Late bloomers are individuals who manifest unusual abilities later in life due to early or midlife circumstances and crisis attributable to factors that could be self-imposed or beyond their control. Continue reading “Late Bloomers – It’s Never Too Late to Start”
You might have received your fair share of blows this year as the recession contradicted earlier predictions by analysts for 2016.
Deciding not to believe these professionals anymore may sound outright demeaning and a quick way to relegate their careers to the shadows.
The good thing is Continue reading “Could 2017 Be the Year We All Are Waiting For?”
As humans we run through life assessing how we’ve fared on a yearly basis. We feel on top of the world when the past twelve months show increase not only in material things but in our health and state of mind.
At times we get discouraged when there’s nothing really to show materially especially when colleagues and friends given the same circumstances, resources and time appear to make significant progress with their lives.
As we speak, some people are apprehensive as we barely have few weeks to close the year. How does this play out? Continue reading “Optimistic About 2017? Understudy the Four Quarter Principle”
While I acknowledge the “Think-outside-the-box” cliché and how it drives creativity and unconventional thinking, I took a breather to see what I could draw from within.
The human mind is capable of creating breathtaking images as unique and beautiful as a ‘free world’ without even seeing one.
I recently read an article from Danner Darcleight; He’s currently serving a 25 year jail sentence in a US Federal prison. Continue reading “3 Ways Thinking Inside the Box Sets Me on the Path to Originality”
Nearly all business seminars I’ve attended in the past have something peculiar with its attendees; every aspiring entrepreneur that walks into that meeting room has a concept to unravel. Continue reading “Why Good Ideas are Not Enough and Three Ways to Fix it”
You’ve gone past the start-up phase, everything seems to be set up and you’re ready to sell to your first customer or probably you’ve made some sales casually before you launched formally.
Friends and family call in to congratulate you on the successful launch of your new business, probably it cost you tons of cash, time and lots of sweat to take off.
While enjoying the excitement that comes with your new venture, the euphoria gets to its peak and sustains for a few days and afterwards the whole start up excitement begins to wear off…
Now what’s next?
Being enthusiastic about your start up idea is expected; but starting off without proper evaluation and counsel is like falling off a bike when you’ve not learnt to ride with support.
Launching a business is just the first step, knowing if you did it right is another.
Review likely factors that would increase your chances of success by studying these indicators. Continue reading “5 Ways to Know Your Start-up is Ready for ‘Launch’”
Looking beyond home chores, dropping of my kid at school and planning vacations together, I didn’t realize early; other underlying strengths in my partner beyond the ones I saw at home. Continue reading “Should You Take Your Spouse Along in Business?”
As the market place becomes more competitive, the stakes are becoming higher while the path to the top narrows in.
To keep your job, you’ll need to prove to your employers time and time again you can be trusted with responsibility and you deserve more than your monthly pay cheque.
These attitudes will help keep you at your peak and ready for the next executive role. Continue reading “6 Attitudes to Show Your Employer You’re Ready for the Top Job”