Tag Archives: Entrepreneurship

Verne Harnish’s 5 Habits of The Leaders that will Succeed over this Coming Decade

This video is about Verne Harnish’s 5 habits of the Leaders that will succeed in the next decade. The 5 habits are: Ratio of “No” to “Yes” Meals with Influencers Calender hours on Gold Chip actions Total brains involved in your decisions Regular Reading and Thinking Time Verne C. Harnish founded Entrepreneurs’ Organization, and the Association […]

Our Path to Growth is Always Through Difficulty

This is a guest post from April Abboud. April Abboud is a successful American entrepreneur who has moved to the Middle East.  She gave up the business she grew, the culture she knew and having family close by to start a family in a land thousands of miles away.  She has chosen to challenge herself […]

How to Improve your Sales Process (4 Personal Habits to Develop)

I’m committed to sharing 1 new youtube video each week for the whole of 2017.  This is week 4 and my video today is “How to Improve your Sales Process (4 Personal Habits to Develop)” PS As of last night…  I’ve updated my channel graphical look.  I’d welcome your thoughts on the new look Rhetorical […]

Leadership: First, Control your Time

Yesterday I shared an interview with Christoph Magnussen reviewing lessons from #EOLA16. Here’s another smidgin of wisdom from Entrepreneurs’ Organisation Leadership Academy 2016.  In this video, Rich Mulholland, an entrepreneur from South Africa shares his reflections on two key moments during the leadership academy:  A re-enactment of the Martin Luther King “I Have a Dream” speech, […]

Are Business and Society always in Conflict?

Communities are Conservative, Business is Progressive There is an inherent conflict between communities and companies.  Communities (family, neighbourhood, tradition) try to maintain stability.  Companies are driven by the nature of the capitalism market system to innovate and change. (See Schumpeter’s “creative destruction” on wikipedia) . Stability vs Destruction Companies close their factories and replace deeply experienced craft […]

6 Key Characteristics of “A” Players

Everyone wants to be Bruce Lee, but few want to put in the 10,000 (or more) hours of practice and preparation.  It is only when the bar is held high that we can consistently put in the practice and push our skills to the highest levels. What makes for an ‘A’ Player? The simplest possible […]

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