We could go on forever over things we should stop doing, however some things are worse than others and getting rid of them will make for a great step ahead in your life, health and productivity.
Everybody and their dog seems to want to build a startup, but guess how many of those actually get to delivering a finished product and turning a profit? Not many!
The problem is the way most approach entrepreneurship is flawed from the beginning. They try to be disruptors, build the new put-successful-company-name-here and end up with a unicorn. Unfortunately, though, not many of those actually have the chutzpah and genius needed to do that.
Ever wondered why we always hear about the Jobses, Zuckerbergs, Kalanicks and Cheskys, and only about them? That’s because there are not many people who can actually build something so successful and disruptive.
In this day and age, we’re all a bit numbed by ever-present news, social media, tapping incessantly on our phones and so on. So it comes with no surprise that we need to find a way to protect ourselves and get our brains to tick as they should.
Below is a list of 10 things I have incorporated in my daily routine to make sure my brain is always working to its max.
During the past 12 years, I spent a lot of time freelancing, doing web development work for all kinds of clients, big and small. And while doing so, I developed a distaste for it.
Nobody likes to deal with a problematic client and here I show you why and how to avoid them.
A very dear friend of mine, who has been much like a mentor to me, always used to tell me that partnerships are sinking ships. And after a few partnerships gone bad, I start to get his point.
That might be a bold assumption, but I have to say that even though history is full of successful partnerships, it’s not that easy to make one work, especially when friends and family are involved.