Since human beings are subject to change according to their external realities, there can never be an ultimate goal. It will keep changing according to the time zones, places you visit, people you meet, conversations you engage in, and the work you do.
"In a free-market economy, anyone can make as much money as they want," emphasizes self-made millionaire Steve Siebold, who has also studied over 1,200 of the world's wealthiest people. That applies (more…)
You can't get better if you don't know where you're going wrong. Steve Jobs was legendary for a lot of things -- one was the value he placed on brutal honesty. That translated not only into him being sometimes painfully honest with those who worked for him. It also meant [...]
Bill Gates Gave Some Brilliant Management Advice on Hiring the Best People. Here It Is in 2 SentencesMindthriller
Traditional brick and mortar companies will cringe, but the research doesn't lie. Neither does Bill Gates. Traditional brick and mortar companies prefer everyone "in the office," where people can work together, bounce from meeting to meeting, and slog in Dilbert-style cubicles. (more…)
Building a successful career draws from several important disciplines. These time-honored practices, proven to work (more…)