What should come first: money or mindset. There is a right answer, and in this article I dive into why YOU building a success mindset should come before …
This article shows you how to manage time so you can earn more by working less. Yep… you read it right: earn more. work less. escape the hustle 😉
2018 came. 2018 has now gone. Joined past tense like all those other years before it. It's been a strange year. An amazing, memorable one. Tough. At times, to the brink tough. But glorious, too. Here are a few things I've achieved, gone through, endured and laughed...
We are a strange species, us humans... We are, for the most part, intelligent. Unlike most (if not, all) other species on this planet, we are smart enough to question our existence. We ponder and wander, and explore. We think about the future, and where...
Richard Branson wakes up at 5am each morning, but instead of getting straight to work, he exercises, spends time with his family, and gets himself in the right frame of mind.
“My mother instilled in me that failure was not something to be afraid of, that it was not the opposite of success. It was a steppingstone to success. So I had no fear of failure. Perseverance is everything. I don’t give up. Everybody has failures, but successful people keep on going … She was my life mentor.” This is what Arianna Huffington said during an interview for Success Magazine.
Have you ever wondered how the likes of Elon Musk achieve so much, while still having the time to enjoy a personal life and travel the globe? Money helps, of course, but this isn’t how successful people achieve what they do.
In 2007, Arianna Huffington was at home on the phone when all of a sudden, she collapsed. When she woke up, she lay in a pool of her own blood and had what she would later discover was a broken cheekbone.
I’d like you to close your eyes for a second and picture the most inspirational leader you can think of? Whether they are a renowned business owner, executive, politician, or someone who has personally mentored you, I assure you they have made plenty of mistakes; and they have failed countless times before.
If you’re anything like me, I imagine you would like more: Freedom, Money, and Growth … and you would like to have less: Stress, Pain, and Responsibility.
Former presidential speechwriter, James C. Humes once said, “the art of communication is the language of leadership.”
When Rameet Chawla told me a story about how he once pursued a new employees for over a year, wining-and-dining them in a bid to tempt them away from their current job, and into Fueled’s ever-growing offices, he stopped me in my tracks.
Would you consider selling 500+ million books a success? Of course you would, and it takes a rather creative and smart individual to achieve it. JK Rowling is one of the most successful and celebrated authors of all time, but before her Harry Potter series grew into a global phenomenon, 12 publishers rejected her. Even the world’s most successful people fail. They make mistakes and suffer setbacks.
The rules have changed. You don’t need an office. You don’t need investors. You DO NOT need permission! Today, anyone with a good idea (and an addiction for success) can start their own business. Within a matter of months you can build a six-figure business. It takes dedication and commitment, as you already know, but another vital ingredient many forget about in the beginning (I know I did) is to involve others.
During the summer of 2010, I accidentally left my bag behind a friend’s car. We hopped in, she put it into gear, reversed, and then she said, “that’s weird, it feels like something is under the wheel.” Time froze. My draw dropped.