Marriages are ripped apart by adultery, lies, poor communication, and sometimes, by business. If you're not proactive, building a family business can destroy your marriage.
Lately, I've been hearing this a lot. And it bothers me. And I think we need to talk about it. Because this isn't about someone's opinion about where to go on holiday or whether you should have spaghetti Bolognese or Chicken Kiev for dinner.
We are reaching a whole new level in this human game. How we've understood human development and psychology is changing. Heard of Maslow's hierar...
People who have never worked from home imagine that fun is a given and much more readily accessible than when you are beholden to a corporate power. In one respect - they are right. I really love what I do, so I am always having fun. Like right now. Writing this blog is fun.
You're stressed. I'm stressed. We're all "crazy busy" and to deal with increasing demands we work longer hours; we multitask; we track, measure and optimize. All the while we sacrifice other values, such as sleep and exercise, healthy eating and family time.
Becoming a highly successful person is not a reactive series of events. There is a purposeful strategy. There is a broader vision or a dream that you must be obsessed with and work towards every day.
I stare at a blank screen, my fingers hovering over ASDFJKL;. The cursor taunts me with its consistent blink, blink, blink.
Entrepreneurs should create new, shiny things. The edgier, the better. Sorry--reality disagrees. Valuable work often lies hidden. You have to dig deeper.
We do not get to build many things in our lifetime, so what we do build should be great.
When we look at cities connected to Latin America we usually think of Miami, which many call the regional "capital," or New York, or perhaps the less frequently thought of Houston and Dallas, but Denver usually doesn't come to mind. The Biennial of the Americas is changing that.
I've spent so much of my life worrying about being worthy, thinking that there must be something wrong with me that prevents me from finding the confidence and impact I long to create. And yet, when I create meaningful work, worthiness never enters the equation.
You know manifesting works for other people, but you feel as though you're missing something to make it work for you. The number one reason most pe...
"Hey Troy, I have this sweet idea. Should I create a startup?" I get that question a lot. I usually answer it with something like, "Yes! Absolutely. Creating a startup is one of the most exhilarating experiences you will have in this lifetime. Go and do it now."
Letting go is a difficult skill that requires deep self-awareness, willpower, and repeated practice. The noted French author, François de La Rochefo...
Building a great team is never easy, but these five types of people can help make your startup a breakout success.
You (or your PR person) worked really hard and just landed you an interview with a major media outlet. This may feel like a make or break moment for your company. At a minimum, it is a chance to get some significant exposure. Are you panicking?