1. Articles in category: Self Improvement

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    1. Entrepreneur Journey - Tips for Being Better Without Being Bitter

      Entrepreneur Journey - Tips for Being Better Without Being Bitter

      As a serial entrepreneur, I get the question a lot on how I got through not only one company but multiple. Did I have great mentors? Did I learn from someone? Did I learn in school? I think most entrepreneurs have different journeys of how they got to where they are today and what inspired them. What makes us all unique is we have our own stories, our own journeys, and our own reasons that drive us. What we do all have in common is the determination to succeed.

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    2. Looking Back: 7 Things I Would Tell My Younger Self

      Looking Back: 7 Things I Would Tell My Younger Self

      When I was first starting out in real estate, I had a lot of passion, and I thought I knew what I was doing. But let’s face it, I was bound to make some mistakes along the way. But the great thing about mistakes is that when you learn from them, you gain some measure of wisdom. Now, some 20 years later, I still have that passion and drive, but there’s a thing or two I’d definitely tell my younger self. If only he’d listen.

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    3. Why Problem Solvers, Not Whiners, Always Win in Business

      Why Problem Solvers, Not Whiners, Always Win in Business

      The following excerpt is from Jill Schiefelbein’s book Dynamic Communication. Buy it now from Amazon | Barnes & Noble | iTunes Nobody likes complainers -- the people who always have something negative to say. And in the workplace, constant complaints have negative consequences that reach into multiple areas of productivity, camaraderie, leadership and culture. One bad apple can spoil the whole bunch.

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    4. How to Deliver Criticism in a Positive Way

      How to Deliver Criticism in a Positive Way

      You need to share feedback with someone in a different office, or disagree with a stakeholder, or tell someone they messed up--and setting up a call or in-person meeting would be an overreaction (and risk making the situation an even bigger deal). That said, when the most benign notes can be misinterpreted, the stakes are even higher when you have something critical to say. As someone who works remotely--I'm constantly emailing people with feedback.

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    5. To Build a Successful Sports League, This Executive Had to Trash His Original Plans

      To Build a Successful Sports League, This Executive Had to Trash His Original Plans

      Editor's Note: In the new podcast Masters of Scale, LinkedIn co-founder and Greylock partner Reid Hoffman explores his philosophy on how to scale a business -- and at Entrepreneur .com, entrepreneurs are responding with their own ideas and experiences ...

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    6. How to Deal With Stress and Harness It For a More Productive Life

      How to Deal With Stress and Harness It For a More Productive Life

      Everyone experiences varying degrees of stress throughout their lives, whether it’s from your job, the demands of running and growing a business, or a personal life that sometimes gets the better of you. Unmanaged stress is a problem that tends to create more problems. It can impact your sleep, which hampers your performance, which can stress you out even more if you don't deal with it. But "stress is bad" is a far too common and simplistic way of looking at this problem.

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