, “Dissatisfied with our service? Please let us know.
“Regret for the things we did can be tempered by time; it is regret for the things we did not do that is inconsolable.” ― Sydney Smith Regret prison.
If we delve deeper into what everyone wants from life, we all get one answer at the very root of it: peace.
The essential guideline to holding down a day job while successfully building your own startup business is to remember the simple fact, that it’s your day job that is currently keeping you afloat not holding you back.
Aristotle once said that we are what we repeatedly do. Therefore, if you want to live a successful life, you need to have the right mindset and habits.
“Purgatory” is my own personal nickname for the hometown I’ve been shackled to for so long. In purgatory, there is no good and no bad, just endless, drab waiting.