Mission planning in the SEAL Teams always took one of two routes: deliberate or hasty. Deliberate planning assumed a longer term approach (greater than 48 hours) whereas hasty planning was for anything within a 24-hour period — with some missions as soon as now. Read More
Monthly Archives: October 2015
Just a few weeks ago here on Inc.com we published advice from psychotherapist Amy Morin laying out bad habits you need to break if you want to achieve incredible mental strength. But what if you read the list and were inspired to give your brain a workout, axing unhelpful thought patterns from your life and boosting your resilience? Certainly, you’d want to be able to gauge how you were doing. Read More
Business is changing at a rapid-fire pace every day. Twenty years ago, the internet was barely alive. Google hadn’t even registered their domain name yet, and MySpace and your top eight friends on MySpace didn’t exist yet. Ten years ago, we found out practically everyone liked sunsets, kitten videos, and long walks on the beach. Read More
If you’re looking for a role model of lifelong success, you can’t do much better than Bill Gates. Microsoft, the company he founded, created a whole industry. At a net worth of nearly $80 billion, he’s the richest man in the world. His philanthropic activities reach far and wide and have actually made the world a better place. Oh, and he also achieved his dream, which was a personal computer on every desk. Read More
What are some things people could immediately integrate into their conversations and behaviors that would make them more charismatic? originally appeared onQuora: The best answer to any question.
Answer by Andy Huang, adventure guide with SF Urban Adventure Club, on Quora: Read More
“The real world is simply waiting for you to get rich,” writes Robert Kiyosaki, author of the personal finance classic “Rich Dad Poor Dad.”
Yet, so many of us fail to accumulate wealth simplybecause of our doubts and fears. Read More
As Airbnb continues to grow, some hotel executives have grown worried about the startup as it disrupts the industry with its unconventional offerings for travelers.
But the CEO of one of the largest chains in the world isn’t sweating it too much. Read More
What’s in a name? A lot, it turns out — particularly when it comes to garnering new business contacts. When you remember somebody’s name — even after meeting them just briefly — it sends the message that the interaction was important to you. Perhaps no other skill can make others feel as valued, or open as many doors to new connections. Read More
We’ve all dealt with bad listeners. You know the signs: They nod their head, but fail to look you in the eye. They talk over you. They ask you the same question twice, or worse, they don’t ask you any questions at all.
If you’ve never had this experience, you might be the bad listener. And that’s bad for business. Read More
The most effective entrepreneurs view themselves as assets. They continually invest in themselves and in their future through continuing education and self-improvement.
If you want to become a better entrepreneur and successfully grow your business, dedicate time and energy to improve your daily habits.
Here are 15 things many business influencers make time for in their busy schedules. Read More