Get a hold of your life right now. Yes, right now! You say time is running out, slipping through your fingers like fine dusts but then what are you merely doing? Procrastinating over things you could do in the NOW, holding back yourself - waiting for the right time 'til your age catches up on you. Then again, you make awesome, out of this world EXCUSES - that you are already old for such things, that you can't have the stamina to engage in this and that activity. Read more
“I think finals are there to be won, you know the feeling of losing a final is really bad. I prefer to lose a semi-final, quarter-final because I know I will forget... But the feeling of losing a final stays here forever. Even if you win two, three, four, five it stays. You know, I’m too scared to lose, so I give everything to win.” - Didier Drogba.
I often meet business founders whose minds are overflowing with brilliant ideas for new products. They seem to develop terrific new concepts every single day of their lives. They are watchful, always inquiring, perceptive and continually seeking (and often finding) the next big thing. Their never-ending challenge is to pick a winner—(only one!)–out of scores of possibilities, and run with it.
Within my circle of friends I see both types of individuals. One is the quintessential entrepreneur who has developed several companies and has recently launched a new firm.
The other struggles to envision the next great product everyone in America would want. From time to time, he asks me if there is a method to generating a great idea.- Read moreAmazon Deals
The following is the fourth in the series "Personal Branding For A Better Life," in which marketing expert Jim Joseph applies big brand marketing lessons to help you build a successful personal brand. That's because marketing requires a decision at every turn -- from pricing to distribution to packaging to product taste tests to social media activity. And the same is true for your personal brand - Read more
Organizational culture is a key factor in sustainable profitably and unmatched long-term performance for nearly all successful companies. It’s a tried and true fact that when an organization has a winning culture, it’s reflected in its people and their performance. Yet, as a leader dedicated to continuous improvement, building such a culture takes a commitment to fine-tuning your soft skills. These are the skills that will allow you to truly connect with the beliefs, hearts and minds of people who ultimately shape an organization’s culture. Read more
Following the expansion of its Moto Maker service and a price drop for the Moto X earlier this week, Motorola today announced the Moto G, a new low-cost entry-level smartphone for global markets. The Moto G doesn't skimp on features, but Motorola is selling it for a rock-bottom price: $179 unlocked and without contract. The company says that its partners plan to offer it for even less. Read more
A letter of introduction takes the place of a cover letter and a resume. Some employers actually prefer this type of application process–it is a great way to assess applicants' written communication skills and determine whose expertise and background is ideally suited for available positions. That being said, give equal attention to demonstrating your writing aptitude, as well as presenting your professional qualifications and skills, in your letter of introduction. Read more
Everyone gets drilled with certain lessons in life. Sometimes it takes repeated demonstrations of a given law of life to really get it into your skull, and other times one powerful experience drives the point home once, forever. Here are 88 things I’ve discovered about life, the world, and its inhabitants by this point in my short time on earth. Read more:
It is essential to know that IQ is not fixed during birth and there are stills things that must be done to develop and improve our IQ. There are various ways on how you will be able to enhance your IQ and you can only achieve it if you are willing to do something and encourage yourself to participate with those techniques.
Study finds that following diet during middle age ups odds of living past 70 by 40 percent. "Women with healthier dietary patterns at midlife were 40 percent more likely to survive to age 70 or over," said lead researcher Cecilia Samieri, a postdoctoral fellow who conducted the study while at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. She is now a researcher at INSERM and Universite de Bordeaux, in France. INSERM is the French equivalent of the U.S. National Institutes of Health. Read more