Organizations and hiring managers are always on the lookout for people who ask smart questions, explore new ideas and solutions, and are eager to grow. Much of that mindset comes down to one vital quality: curiosity.
Here’s the ultimate Navy SEAL guide to exceptional success and achievement–combining the key advice from some of the most storied and prolific members of this elite force. Learn their lessons, follow their lead–and you’ll find you’re more likely to succeed.
There is a fundamental tension between productivity and creativity, and managers won’t get more of the latter until they recognize it. Productive people move through the tasks they have to accomplish in a systematic way. They make steady and measurable progress toward their goals. They make effective and efficient use of their time.
New managers light up when they finally grasp this principle – that the daily work isn’t an impediment to doing what good leaders do.
Shorten the hours you clock each week by channeling your energy where it matters most. Here are some tactics which will make workweek more productive.
What if what you know didn’t matter anymore? What if knowledge became a commodity? What if everyone could be an expert?
By seeking, sensing, and sharing, everyone in an organization can become part of a learning organism.
Most of us are guilty of needlessly complicating business with complex spreadsheets, fancy jargon or far-sighted business plans. Here are six examples showing why Ockham’s Razor can work for you.
The way that you as an entrepreneur or business leader train your mind will make all the difference in your future. You will succeed or fail based on the critical mental shifts that you make. So, take note of one mental shift that’s particularly important for producing success: “Don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good.”
As I came to realize that presentations would be a permanent facet of my career, I began accumulating tactics to increase my pleasure while reducing the pain.