These women exhibit no fear to get where they want, they are strong willed, ambitious and disciplined. This video fails to disappoint on how to find your… Read more “How do powerful women hack failure?”
After reading An Open Letter To CEO Jeff Weiner Re: The Arrogance Of LinkedIn by James Bliwas, I thought this experience offers something we can all can learn… Read more “Can LinkedIn Hack Failure”
“Part of being a winner is knowing when enough is enough. Sometimes you have to give up the fight and walk away, and move on to something… Read more “How do successful people know when to give up and move on”
Harland Sanders described himself in his 1974 autobiography in these terms, “a sixth-grade dropout, a farmhand, an army mule-tender, a locomotive fireman, a railroad worker, an aspiring… Read more “How the Colonel Hacked Failure”
Your corporation probably has big ideas, big plans and big goals for 2017. My advice, seek failure, fail fast and learn from it. The more projects or… Read more “Fail Fast In Q1”
Henry Ford actually failed several times: He burned through all the money from his first group of investors without producing a car He eventually produced a car… Read more “How did Henry Ford Hack Failure?”
How can you avoid the frequent failure in setting and achieving goals? My advice, stop setting goals! After all why start something you can’t finish? A recent… Read more “Goals: Bah Humbug!”
Abraham Lincoln had numerous failures in his career.
By embracing the reality of failure, before we set goals as an organization, I predict that strategists could make plans and create winning objectives to better support those next year goals.
This particular question is in essence a Behavioral Interview Question. Hiring managers and recruiters usually ask this question to find out about past job performance and in my opinion, this is a very good way to predict future job performance and helps the selection of the best candidate