Category Archives: Leadership

6 Things You Should Stop Doing At Work Immediately In Order To Succeed

Complaining doesn't make you a leader

From the department of keeping things simple, here’s a quick post that was inspired by a conversation I had last week with a friend.

It’s common to talk with friends and family and hear them complain about their job; everyone does. Mostly, people complain about their boss, not being appreciated, not getting opportunities, and not getting rewarded for their work.

What Consensus Means For Driving Innovation

Ideas trump hierarchy

Why do organizations fail? There are many reasons, mostly because they become irrelevant by failing to evolve and adapt to a changing world. The reasons this happens are many, but one thing is certain: organizations where everyone agrees with each other, where no friction exists, and where no one challenges the status-quo is certain to miss the future and eventually fail.

3 Conditions Necessary To Trust Your Intuition

When should you trust your intuition?

I’m very instinctive, have avoided many problems when I’ve followed my gut; and gotten into unnecessary ones when I’ve ignored it. Sound familiar? All of us make intuitive-based decisions, and most of the time our intuition is wrong. Why? In short because life is messy, there’s no way around it, and previous success makes us overconfident in our abilities.

Don’t Be That Person That Promises To Open Doors And Doesn’t Follow Through

pay it forward

There are many reasons why entrepreneurial ecosystems like Silicon Valley and others thrive while others don’t. One of those reasons is the act of paying it forward. The health and progress of every entrepreneurial ecosystem in the world lives and dies by the ability of its diverse network of people and groups to share with each other; this includes knowledge and contacts.