In business you can't just be like everyone else. You have to have a differentiator. What are you doing to do the set your company apart from the rest of the pack?
Ernie Bray's interview on the Success IQ Podcast. Ernie talks about his move from the cubicle to running a highly successful company that he bootstrapped from the ground up.
Just remember bad things happen to everyone but it's how you handle it that makes the difference. You can choose to drive forward and let nothing hold you back or you can find reasons to remain stuck.
People often think there is a magical formula that can guarantee success. Wrong. It's a combination of so many factors, some that are in your control and others that are not. Your goals is to set your self up for the best possible outcome.
Don't hang around or associate with negativity. It brings you down and holds you back from achieving your goals. Always be looking to put positive influences into your life.
People ask me what gave me my drive. Well, it's something I've always had, whether it was getting top grades in school, trying to be the best I could be in basketball or achieving some tough goals in other areas in life. We all have to find our own [...]
As a lifelong athlete and entrepreneur for the past 14 years, I have a driving competitive mindset that is always striving to win.
It’s a mindset that’s pushing for excellence in everything I do.
Now remember, pushing for excellence [...]
I don’t blame business owners for dreaming of becoming unicorns. Who wouldn’t want to receive a massive cash infusion and become a respected “player” literally overnight? It’s a venerable American dream—the rags-to-riches story.
It should go [...]
You should always be thinking in business and in life what you can do to 10x or 20x your success. What can you do to force multiply in multiple areas. Do more with less and but achieve exponentially higher results.
By Ernie Bray
In the 28 years since Stephen Covey published The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, his advice has helped millions of people improve their professional lives—from presidents and CEOs to the owners of “Mom & Pop” shops. [...]
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