Monday, September 23, 2013

The Most Crucial Element of Your Business' Success

The most crucial element of not just your business, but every business' success is passion. You could argue market intelligence or even experience in the market you're entering, but none of this means anything if there's no passion behind it. There's a reason that companies such as Google and Apple were able to enter a crowded market and make a splash. It's because the companies' founders were passionate about what they were doing and guess what, they still are passionate.
If the only reason you're starting or joining a business is for a paycheck then you're shortchanging yourself; seriously. Why? Because people with the most passion make the most money and get far more satisfaction out of what they do.

Monday, December 31, 2012

mindmeister -- A Product Review

I've been exploding with creative ideas latley, but struggling to find the most effective way to oganize my thoughts. In the past I've always used paper to web them out (mind mapping), but I've always found the process and final product to be cumbersome.

Then one day I stumbled upon a suggestion for an app called mindmeister. It blew my mind from the start. It's user friendly enough, and with mindmeister I can start a "map" with no problems. I just jot down my ideas, and mindmeister organizes them seamlessly as I go. It keeps the map clean and offers options for  customizable features along the way.

Monday, April 23, 2012

How to Obtain Financial Security

Obtaining financial success is the universal goal (or at least should be) of virtually every person. Many actively pursue this goal, but most do not know how to obtain it. We wander through life living from paycheck to paycheck. So how do we actually do it? How do we get out of the rat race? The process may be simpler than you think, it's not easy, but it is simple.

After years of studies and personal interviews with millionaires and billionaires I've compiled this comprehensive 8 step process to becoming financially secure. The plan is simple, get out of debt, invest for the future, and attain multiple streams of income. If followed in the exact order listed below, you will achieve financial security. This is not merely an interesting theory of mine, but is a proven plan.

Monday, April 16, 2012

Model After Success

Let me pose a simple a question. Would you ever have your company model a failing business? The obvious answer should be no. So then let me ask another obvious question. Would you ever model your business after a thriving enterprise? Again, the answer should be an obvious yes. Even though the questions I have posed to you are incontestable to everyone, there are still many businesses that fail because one of two poor choices. Either they choose to not model their business after other successful businesses or they choose to take advice from individuals who have never opened a business before or has seen their own businesses go up in flames. If we are to be successful in our entrepreneurial endeavors we need to model after success, not failure.