What kind of entrepreneur are you?

What kind of entrepreneur are you?

A fascinating new book Heart. Smarts. Guts. and Luck. rolls up four types of entrepreneurs to help those who have tried to start businesses or are thinking about it to understand how you approach decisions, business, and life. Think of it as the enneagram for business! Take the online test.

How Do You Want to Be Remembered – In 2 Words

How Do You Want to Be Remembered – In 2 Words

In reading about the sudden passing of Tim Russert, who questioned the powerful and influential as moderator of NBC’s “Meet the Press,” one thing in particular caught my eye. Brian Williams called him “aggressively unfancy.” Why do I love that? It’s like the brand mantra, a company’s guiding statement, which Guy Kawasaki espouses. Only itRead more about How Do You Want to Be Remembered – In 2 Words[…]

Free Online Classes from MIT for Artists, Writers, Teachers Etc

Free Online Classes from MIT for Artists, Writers, Teachers Etc

Did you know that MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) offers classes beyond the rocket scientist-computer-multimedia variety but also for artists, elementary school educators, colorists, aspiring urban planners, wheelchair designers, business people, rock climbers, and even chefs? Better yet, many of these are free to download for your learning pleasure (the perfect thing to do ifRead more about Free Online Classes from MIT for Artists, Writers, Teachers Etc[…]

Innovative Techniques for Planning Your 2008

Innovative Techniques for Planning Your 2008

Innovator’s Digest focuses on innovation within business; but their Technique-of-the-Week tips easily apply to improving your own life. Here are 3 fun and useful exercises that will help you prep for 2008: Predict next year’s headlines—with the headlines being about you! What might happen in 2008? This technique allows you to identify where you trulyRead more about Innovative Techniques for Planning Your 2008[…]

Finding Work That Matters As Your Next Career or After Retirement

Finding Work That Matters As Your Next Career or After Retirement

Someone asked the Wall Street Journal’s CareerJournal the eternal question: How do I find my passion and work that relates to my passion? Their helpful answer also mentions Civic Ventures, an organization offering brilliant resources for people considering career changes, especially later in life: Encore.org helps professionals and executives find “encore” careers that match theirRead more about Finding Work That Matters As Your Next Career or After Retirement[…]



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