An elevator pitch is designed to get a person who knows nothing about you or your company interested in what you do in a 15-second speech. It got its name from the idea that you need to imagine how ...
“The point of mythology or myth is to point to the horizon and to point back to ourselves: This is who we are; this is where we came from; and this is where we’re going.” – J. Michael Straczynski.
This connection between the Divine and us is probably most prominent in Greek mythology. After all, traditional stories of Greece present some of the most intriguing and relatable symbolism in all of ancient literature. And just like we humans, gods and goddesses of Greek mythology have their fair share of troublemakers among them too.
I’m not here to talk about the personal front as preferences vary from one person to another. In a professional life, however, there are certain rules and laws everyone needs to abide by. And as you need to be at your smartest as well as your productive best, it is better to avoid colleagues that carry the traits of the infamous Greek deities.
“Cartoons are created to amuse kids, and they have nothing useful for grownups” – is something that I get to hear quite often, but that does not stop me from still being in love with them. And I love cartoons not just because of their extremely efficient stress-busting quality. When I look closely and delve deeper beyond the usual plot, I find that every cartoon character has a deeper story to tell and a far-reaching lesson to teach me every time.
Nothing in this world is meaningless, and business lessons can be learnt from the strangest of places. So be prepared to see how some iconic cartoon characters can teach a thing or two about successful entrepreneurship.
Some aspects of organizational culture are visible on the surface, like the tip of an iceberg, while others are implicit and submerged within the organization. Because these ingrained assumptions are tacit and below the surface, they are not easy to see or deal with, although they affect everything the organization does.
When people submit a resume to a potential employer, they usually include a cover letter, which is supposed to be a few paragraphs long and should make the case why one deserves the job. But, really, most cover letters are kind of a waste of time. Th...
U.S. News's job rankings for the best business jobs this year, based on their hiring prospects, unemployment rates, average salaries, and job satisfaction. Jobs include market research analyst, marketing manager, and accountant.
I understand that insurmountable workload often makes it difficult to wake up early and maintain a fixed routine, but an entrepreneur must start his or her day in a way that helps him make the most of the remaining time awake. So exactly what should be the winning, early-morning habits for becoming a successful entrepreneur?
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