A lot of you watch me every day and wonder how I get so much done. When faced with so much opportunity, you wonder how I decide. And the truth is simple, I just do.
Most famous for advising his readers to sell stocks before the 1987 Black Monday market crash, Marc is well known for his “contrarian” approach to investment and his reports on unusual investment opportunities are widely followed in his monthly newsletter “The Gloom Boom & Doom” report.
I may be known as Doctor Yes, but I’m also an enormous believer in asking questions, listening and debating before acting. None of us are always right – if you think you are, you are likely to fall flat on your face.
Andrew McAfee studies how IT changes how companies perform, organize themselves, compete at higher levels, and how computerization affects competition, society, economy, & workforce.
One of the most rewarding parts of success is being able to share what you have learned to try to help others. On that note, I’ve pulled together a list of my top 10 tips for entrepreneurs setting off on their own journey into the wonderful world of business. Hope you enjoy them…
So, what’s the difference between success and significance? I’m glad you asked!
Ross Shafer is one of the most sought after keynote speakers and seminar leaders on the subjects of Customer Empathy, Personal Motivation, and Business Relevance. He speaks extensively about transforming leadership, customer experience, and is a leading professional public speaker.
Erik Wahl is an artist. But how does Erik Wahl combine his worlds of graffiti art and business? How does he shift from being an artistic iconoclast to a salient keynote speaker for corporations? How is he in-demand as one of the most requested speakers in the world on the subjects of creativity, change, leadership and the psychology of performance?
Howard Putnam is the former CEO of the highly successful Southwest Airlines whose foundation and culture places people first. Later, when recruited to be the CEO of failing Braniff International, he was the 1st CEO to successfully restructure a major airline into, through, and out of Chapter 11.
After working at almost 20 odd jobs, that included waitressing, she decided to start her own business. So she took a $1000 loan from her wealthy boyfriend at that time and used that to co-create a business in real estate which she called ‘The Corcoran Group’. By mid 1970s Barbara Corcoran started publishing ‘The Corcoran Report’ that featured real estate data developments. Later on her boyfriend ran away with her secretary but left Corcoran with a thriving business and no regrets. Corcoran had laudable entrepreneurial skills as she managed to turn a $1000 into billions. In 2001, the real estate mogul sold her real estate company to NRT LLC for seventy million dollars.
Afterburner are utilized by elite military teams around the world, the Flawless Execution model is a proven success tool for high-stakes missions that allow for zero failure. It integrates sound organizational development and combat-proven methodologies into the processes and actions of all team members. The result is a refined process that produces achievable goals and, ultimately, a successful outcome.
Richard St. John can tell you what leads to everyone’s success. On the prestigious TED.com website, St. John’s talk is consistently in the top 20 “Most Viewed” (out of 1,000 talks) along with Bill Gates, Richard Dawkins, Tony Robbins, Stephen Hawking, and Malcolm Gladwell. His talk has also ranked highest in many TED categories, including “All Time Favorites,” “Most Inspirational,” “Funniest,” “Most Emailed,” and “Most Translated into other Languages.”
Former football player Dan Clark is the primary contributing author to the Chicken Soup for the Soul series and author of twenty of his own books, including the highly acclaimed, Forgotten Fundamentals and the inspirational Puppies for Sale which was made into a film by Paramount Studios starring Jack Lemmon. As a master storyteller, Dan Clark has been published in more than 30 million books in 30 languages worldwide.
Lauren Bush started her work as an Honorary Spokesperson for the World Food Programme (WFP) in 2004, when she helped to launch their Universities Fighting Hunger initiative. Over the past four years Lauren has traveled to many countries with WFP and UNICEF to learn about the realities of poverty and hunger firsthand.
Brian Tracy is one of America’s leading authorities on the development of human potential and personal effectiveness. He is a dynamic and entertaining speaker with a keen ability to inform and inspire audiences toward peak performance and higher levels of achievement.