When it comes to success, what is more important logic or passion? Mel Robbins is a CNN commentator, television host, life coach, author, motivational speaker. She… Read more “The Logic of Success”
Hacking Failure in 5 Seconds
Learning from failure is a reflective and metacognitive process. However, you can get stuck in that process and never truly act and learn; or learn to act. This is where the 5 second rule can help you.
How do women hack failure in the corporate world?
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg looks at why a smaller percentage of women than men reach the top of their professions — and offers 3 powerful pieces… Read more “How do women hack failure in the corporate world?”
How Walt Disney Hacked Failure
From Hollywood stories: You are a struggling entrepreneur and sometimes it feels like you are pushing a 3 ton boulder up a steep hill. Costs keep mounting… Read more “How Walt Disney Hacked Failure”
What is your Learning Strategy for Success?
A learning Strategy is your plan to obtain, reframe and consume information to aid you in supporting your system for achieving or overall aim. #hackingfailure
How writing a book about Bigfoot changed my career path
The main lesson here is that hunting Bigfoot may be work in futility, but if that is what you enjoy, then the journey and how you have defined success, is what makes the effort sustainable.
How do powerful women hack failure?
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?”
Can LinkedIn 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”
How do successful people know when to give up and move on
“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”
How the Colonel Hacked Failure
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”