In John David Mann's and my book, The Go-Giver, Law #5 is "The Law of Receptivity." Both of us are continually told by others that, while applying this law often created breakthroughs, it was also the most difficult Law to grasp.
Do you need to have skill and talent to pull off a business? Absolutely. Do you have to be the best person in the room to pull off a business? Absolutely not.
A generation after many prominent feminists encouraged women to "have it all," we continue to decry the absence of women in politics, business and other positions of power. At the same time, even though there is more opportunity for women now than ever before in history, some professional women argue that we can't or shouldn't want to have it all.
My great friend, author and Certified Go-Giver Speaker, Corey Jahnke (whom I call the "Zen Pharmacist") often writes about an affliction he calls "ANTS."
What makes a CEO? From educational backgrounds, to work experience, and personality traits, this infographic looks at the magic formula that makes a successful CEO, whether you run a small business or a large corporation.
Think about it. To be completely unstoppable. And, no, it’s not impossible. Even with the fact that entrepreneurs face several challenges, becoming unstoppable could...
When you hear the word "entrepreneur," what immediately comes to mind? If you're like most people, you're probably picturing a recent college graduate who's a bit disheveled, brilliant, and obsessed with earning a six-figure income by age thirty.
Does business education stifle innovation and creativity? You probably already know Sir Ken Robinson’s TED talk, from 2006, Do Schools Kill Creativity? It’s one of the...
Veterans Day is one of the most important days of the year. It's a day when we as a nation get to celebrate all that is our military. Not only do I support our veterans, I also help them discover their dreams/goals and watch them come to fruition as they start or expand their business.
For many people, the New Year's resolutions you were so set on January 1st are beginning to fade. If you are a small business owner, here are three essential New Year's resolutions you shouldn't give up on.