There's a worthwhile book out there for whatever you need to move forward on your leadership journey.
Age sometimes seems a lot more than just a number
Ben Silberman left a safe and lucrative job at Google to start a company. When it failed, he started another one that succeeded big time.
Commuting is mostly just unpaid work, unless you make an effort to learn something along the way.
When the company finally starts making money, invest it so that it keeps making money.
To create true engagement among employees, leadership teams need to first understand what employees want.
Make sure your employees aren't engaging in these time-wasting activities.
While the familiar tech sectors seem to be entering a down phase, the future is bright in other sectors you need to learn about.
Breaks, with or without coffee, help employees relax, share information and build camaraderie.
When starting your business unbounded optimism is essential but keep it in check when making forecasts.