The Business Lesson I Learned Fighting (And Beating) A MiG-29

By Edward Rush

The Business Lesson I Learned Fighting (And Beating) A MiG-29“Remember, people will judge you by your actions, not your intentions. You may have a heart of gold — but so does a hard-boiled egg.” – AnonymousThe hands-down, number one dream of a lifetime for any F-18 fighter pilot is to fight against Russian-made MiG aircraft. And the only thing better than fighting

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16 Rules To Change The World

By Edward Rush

16 Rules To Change The WorldHere is something I wrote as a set of rules for myself. I thought it might be useful, if for nothing else, just to show you a new way of thinking. My recommendation is to print out a copy and post it somewhere prominent. You can find a PDF version on my website at www.EdRush.com/Bonus.Most people aren’t keen on rules. That’s because most rules t

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The Sprint And Rest Secret To Getting Anything (Everything) Done

By Edward Rush

The “Sprint And Rest” Secret To Getting Anything (Everything) DoneLet’s get right to the point.You have access to the most powerful book on the Planet. (I am biased but it doesn’t mean I’m not right :0 ). So if you have the 21 Day Miracle book (and you should) then by now, you should have launched your own 21 Day Miracle, changed yourself

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Into The Darkness And Back Again: The Business Lessons I Learned From Landing On An Aircraft Carrier At Night

By Edward Rush

Into The Darkness And Back Again: The Business Lessons I Learned From Landing On An Aircraft Carrier At NightThe whole world steps aside for the man who knows where he is going.” – AnonymousThey call it “comfort time.” I am not sure who came up with that definition, but in my humble opinion, it was anything but comfortable.You see, there is a time in every

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Egg Salad Sandwich

By Greg Pattison

How trying an Egg Salad Sandwich led me to Empower People to DO|LEARN|BECOME MORE. By Greg Pattison I am in the break area of a silicon-valley based tech company analyzing some quick lunch options in the cooler. Asian Sesame Ginger Wrap, Open-Faced Prosciutto Parma Sandwich, Seared Spicy Tuna Roll, and an Egg Salad Sandwich. This is not your typical offering to say the least. This

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Ten Fears Keeping You From Achieving The Career Of Your Dreams

By Caroline Ceniza-Levine

Several years ago, I worked with a very talented media professional who wanted a career change. But she had a senior role and bristled at starting over again. She was the breadwinner for her household and worried about imposing on her family. She was already overworked at her job and couldn’t fathom the additional work required to bring about significant change. Frankly, she worried that the

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6 Steps to Hiring the Best Employees

By Rich Allen

Hiring the best employees is important to any business, but for small business owners it may be even more critical.  In a small business, each employee tends to play a larger role and is vital to helping the business grow.  But hiring can be a cumbersome and unpredictable process, with no guarantees of success.Studies that measure the cost of making a bad hiring decision put the cost

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5 Critical Roles Business Owners Should Never Delegate

By Rich Allen

Business Owners have a tendency to involved themselves in too many of the day-to-day details of their business.  It is important for them to hire talented people and then delegate to them the majority of the tasks that are required for the business to function.But there are some tasks they should NEVER delegate.  Here are my top 5:1 – Setting the Vision for the Future.T

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3 Tips for Being Effective While Working Remotely

By Rich Allen

More and more businesses are allowing and encouraging their team members to work remotely.  With the ever-increasing costs of office space and brick and mortar facilities and the explosion of new technologies to keep teams connected, it is often an advantage to work from home rather than commute to the office.But that doesn’t mean that there has been a relaxation in the expectations

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Thinking About Graduate School To Advance Your Career? 10 Questions To Consider

By Caroline Ceniza-Levine

To go to graduate school or not: that is a question you may face after several years on the workforce and looking for a boost in your career; or after several decades of work and looking for a major change. Given the time and expense of a graduate school education, it makes sense to weigh the decision carefully. Here are 10 questions to consider before deciding on graduate school as the next step

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