Tag: entrepreneurship


It’s gonna hit ya in the face, and it’s gonna hit HARD. You’re probably not gonna be ready, you won’t be prepared, and you’re probably going...

Yes, You Need To Take More Vacations (Manages Stress)

This post originally appears on the author's corporate blog. Follow Joey V. Price for Human Resources, Entrepreneurship, and Business Travel content on Twitter, LinkedIn, and...

How Goal-Setting Can Help Companies Achieve Sustained Growth

Kevin Kruse: Today on the show, I talk to a startup CEO who's grown his company to 100 million dollars in revenue in less...

How Not To “Bike-Shed” Your Feedback (Communication)

Bike-shedding refers to the act of spending lots of time on unimportant details while leaving crucial matters unattended. The term traces back to 1955 article...

How To Manage A Multi-Generational Staff

They realized that maybe I was naïve and brave enough, as I like to put it, to go and take it on, and not knowing how difficult it was going to be, and just persevere through it.

“Disrupt Yourself Or Be Disrupted”: The Key To Being Innovative

You've got to be interested every day in learning. I think that's just so important.

5 Ways You Are Holding Yourself Back From Happiness

What's more important is that we find a way to manage work and a way to manage life so that we are engaged and fully present in each of the activities that we're doing, whenever and wherever we're doing them, not segmenting or pretending to segment out, which is literally impossible to do anymore.

Giving Feedback That’s Radically Transparent (Managerial Courage)

Want to know what radically transparent feedback looks like? Here’s an actual email sent to Ray Dalio, the founder of Bridgewater Associates, by an employee...

The 12-Hour Work Week: How To Work Less, And Earn More

To me, it's gotten to the point where I don't do anything in my business except for think. I am now the CEO. I don't ever touch any process, except to think through it and tell someone else what to do.
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