Entrepreneurs are a special breed. They are often the ones that bring innovative solutions to complex problems. While each and every entrepreneur is impressive in and of themselves, what is equally impressive is when they are extremely young. Whoever said that age always needs to accompany wisdom or success?
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We revere companies with great culture, and idolize CEOs like Tony Hsieh who put culture first in a very public way. Young startup founders in particular invest a lot of energy into defining their values, and often put “culture fit” at the top of their hiring must-haves.
But much of what we call “culture” is about the day-to-day interactions between staff and executive team members, or customers and your service or sales departments. And so the actions you do (or Read More
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After three decades of interviewing self-made rich people, Steve Siebold, author of “How Rich People Think,” has come to the conclusion that well-to-do people have views about money that are “polar opposite” to those that middle-class people hold.
“Rich people see money as freedom and opportunity instead of as the root of all evil,” says Siebold….
5 Ways Rich People Think Differently From the Rest of Us originally appeared on DailyFinance.com on 2013-02-23T05:00:00Z.
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This very strong infographic was published last week on Innovation by techdirt blog introducing Startup Act 3, a new effort to push a startup visa for immigrants who want to come to the U.S. to create jobs, not take jobs.
I was talking to my older brother the other day, about startups, siblings, raising children, and he shocked me, right in the middle of an otherwise smooth conversation, with this: Now you’re guilty of one-size-life-thinking. You do that way too much. You want everybody to do things the way you did. That took me aback. […]