Why a Safe Life is a Mediocre Life

Legendary author Steven Pressfield said, “Writing isn’t hard. Sitting down to start is hard.” And so, it is with most other areas of life. That’s precisely why you and I must commit to be a finisher; someone who is dedicated to not settle for 80% but one who closes deals and projects and completes personal […]

Napoleon Hill’s 28 Self-Analysis Questions

Annual self-analysis is an essential in the effective marketing of personal services, as is annual inventory in merchandising. Moreover, the yearly analysis should disclose a decrease in faults, and an increase in virtues. One goes ahead, stands still, or goes backward in life. One’s object should be, of course, to go ahead. Annual self-analysis will […]

Do These Three Things to Be Better at Decision-Making

    Every day, we are faced with life situations that we must confront. They require us to make certain choices, and those choices aren’t always easy. But because all decisions are the foundation for creating a life we love—or hate—it makes sense to try to make good ones. Unfortunately, the strategies for making good […]

3 Reasons Lateral Career Moves Can Be Beneficial To Your Career

The idea of climbing the corporate ladder can be something of a fallacy. It implies first of all that the climb to the top is linear, when in fact it often looks a lot more similar to the hokey-pokey. Secondly, it implies that you reach the top one rung at a time. In truth, your […]