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Let's Talk About The Difference Between Intensity and Consistency
By Zac Thompson, Outspeak
It’s no secret that we’ve reached the peak of instant gratification in society. The combination of our deeply polarized political
Why Having A Strong 'Why' Statement Is The Key To Staying Motivated And Focused
Nancy A. Ruffin
Mother, Wife, Writer, and Life Strategist
Inspiration is never enough to keep you going when things get hard or when you lose momentum and feel like giving up. You
You Will Regret These Choices In 10 Years
Founder at Alltopstartups.com and Curator at Postanly.com
Life is short. Youth is finite. You have every opportunity to make the most of the life you have right now. Your choices
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Older Generations Should Start Helping Millennials
Outspeak Editor - in partnership with Huff Post
It seems that much of the millennial generation would rather patronize swanky restaurants in gentrified neighbourhoods than
A Reluctant Millennial Tackles the Millennial Problem
Author, The Egotist
Working At Camp Puts Millennials On The Path To Success (Today More Than Ever)
Mitch and Stephanie Reiter
For over 25 years, Owners & Directors of Camp Towanda, the...
Why Simon Sinek's Video on Millennials Was Wrong
Millennial Skills Coach, Trainer, Speaker, Author - Connect wi...
How Penny Oleksiak Shows Us We Are All Champions
Mother-of-three. Freelance writer. Blogger. Believer in dreams...
I had not heard the name Penny Oleksiak before this week. A 16-year-old swimmer from Toronto competing at the Olympics. Her mom said in an earlier interview that Penny always goes for it right until the end of a race. Even when she is behind.
Exercise Your Philanthropic Brain
John E. Kobara
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Ca...
The more we test our biases, certainties and assumptions by directly experiencing our feelings and expressing our compassion, the more we energize our philanthropic brains.
Why the Road to Better Health Has Nothing to Do With Willpower
Wellness Educator, Food Photographer
When it comes to health and wellness, if we shift our focus onto our why, making mindful choices becomes easier because your commitment and motivation comes from a much deeper place.
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6 Ways to Unlock Your Inner Leadership Skills
CEO, GoodBrain Digital Studios
Simon Sinek started out like most entrepreneurs with a dream. He created a business because he thought he had a better mousetrap and watched it grow and prosper with a small staff and an amazing client roster.
The ONE Question Every Entrepreneur NEEDS an Answer To
The Breakdown to Breakthrough Coach. Founder of M2M80, the 8 A...
Who you are is made up of hundreds of tiny little decisions. Your business is made up of hundreds of tiny little decisions. All day long you make small yet important choices. Choices that impact who you are, what you stand for, and how you in turn impact the world around you.
My Conversation With Simon Sinek (VIDEO)
Bestselling Author of "The Road to Social Media Success", Keyn...
By ourselves we can make a ripple in the pond and a difference in the world, but as TEDx legend Simon Sinek noted in his inspiring keynote at #Ulticonnect, "together we are remarkable."
Figuring Out the Why
A driven, authentic, and energetic twenty-something year old w...
4 Steps to Finding Your Purpose
Internationally recognised speaker, Empowerment coach, Busines...
The fundamental problem is that your passion/purpose is not OUT THERE. You aren't going to find it by looking externally, but this is the first thing that everyone does.
The Top 7 Books Every CEO Must Read
CEO, Clarity Group
Narrowing it down to a select few is no easy task. However, regardless of the number, I do have a library of required reading for CEOs. Here are my top seven must read books for CEOs.
Causing Success: What Is Your Why?
Story/career consultant, author and writing instructor for NBC...
While studying the TV pilots for the upcoming Fall season, I noticed that many of them start with a set up of the personal dilemma for the central character. This gives the audience a point of connection in the story. In fiction and in life, there is tremendous value in starting with why.
What Your Fear Can Tell You About Your Art
Photographer, Artist, Advocate
My fear was that in creating truthful work, I would finally be seen and would no longer be able to hide behind a safe facade. Yet when I consulted my desires, that was exactly what I wanted and what had lead me out of that religion in the first place.
Leaders Eat Last and Other Rules for Innovators
Elliot S. Weissbluth
Chief Executive Officer, HighTower
I admire great leaders, those who know their job isn't to bask in the spotlight, but to relentlessly drive growth and move their organizations forward.
Money and Happiness
Founder, Billions Rising Foundation, Show Creator World Change...
We've all heard that money can't buy happiness. It may interest you to know that Michael Norton of the Harvard Business School says, "If you think money can't buy happiness, you're not spending it right." His study found that what generates happiness is spending it on others.
4 Things They Don't Teach You in MBA Programs (Though They Really Should)
Marketing Rockstar | Author | Musician | Entrepreneur | Keynot...
Having spent six years in two different colleges (for both my Bachelor's as well as Master's), I have a clear idea of what business schools aim to do. However, I also found that there are several things that they don't teach even though they really should.
From Start With Why to Leaders Eat Last: An Interview With Simon Sinek
Author of THE MINDFULNESS EDGE and SERVE TO BE GREAT
By simply making the effort to help the people on our team more often, and show them that we truly care about them, we can start the process of creating an entire team or organization of people who trust each other.
Branding Yourself for 2014
Tom J. Hidvegi
Personal branding became such a buzzword that it's rather lame to use it. Regardless of the overused term and its negative connotation, there is no way to avoid it in 2014. Everyone's value is earned rather than built.
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