Somebody once told me the definition of hell: “On your last day on earth, the person you became will meet the person you could have become.” — Anonymus Sometimes, to become successful, we do not need to add more things, we need to give up on some of them. Even though each one of us has
“If you want 2017 to be an exciting year, design it that way.” advises former Google Career coach and job strategist Jenny Blake, has helped more than 1,000 people with their work lives. This is an article by Marguerite Ward, CNBC Make It. She recommends creating a “mind map,” a visual diagram of your interests
“Are you happy… I mean are you truly happy?” This is a question our guest in today’s Future CEOs episode has been asking for a long time – and this resulted in Tal Ben-Shahar running the largest and most popular course in the prestigious Harvard University’s history. Gareth catches up with him during his visit
“After work is what determines your future! Spend one hour per day doing these 5 things and your life will change forever!” says self-made billionaire and philanthropist, Jack Ma. And with a personal net worth of 23.7 billion USD, perhaps we should be listening: This is an extract from an interview with the business magnate
There’s no shortage of career advice out there for Generation Y. But what wisdom do fellow Millennials have for us? Here are some young entrepreneurs who’ve previously made the Inc.com “30 Under 30” list, offering their best tips about getting into the ring. 1. Debbie Sterling, GoldieBlox “My biggest fear before I started GoldieBlox
Hlubi Mboya and Gareth Armstrong are joined by Nicole Haines-Thorn, co-founder of startup, MommyFit – she shares how her passion has allowed her to absorb some of the frustrations of starting her own business, as well as some of the lessons and insights her journey has taught her.
The best things in life may be free, but that doesn’t mean they won’t take time, sweat, and perseverance to acquire. That’s especially the case when it comes to learning important life skills. In an effort to ascertain which talents are worth the investment, one Quora reader posed the question: What are the hardest and most
Hlubi and Gareth talk to the co-founder of TheWKNDSocial, Vuyiswa (Vie) Mutshekwane, about why she decided to start a business that throws parties and what it takes to be a young, African, woman entrepreneur. Don’t miss this conversation.