How difficult experiences can prepare you for the difficult world of business.
Placing your need and wants first, going after seemingly impossible goals and celebrating the achievements of others are just a few ways to feel great every day.
People who tell you why an idea won’t work seldom help you figure out how to make it work.
The three-step process to adopting an immigrant mindset.
Don’t let the fear stop you from becoming phenomenal in your life and business.
Focusing on and preparing for unlikely catastrophes just distracts you from the difficult-but-possible goals you’ve set for yourself.
To get through the day we assume we know what will happen next. To get through life, we must learn to deal with the fact that we don’t.
To avoid failure, acknowledge and compensate for your weaknesses. To achieve great success, discover and build on your strengths.
Jumping out of an airplane only seems less risky than starting a business.
Success is almost certain to make somebody else envious, so take their hate as a sign you’re doing something right.
The less you complain about what you can’t change, the more focus you have for what you can do something about.
Are you a naturally born entrepreneur who has yet to start a business?
Entrepreneurs should use a critical eye and build off the best practices of Olympics organizers to enhance their business.
I try to make it no longer ‘if’ we will do something, but ‘when’ and ‘how.’
The day-to-day grind can get overwhelming, but if you keep your eye on the prize — you’ll probably get it.
Even celebrities you can’t stand are doing something right that could help you in your business.
Jordan Zimmerman tells his story of humble beginnings in New Jersey to big business success in part one of this town hall meeting.
Solo entrepreneurs often find themselves facing mental as much as business challenges. Here are ways to take care of yourself during the journey.
Creating a mindset shift that prioritizes a sense of urgency in your life can be a game changer for you — just as it has been for me.