When it comes to making your way in the world, it is absolutely essential that you know what kind of career you want to pursue and how to go about landing the ideal position for your wants and needs. Nobody wants to end up tied down to a nine to five office job for the rest of their lives. We crave potential for improvement, advancement, higher levels of achievement.
Welcome to Season 1, Episode 4 of the Leadership Execution Podcast. In this episode, I discuss some ideas about what assets you can use today in order to promote your goals in life and business. Please, join the discussion!
The most important question that is asked in today’s world is How to be motivated? So the thought it gives rise to is that “Are people so demotivated!!!!!”
Every company needs an efficient entrepreneur to progress further. A businessperson must have a clear understanding of the current trends in the business.
Have you ever asked yourself if you’re doing great or just fine? Oh yes! There is a lot of difference in these both expressions.
We admire the genius of Steve Jobs, the athleticism of Lebron James, and the business acumen of Jeff Bezos. But do you know the common denominator among the most successful people?
All of them are disciplined.
This is the exact question I make to myself when I finish writing my article on simplicity. I’d like to provide value to my audience, and my article ‘On Simplicity‘ raised a lot of questions. To respond properly I had to research more on the subject!
Formal professional football player Junior Seau said, “Leadership can’t be fabricated. If it is fabricated and rehearsed, you can’t fool the guys in the locker room. So when you talk about leadership, it comes with performance. Leadership comes with consistency.”
A lot of people who use iPhones might think the whole world practically does as well. That’s easy to think when you and your circle of friends mostly use the same products. And perhaps, we also tend to think that most people are ‘like us’ when it comes to our tastes and preferences. However, you just have to look at the raw data to realize that Android users actually make up the majority of mobile phone users.