Tag Archives: success

The Hidden Secret Of Success | Raúl Cristian Aguirre

I had the pleasure of attending TEDxIESEBarcelona a couple of months ago. My good friend and fellow EO member Raul Aguirre gave a passionate talk on a special secret that has led to his success. The hidden secret that led to Raul’s success This talk reveals new insight about the real reasons of success of […]

The Simplest Definition of Success

I have worried for too much of my life about whether I am a success or not. This video shares the simplest and most empowering definition of success that I have found.  It comes from Pema Chodron.  It is a wonderful reflection for me about how I am living my life. Am I learning to […]

Success is a few good habits repeated every day, failure is…

Jim Rohn had a wonderful saying: “Success is a few good habits repeated every day, Failure is a few bad decisions repeated every day” If you are reading this via email, the video is here Success is a Few Good Habits Repeated Every Day An apple a day keeps the doctor away. This is old […]

The Urgent and The Important

In a 1954 speech to the Second Assembly of the World Council of Churches, former U.S. President Eisenhower said: “I have two kinds of problems: the urgent and the important. The urgent are not important, and the important are never urgent.” Robert Glazer shared this simple but powerful life management tool on his blog today […]

TEDx Talk Summary: Who would you bet on?

3 Ingredients for Success in Life @Saminsights shared a wonderful 1 page graphic summary of my TEDx talk from 2013. Something different today. I was so impressed by this TED talk by Conor Neill, that I had to synthesize it in a drawing. Check out the link in my bio for the video. Also, let […]

Agonizing over Decisions

The human condition: to be aware that we are free to take decisions and that these decisions can turn out to be poor choices. It is normal to suffer and regret decisions. Nobody has an anxiety-free life: not even in the movies, not even in romantic songs.  Alain de Botton shares a wise insight into existential crises […]

I know this guy who was successful (otherwise known as Type I errors)

One anecdote does not make a proof. The danger: humans are more easily persuaded by 1 clear and concrete anecdote than by big data and expert statistical analysis. “My friend’s brother bought a house in downtown Barcelona 2 years ago and is now selling it at twice the price!” This statement has far more impact […]

There are no Answers, Just Stories

On success, there is no one right answer: You cannot learn absolute rules from another person. You cannot take the life recipe of another person. You can learn from their stories, but only you will take what you take from a story. Seek out Stories Tribes, civilisations and families have found that life lessons are […]

Keynote at Mobile World Congress #4YFN 2016 – Entrepreneurial Success

Keynote: The 3 Keys for Entrepreneurial Success When I was 14 years old, my grandfather told me that “Success is earning more than your father.”  This talk shares how my definition of success has changed over the next 3 decades of my life.  My definition today…  listen at the end of the speech. What is […]

The Wrong Thing to Live for

Imagine looking back at the age of 75 and realising that you chose the wrong thing to live for?  Realising that all those years of work and sacrifice were for something that you now do not value? Living to Please Elizabeth Over at the excellent Art of Manliness blog there is a recent post about Walter Raleigh. […]

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