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8 Ways Successful People Master Resilience

Giving up is the most common form of failure

Resilience is an amazing skill that helps us recover quickly from difficulties. If you are resilient, you have an innate ability to keep getting up when life knocks you down. You have learned how to bounce back and keep going.We build our resilience ...

by Deep Patel  | March 19, 2019 05:00:00
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10 Ways Successful People Push Through Adversity

Hard times happen. Getting past them is a mental game you can win

We all face adversity from time to time, but some of us are able to flourish when things get difficult, while others seem to struggle getting out of bed in the morning. Successful people have found a way to jump hurdles and navigate around ...

by Deep Patel  | September 11, 2018 02:00:00
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Want to be More Resilient at Work? Learn to Deal With Change Faster

Habits may be hard to break, but they aren't hard to make

How do you react to change? How do your employees react to change? If you do not learn to manage -- even embrace -- change, you’ll face an uphill climb of constant struggle in your career. Heraclitus, an ancient Greek philosopher, said, ...

by Andrew D. Wittman  | March 29, 2018 02:00:00
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Are You More Resilient than Average? 5 Signs You Are

Resilience can make or break you

Possessing resilience means you have the ability to bounce back from adversity or failure and respond positively. Studies show that having this trait is absolutely crucial when it comes to being able to successfully navigate life, work and relationships.To that end, we’ve been studying the “secret sauce” to ...

by Carolyn Sun  | December 04, 2017 02:00:00
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3 Ways to Build Entrepreneurial Resilience for the Next 'Wave' of Challenges

When the problem is what you didn't do, the solution begins with figuring out what to do next

When I left the Navy and entered entrepreneurship, one of my first clients was a tech company in Silicon Valley undergoing massive market shifts that needed to reexamine how its operations.Just a few years prior, a tsunami had struck their manufacturing plant ...

by Jeff Boss  | October 16, 2017 08:00:00
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6 Steps to Surviving 3 Years

Nine out of 10 businesses fail within three years. Don't be one of them

The odds of your startup being around three years from now are not good.Statistics show that about nine of every 10 new businesses fail that quickly. Often, it isn’t from a lack of hard work or a great idea. The real downfall ...

by Ray Zinn  | August 07, 2017 08:00:00
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The 2 Most Important Qualities You'll Need to Succeed

If you want to build a successful business, you must have guts and resilience

This article was adapted from Scott Petinga's book, No One Ever Drowned in Sweat.There is a long list of admirable people, ranging from corporate gurus to internet startup sensations to sports greats, that have become extremely successful in their career endeavors. Many believe ...

by Scott Petinga  | April 18, 2017 02:00:00
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Stressed Out? Three Tips to Build Resilience

Turn trauma into productivity and disappointment into wisdom

To be successful as an entrepreneur, you have to be resilient. If you can’t take getting rejected, knocked down and discouraged only to get up to try again, you are probably better off working for someone else.I’ve been spending a lot of ...

by Anne Grady  | February 14, 2017 12:00:00
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Here's how you can embody the strength, leadership of Sheryl Sandberg

‘Resilience is learned, not a born trait,’ says the Facebook COO.

 “I’ve never spoken about this publicly before. It’s hard,” Sheryl Sandberg said about her husband’s unexpected death one year and 13 days after the fact to the audience of graduates at this year’s commencement ceremony at University of California, Berkeley.She went on to say, ...

by Carolyn Sun  | June 16, 2016 12:00:00
FirstDibs in Marketing for Entrepreneurs

Getting back to business after being rocked and socked

After a calamity, how can a business move on and get to the path of recovery? Amor Maclang has a few logical and effective tips that entrepreneurs can adopt so they can easily get back on their feet.

Dear Amor, My small enterprise, like many others in my area, bore the brunt of the recent typhoon. It goes without saying, but business took a really big hit. I’m not yet 100% up more than a month later, but I’m well on my ...

by Amor Maclang  | January 29, 2014 07:00:00