Monthly Archives: March 2017

Manager’s Manifesto by Julie Zhuo

A Manager’s Manifesto 10) Always get the full story before making a decision. 9) It’s incredibly easy to ‘flip the switch’ and start writing people off after a few bad experiences. Resist at all costs. You were bumbling once too. You made poor decisions. You learn and grow, and so does everybody else. 8) Sweep […]

Woman is smarter than man?

Sheryl Sandberg is Chief Operating Officer of Facebook. She earns around $26 million a year. One day, she was giving a talk about what women need to do to get to the top of their profession. She said they needed to learn from men. Not that men are smarter, they’re not. That’s the problem. She […]

We definitely need more women leaders

Jack Ma, the founder of Alibaba, calls women the ‘secret sauce’ for the success of his company. He is probably the only business leader to give women such an accolade in the corporate world. Today, the percentage of women in leadership positions is abysmal. Women currently hold just 22 (4.4%) of the CEO positions at […]

Few “don’t” you should consider to improve yourself

In order to stay on top of your game and reach the level of success you want, you need to follow a certain set of self-induced rules. Success is not something that happens by accident; if you want it bad enough, you will get it. Learn the habits that successful people have given up in order […]

7 Things Successful People Do Quietly

The funniest thing is.. most of them do these things below quiet and silent. How about you? We all want to believe we have the potential to be super successful. When it comes down to it, the prime thing that separates successful people from the rest of us are smart decisions. A common pitfall on […]

Rule of 4

There are eight hours in a typical workday. Do not spend more than four of those hours in meetings. Implementing this ‘Rule of 4’ means you will preserve four hours each day for your most important and meaningful work, not to mention actually having the time to take next steps from the meetings that you […]

What a leader is…Start with Why

“Before any person or organization can take the steps necessary to be a leader, we must first agree on a definition of what a leader is. Leadership is not about power or authority. Leadership is decidedly more human. Being a leader requires one thing and one thing only: followers. A follower is someone who volunteers […]

Who’s your competition?

“As with any race, in a short period of time the stronger ones will start to pull ahead and the weaker ones will start to fall behind. But not Ben Comen. Ben was left behind as soon as the starter gun sounded. Ben’s not the fastest runner on the team. In fact, he’s the slowest. […]