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3 Things Successful People Do To Leverage Failure (Infographic) – Terina Allen

I am scared way more often than I am brave. I am uncomfortable much more frequently than I am comfortable. I am unsure about so much more than I am certain of. I have dropped many more balls than I have ever caught, and I have failed at more initiatives than I have succeeded. And … Continue reading 3 Things Successful People Do To Leverage Failure (Infographic) – Terina Allen

18 Things You Need To Give Up To Become A High-Achieving Person – Brianna Wiest Brianna Wiest

A secret about success is that it is just as much about what you give up as what you gain.Are you willing to give up late nights out for late nights in working? Are you willing to turn a deaf ear to blind criticisms? Are you willing to listen to helpful ones? Are you going to be … Continue reading 18 Things You Need To Give Up To Become A High-Achieving Person – Brianna Wiest Brianna Wiest

The Math Behind The 5-Hour Rule: Why You Need To Learn 1 Hour Per Day Just To Stay Relevant – Michael Simmons

Three years ago, I coined the term The 5-Hour Rule after researching the most successful, busy people in the world and finding that they shared a pattern: They devoted at least 5 hours a week to deliberate learning. Since then, I’ve preached The 5-Hour Rule to more than 10 million readers. The reason I keep … Continue reading The Math Behind The 5-Hour Rule: Why You Need To Learn 1 Hour Per Day Just To Stay Relevant – Michael Simmons

Midas List Europe: Meet The Best VC Investors In European Tech For 2018 – Alex Konrad

With Europe’s tech scene on the rise, a select group of venture capital investors are proving that you don’t need to be in Silicon Valley to build a golden startup portfolio. The 25 investors of the second-ever Midas Europe List have produced returns that stand up worldwide. They’ve backed public-company success stories like payments company … Continue reading Midas List Europe: Meet The Best VC Investors In European Tech For 2018 – Alex Konrad

Four Things This 24-Year-Old Did Before She Became A CEO – Denise Restauri

Here’s a question I hear a lot from young women: “How do I leave my job that comes with benefits and direct deposit paychecks and become an entrepreneur?” There’s no one-size-fits-all answer. So I share stories of what I did and what other women are doing to give them perspective, context and color to help … Continue reading Four Things This 24-Year-Old Did Before She Became A CEO – Denise Restauri

The Success of Your Business Depends On The Relationship Between IT & Finance – Damon Fletcher

Thirty-eight percent of CFOs are responsible for IT departments, but many finance departments operate separately from their IT counterparts. As CFO duties evolve to include greater technology responsibilities, it is vital for modern finance departments to prioritize a data strategy. In fact, digital transformation is a necessity. Without evolving the relationship between finance and IT … Continue reading The Success of Your Business Depends On The Relationship Between IT & Finance – Damon Fletcher

4 Millennials Describe How The Great Recession Shaped Their Lives – Kristin Stoller

Call it the tale of two stereotypes. In one, Millennials are job-hopping crypto-crazed maniacs who would rather buy bitcoin than bonds. In the other, they’re a generation so scarred by the Great Recession that they cling to any chance for job security and keep their money (what little they have left after student loan payments) … Continue reading 4 Millennials Describe How The Great Recession Shaped Their Lives – Kristin Stoller

The High Risk High Reward World of Selling Stuff on Amazon – Lydia DePillis

When Nida Kazmi got laid off from her job as a product manager at Bloomberg two years ago, she came up with a fallback plan: Selling stuff on Amazon. She chose stackable baby formula dispensers because the category didn't seem to have much competition, and found a supplier in China to manufacture them. After hiring … Continue reading The High Risk High Reward World of Selling Stuff on Amazon – Lydia DePillis

TED – Why The Secret To Success Is Setting The Right Goals by John Doerr

https://youtu.be/L4N1q4RNi9I Our Managers and institutions are failing us, but it's not always because they're bad or unethical, says venture capitalist John Doerr -- often, it's simply because they're leading us toward the wrong objectives. In this practical talk, Doerr shows us how we can get back on track with "Objectives and Key Results," or OKRs … Continue reading TED – Why The Secret To Success Is Setting The Right Goals by John Doerr

A Man Of 3 Worlds: The Russian-American Billionaire Giving Millions To U.S. and U.K. Universities – Angel Au-Yeung

Len Blavatnik, the Ukrainian-born and Russian-raised billionaire businessman with a net worth of $17.9 billion, says he has given away $500 million to charity so far, mostly to world-renowned universities like Oxford, Harvard, Stanford and Yale. When asked why he favors donating to higher education institutions, he explains shrewdly that for him, conducting philanthropy is … Continue reading A Man Of 3 Worlds: The Russian-American Billionaire Giving Millions To U.S. and U.K. Universities – Angel Au-Yeung

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