Generally we talk about clawing your way to the top. Seth Godin, one of my favorite marketing thought leaders, illustrates that clawing your way to the bottom can be true as well. “Trading in your standards in order to gain short-term attention
Since you don’t want to miss the boat, do you become drunk with all the possibilities as our economy continues to grow and new opportunities appear on your horizon? Are you facing an ever-increasing list of actions you want to take to move your
Confidence in our economy is growing. Companies are hiring again. And many qualified people are now beginning to search for new opportunities. We are experiencing a situation that we have not seen since 2007 – 2008, a battle over talented people.
Each year, I am fascinated by the eclectic mix of TED presentations made by scientists, philanthropists, billionaires, authors and entrepreneurs who come together to exchange and debate ideas. If you are not familiar with TED (Technology,
Professor Roure is an IESE Faculty, Stanford educated, and Founder of Angel Investor Network in Spain. His research and experience has focused on 7 Key Hurdles that growth companies must overcome to be successful and to grow. You can use this list
“The hard thing is not setting a big hairy audacious goal. The hard thing is laying off people when you miss the big goal. The hard thing is not hiring great people. The hard thing is when those great people develop a sense of entitlement and start