Those who hope to achieve the highest heights in the 21st Century economy need to take care of something as simple as personal health. Making a commitment to healthy living is a prerequisite for success. But it’s not only physical health that matters.
There’s really no single winning formula that can guarantee the success of your business. You just need to find the right business idea, and execute your strategies flawlessly. Of course, that’s easier said than done.
From Dr. Randal Pinkett, the first and only African American to win NBC network’s hit reality TV show The Apprentice, here’s an inspiring article that provides a strategic roadmap to help African Americans succeed. It presents a trailblazing path for leveraging ethnic and cultural assets to not only win the game of success in any arena, but to reshape America and leave a powerful legacy.
What inspires successful entrepreneurs? What words of wisdom guide their actions and thinking? Paul Thornton in his new book “Leadership – Off the Wall” looks at the quotes leaders and successful women entrepreneurs post on their office walls and keep on their desks.
Habits and attitudes can make you or break you. Many a hapless business has been broken by the habits and attitudes of its owners. As you think about starting your own business, avoid the mistake of adopting the following attitudes that are sure to drive customers away and hamper the growth of your business.
Are you going to achieve your most important targets for the coming year? Your answer to that question can reveal a lot about where you are on what I call “the Ladder of Commitment “, and is generally highly predictive of how far you’ll go in your pursuit of success. Here’s a quick look at that ladder from the bottom up, along with what may be a surprising conclusion about what it really takes to reach your targets, in business and in life …