Monday, 28 October 2013
Its either you don't have idea or you choose to be where you are. It is yet a choice. Seek information and take the lead.
Elon Musk and Dharmesh Shah agree
Friday, 25 October 2013
Rise and shine! Morning time just became your new best friend. Love it or hate it, utilizing the morning hours before work may be the key to a successful and healthy lifestyle. That’s right, early rising is a common trait found in many CEOs, government officials, and other influential people. Margaret Thatcher was up every day at 5 a.m.; Frank Lloyd Wright at 4 am and Robert Iger, the CEO of Disney wakes at 4:30am just to name a few. I know what you’re thinking – you do your best work at night. Not so fast. According toInc. Magazine, morning people have been found to be more proactive and more productive. In addition, the health benefits for those with a life before work go on and on. Let’s explore 5 of the things successful people do before 8 am
Wednesday, 23 October 2013
Startups, be they tech, retail, or service, dream of making it big time. Popped collars and fast cars motivate some, while financial independence motivate others, but in order to reach that point, all young brands have some major obstacles to overcome in getting to market, much less becoming a household name.
1. You have to give up complete control
2. Sacrificing your ego, and sometimes, your idea
3. You’ll sacrifice your down time
4. Sacrificing financial security and stability
5. You’ll have to give up full ownership of your dream
Are you ready to sacrifice?
Monday, 21 October 2013
article by TED IWERE. the business dispatch.
- See more at: http://smeonline.biz/five-places-your-great-ideas-are-hiding-and-how-to-set-them-free/#sthash.MLATjPlU.dpuf