4 Dead Simple Steps to Raise Capital for Your Small Business Ventures

There once was a 28-year-old man in a difficult financial predicament. He had an idea for a business ... but he had no money in the bank, no job, and a general track record of failure. He was an investor's worst nightmare and the odds of him securing the tens of...

The 4 Universal Laws of Wealth Creation (Follow These or Stay Broke)

Like most pragmatic entrepreneurs, I have a “bone to pick” with the movie, The Secret. It’s all very hokie, over simplistic and missing a major component required to get you to the next level of financial freedom (I'll tell you what it is in just a minute). However,...

The 5 Key Steps to Starting a 6-Figure Coaching Business in 2018

The coaching industry has been growing at a double-digit rate for almost a decade... In fact, it's growing so quickly, that last year, even Harvard decided to jump on the bandwagon and launch a new Business & Leadership Coaching program! And it's not hard to see...

The Tactical Time Management Blueprint that Will Save You 12.5+ Hours Each Week

The world record for cup stacking is 4.813 seconds. The fastest mile run on spring loaded stilts is 7 minutes and 38 seconds. The fastest 100 meter dash is Usain Bolt’s is an incredible 9.58 seconds. The most wooden toilet seats broken with the head in a minute is...
Always Leave the Office on Time

Always Leave the Office on Time

I recently shared an image and comment on why I genuinely believe that we all need to practice the art of leaving the office on time. Admittedly I did not expect the nearly 250k’s worth of likes and 1,000’s of comments however I wanted to share why I genuinely believe that to achieve the high’s of both professional and personal life you absolutely need to pay attention and ‘leave the office on time’.

An Introvert’s 9 Secrets to Leadership

An Introvert’s 9 Secrets to Leadership

A leader’s strength comes from creativity and ideas; not from social skills. But when you’re afraid to come out of your protective shell, you’re missing out on an opportunity. Introverts can be great leaders if they leverage their strengths, and cultivate some of their flaws.

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