Most of us want to be a success– and the very reason you’ve likely clicked on this article is that you want to be, too.
One of the things coronavirus makes painfully clear is that in troubled times you need suitable leaders to find solutions and pave the right path towards the exit of a crisis. The lack of suitable leadership influences negatively today the global economy today and creates a health and economic crisis on a global level.
You may have recently left university or are considering an entirely new career change and have thought about choosing a role in marketing. Marketing is one of the most popular careers for newly qualified graduates because it paves the way for endless opportunities and offers an exciting and stable career path.
Personal/self-development, self-growth, lifelong learning – they all mean the same thing: self-motivated people who initiate their own learning and go get what they want, rather than waiting for it to happen. Learning doesn’t end along with getting a college degree – or at least it shouldn’t.
Sobriety is about more than putting the substances down. It is about getting your life in order – and this includes money. Managing finances is difficult, but it can be especially challenging in early sobriety.
Being successful might be your most important goal in life, but you can’t accomplish it if you’re distracted by depression, anxiety, or other mental health problems.
The entrepreneurial life is filled with both discouraging pitfalls and exciting victories. In the process of navigating the ups and downs inherent in building a new business, it’s easy for emotions to get out of control.