How to be a Leader, Not a Boss

By | May 19, 2019

[May 19, 2019] Bosses are rapidly becoming a thing of the past, as more and more people call for leaders to take their place. There’s a subtle difference between the two terms, but it’s an important one. Bosses tell people what to do, while leaders show employees which direction to head in and leave them to it. One… Read More »

How to Become a Leader in Your Life

By | May 18, 2019

[May 18, 2019] What is the main trait an individual must have in order to master organizing, mentoring, and leading others in the workplace? If your first thoughts were assertiveness, charisma, empathy, or competence, you were partially right. These traits are important, but there’s a certain quality that can really make or break a leader: The ability to… Read More »

How to Reduce the Risks as an Entrepreneur

By | May 17, 2019

[May 17, 2019]  Risks are a reality. An entrepreneur must face them. Every business established and grew through various hardships. Hence, every corporate leader tries his best to minimize it. Some risks are predictable and could be controlled while others are not. The problem for an entrepreneur is how to reduce risks. Here are some useful techniques. 1. … Read More »

Terrified to Fail

[May 13, 2019] There’s an old axiom that says that soldiers are terrified of war because they are the ones who experience the brunt of the battle. The idea that soldiers are terrified of war, for this reason, is not true. Soldiers fear war because they are scared of letting their buddies down. They are terrified to fail… Read More »

Lessons Learned: USAF General “Pete” Piotrowski

[May 11, 2019] If there ever was a common link between senior leaders in the U.S. military and those who chose leadership on a different path, we can find it in their lessons learned. U.S. Air Force General “Pete” Piotrowski is the embodiment of many of such lessons; tested, confirmed to work, and written down for us all… Read More »