You can be a talented introvert or a talented extrovert. Your natural talent needs not be profitable, useful, or conventional, but they will always be your own, a part of what makes you into you. Learning to look for your talents in the right places and building those talents into skills and abilities might take some work, but going about it creatively will let you explore your natural abilities and find your innate talents. So what can you do to maximize your natural talent? Click here. Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Fifty Sixth Edition
You can control your attitude. Therefore you do have control over your journey to success. People who feel that the world is working against them to make their lives difficult, often have a problem with their attitude. Your attitude shows in just about everything you do—the way you carry yourself, the way you talk, the people you associate with, the decisions you make. Click here to learn more about attitude, its importance and how to develop it. Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Fifty Fifth Edition
Believing that you are entitled to success is not wrong if you keep working hard to achieve success. In order to use your subconscious mind and to make the most of its incredible power, you must know how to train your subconscious mind. All you need to do now is to establish a working relationship with your subconscious mind. Here's how. Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Fifty Fourth Edition
Entrepreneurial challenges are ever increasing. Opportunities for entrepreneurs to start and grow businesses are the highest it has ever been in the history of mankind. The failing rate of new entrepreneurial business continues to climb. So why is there such a high failing rate when opportunities are abundant? Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Fifty Third Edition
The failing rate of new entrepreneurial business continues to climb. So why is there such a high failing rate when opportunities are abundant? Entrepreneurs must surely be aware of this contradiction, yet this does not prevent them from pursuing entrepreneurial activities. Is this contradiction real? If yes, can this riddle be solved?
Knowing yourself within a personal- and business environment is something that will be highly beneficial for your business. Why? When you know yourself, you know your strengths, weaknesses, shortcomings, your goals and ideals for the business. By being aware of the above aspects of yourself, you can plan accordingly to ensure that you can build on the areas you are good at, and hire staff (or make use of an advisor) to bring in expertise on the areas where you are not the expert at. Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Fifty Second Edition
It has been proven by various university studies that employees stay, or leave, due to their direct management. For your small business, being self-employed, this basically means your own happiness and effectiveness at work will determine the loyalty and attitude of your employees. Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Fifty First Edition
Dr Lai’s groundbreaking EmoWave technology uses the harmonic frequencies of your voice to reveal your core emotions, personality, communication style and emotional intelligence. A report is generated based on data collected from your voice input after speaking into a microphone for up to five minutes. No lengthy questionnaires are required.
Why does true happiness evade so many people? The answer is because happiness is a choice – our own choice, and few people realise this. This vital element of happiness is often misunderstood – that we must actively choose happiness. Because happiness is a journey that we travel every day of our lives, we must ensure that we are on track daily in order to reach our destination. Learn here how. Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Fiftieth Edition
It seems unnecessary to ask people if they want to be happy, the answer seems so obvious that nobody seems to ask this question. Of course, the response would be a resounding “Yes!” So why does true happiness evade so many people? The answer is because happiness is a choice – our own choice, and few people realise this. This vital element of happiness is often misunderstood – that we must actively choose happiness. Does this mean that most people don’t choose happiness? Or is there some other reason why happiness continues to evade them?