The social capital you build from your social connections is often much more valuable than your degrees. It’s worth incorporating some extroverted character traits because improving your social skills and being more outgoing can open many doors and simply make you happier.
Regarded as one of the best written TV series’ of all time by the Writer’s Guild of America, the HBO original series The Sopranos is a veritable cornucopia of leadership lessons you can use without breaking a sweat. Incorporate these lessons into your own leadership style and you can run the show like a Boss; you don’t have to wake up this morning and get yourself a gun.
Although Sophia Amoruso does not want to be idolized, she is a good role model for young girls and women to follow. Sophia Amoruso is a fearless brand — a woman of passion, purpose, and persistence. Here are some business & life lessons learnt from Sophia Amoruso, the GirlBoss.
You may ask: What defines a girl boss in 2021? Well, in my eyes, a girl boss is a woman that’s kind, independent, wise, inspirational, confident, hard-working, and motivated. Basically, she is determined to absolutely smash it in all aspects of life. The point is that there are rules you can’t afford to ignore for becoming a kick ass girl boss!
Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt stands as one of the greatest leaders in American history. Few American presidents have earned a legacy quite as prolific and inspiring as that of Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt. Here are some leadership & life lessons that you can learn from Theodore Roosevelt.
Is your goal to build an empire around your business? That dream, held by many, doesn’t happen overnight. So, what does it take to achieve success? If you are looking to build an empire and not just a part time income, this article should help you. I’m going to share with you 5 precious hacks that will help you build your own empire hands down.
Does it feel like you’re the last person calling the shots? Well now’s the time to seize the initiative, get into gear and take back control of your life (even if you feel wildly out of control). When life gets overwhelming, sometimes a change in perspective is all it takes to feel in control.
Though not all risks are life-threatening, all risks are frightening. As humans, we’re constantly afraid of failure, of doing something wrong and of having to deal with the consequences. Yet, at the same time, there is nothing more rewarding than reaping the benefits of a risk gone right. Good news is that there are practices you can use to fast-track your success by taking risks in your life.
It’s easy to stay motivated when everything is going to plan. It’s much more difficult to be enthusiastic about your goals when things aren’t going so well. But how you choose to deal with disappointment is what sets the truly successful people apart from those who almost made it. Today, I’m going to share with you 5 strategies to jump on the horse and stay motivated even when the odds are against you!
As a leader it is simple to conceptually identify the principles one should embody based on those who were in the role before. But the challenge is avoiding the pitfalls that can sabotage even the best intentions. Here are five pitfalls most leaders fall into — and how you can avoid them too.