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.
We all know that being able to put some money into an investment of some kind or another is a wonderful thing. But it can often be hard to know how to begin doing that, and if you are struggling with this at the moment, it’s important to know that you are not alone.
Life is hectic for startup founders and entrepreneurs, and there’s no denying that. If you’re an entrepreneur, it can get quite challenging for you to maintain a healthy lifestyle. But what if I told you that a healthy lifestyle can, in fact, improve your performance as an entrepreneur?
Is there any way to improve your self-confidence? Every person can benefit from knowing how to build self-confidence. Think about how easy it would be to harness your natural potential when you have unshakable self-confidence. Having this self-confidence would make your life easier, whether it’s in your career, the achievement of personal goals, dating life, or in taking care of your body.
I’ve been visiting a small coffee shop in my town the other day to grab a small cup of coffee for the rest of my (working) day. It is a small coffee shop I like a lot for many reasons: excellent coffee, quality services, attention to individuals’ needs and continuing personal interest and connection.
Entrepreneurship is a complex concept with very simple (and humble) origin. It is basically the process of developing a business, company, startup, organization or venture aiming at bringing something new (and needed) resource in the world! This is what I was thinking when I had finished the university and I still believe today. It is not about money. Or at least is not JUST for the money. Entrepreneurship, for me, is a disruptive process, aiming at fill in existing requirements (needs if you like) and manifest a new thing (item, commodity, resource, asset, etc) in the world.