We live in a world where too many people are focused on making money at any cost. The reason for this attitude and the core of this thinking comes from a place of selfishness. When someone is only concerned about monetary things, he or she is only thinking of themselves. Read More
Leaders of successful companies are often asked what is the secret to their success. These leaders correctly answer that there is no one thing that makes an enterprise thrive. However, without a solid company culture built in from the beginning, no organization will last. Read More
The traditional and typical view of a company’s CEO is that of someone sitting in a large office where only a few people dare to approach him or her.
CEOs are seen as inaccessible and distant. Employees often think of management as aloof and therefore minimize interaction with those in leadership positions. This was the standard definition of a company leader. However, that is finally changing, with an increasing number of CEOs taking a more direct and personal approach. Read More
Being thankful for what you have is such an important part of life and really puts trivial complaints and annoyances into perspective. When we embrace gratitude, life is more fulfilling. But did you know an attitude of gratitude can also give leaders a business edge? Read More
The Chinese concept of Yin and Yang holds that there are two contradictory sides to everything that exists. We often look at things in terms of “black and white” and “right and wrong.” Read More
An individual can rarely accomplish great things by him or herself. It takes teamwork, collaboration and support from others to achieve lofty heights. This becomes clear when working in an organization. Each and every person has something to contribute – whether it be cleaning the floors or making decisions worth millions of dollars. Read More
Society has always admired strength. Those people and institutions that are strong are the ones that survive. Countries who show strength are the most powerful and respected. Weakness is regarded as quite negative, especially in a business environment. Read More