There’s truth and there’s advice. One of the most valuable skills you can learn as an entrepreneur is to differentiate between the two.
Many leaders put more energy into telling and convincing when they should be listening and learning.
Leadership in the coming years will not be about sweating the small stuff. It will be about handling the crises, disruptive factors, or tipping points that will define your legacy.
There are two types of CEOs: heroes and guides. So which is better? The short answer is: it depends.
Resumes can never replace self-knowledge and the ability to communicate one’s strengths and weaknesses.
A common theme for those that succeed in the business world is approaching life with a sense of vitality and urgency.
Research suggests you are four times more likely to accomplish your goal when accompanied by a public declaration.
In the area of mindset management, nothing rivals the lessons from Zen philosophy, or from Navy SEAL training.
Even in retirement, CEOs that turn to angel investment to support start-ups can be instrumental in providing more jobs, wealth for economies and social justice.
In the face of adversarial activist campaigns, boards and management must work together to get their message out—instead of folding like lawn furniture.