April 22, 2019

The mind is the most powerful tool we have in our arsenal. The brain, of course, is the center of our consciousness in the sense that it directs and controls every thought we have and every action we take. It’s a truly remarkable thing with its ability to imagine and create, but with the power of positivity comes the power of negativity. Anyone can attest to the fact that we are often our own saboteurs, our own worst critics. For whatever reason, it’s easier to fall victim to damaging mindsets than those conducive to growth and expansion. It’s simply a part of human nature.

I have yet to meet an entrepreneur who hasn’t had some tough times. There are roadblocks, detours, negative influences and even failures. But, like the kid who falls off his bike and skins his knee, we must also get back on the entrepreneur seat and keep riding. You may meet people who try to tell you

12 Tips To Get Out Of The Box

The proverbial box… It is that place humans go to that seems safe and in actuality, it is an imprisonment of their minds. “We have always done it this way.” “Why change something that is working?” “I might fail.” Yes, it is the box. The box that states we should work a 9 to 5
As entrepreneurs, we are always looking for ways to improve our business. And while every business is different, there are some common traits we can use to improve or enliven our business systems, revenues and marketing methods. As the founder of various businesses bHip Vionic GNO Gara Group
Everyone wants to be a great boss while still motivating their employees towards their goals and the goals of the business. Your company’s success will rely on the passion and talents of the people around you, especially if you are an entrepreneur.
If you want to be a successful entrepreneur you need to first change your mindset. The way that thought leaders and influencers think is broader than that of a 9-5 mentality. If you can shift your goals and learn these mentalities, entrepreneurship might be the right path for you.
#1: Question, Question Everything! Why? Because they say that the only stupid question is the one that isn’t asked; and this my friend, is 100% true. Asking the right questions will create a huge impact in both the short and long-term by fostering critical thinking skills
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