Unhappy in your job? It's possible you're an entrepreneur.
Focusing on one thing at a time is a very good start.
People who don't understand the basics of how people get along will never lead a successful team.
A healthy culture isn't a nice-to-have but a must-have.
The most successful people on the planet are also the people likeliest to devote an hour a day to reading and learning.
Your team wouldn't be idle if you gave them anything more important to do.
Among the logical errors nearly everybody makes is thinking only everybody else makes logical errors.
The least nudge is often all that is needed to get a wavering customer to purchase.
Consistency is a big part of succeeding. The top 1% of performers in the world know this is the secret to their success.
If the harshest thing you have to say about someone is partly true, say the other part.
The open office was an exciting innovation in 1900, and people didn't like it then, either.
Your business plan is how investors and potential partners see that you know everything you can about your industry.
Even self-sufficient employees who excel at figuring things out need tools and resources only you can provide.
Some people are naturally creative. Everyone else can cultivate creativity.
Nothing motivates your hustle more than the prospect of an eviction notice.
Personal motivation is an essential cog in your overall drive to succeed.
Good managers help each member of the team bring out their inner superstar.
Almost everybody pays eventually but almost nobody pays sooner than they have to. That's a problem.
Time management is at the top of the short list of reasons why some people succeed and most don't.
Habits seem to rule us. They can hold you back, or you can adapt the right habits and prosper.