Guest Post – The First Job of 12 Iconic Leaders

Guest Post – The First Job of 12 Iconic Leaders

Thanks to NeoMam Studios for recommending this guest post from Make It Cheaper Blog. 

You may not realize it, but your first job is important. Not only can a part-time job help you save towards your dreams, but it can also teach you valuable lessons about the […]

By |August 30th, 2016|Guest, Leadership Mantra, View All|0 Comments

Guest Post – Why Workforce Diversity Matters to Your Business

Most businesspersons think of workforce diversity as an initiative for huge corporations. Nevertheless, this is not always the case as even small businesses have much to gain from diversifying their workforce. Latest studies indicate that small businesses are incorporating ethnically diverse entry-level workers. More and more companies are increasingly integrating workforce diversity programs into their […]

By |August 29th, 2016|View All|0 Comments

Leaders Have The Power To Help Their Teams Live Happier Lives!

I wanted to share this video because I thought it had a great message, whilst we’re dying to live do we actually forget to live.

This is a great message for individuals, we should look to do things we love, and make the best of life, try and live a little bit each day.

But I also […]

By |August 20th, 2016|Leadership Mantra, View All|0 Comments

Whats The Connection Between Leadership And Service?

A great friend of mine sent me this quote, and I think it’s a very simple reminder of what leadership is all about, and what you need to do to become a better leader.

It’s amazing how many people don’t see it this way; they see leadership as them being served by others, which totally misses […]

By |August 14th, 2016|Leadership Mantra, View All|1 Comment

Don’t Give In To That Negative Self Talk!

Being an Entrepreneur isn’t easy, and to be successful we need to have strong mindset.

We need to able able to stop the negative talk that we that can derail our dreams.

Here’s a great video that demonstrates the power of negative talk.

Keep the faith, keep positive and keep positive.

To check out the Start Up Entrepreneur YouTube […]

By |August 12th, 2016|Leadership Mantra, View All|1 Comment

Setting Yourself Up For Success Through Student Leadership Roles

Guest Post by Rachael Everly
College students have the unprecedented opportunity to struggle and bring out the best in them during their college year. They are constantly motivated to adopt leadership roles and gain first-hand experience which cannot be acquired from any other forum and are an essential ingredient in corporate success. Being active on campus will […]

By |August 9th, 2016|Guest, View All|0 Comments

10 Tips to Help Prevent the Risk of Identity Theft

Identity theft affects many millions of Americans on a daily basis. If you aren’t one of the more than 13 million victims from 2015, maybe you’re one of the over 12 million victims from the year prior. Even if not, there’s a very good chance you’ll get targeted even in just the next 5 to […]

By |August 5th, 2016|Entertainment, View All|0 Comments

3 Ways To Improve You Empathy

Empathy is, for me, the toughest part of Emotional Intelligence to try and improve.
Why do I find empathy so hard? Well as much as I want to put myself in the shoes of the other person, it is in fact very difficult to truly appreciate, for me a white man, what it is really like […]

By |August 2nd, 2016|Leadership Mantra, View All|6 Comments

Empathy Isn’t About How You Would React In Their Position

When we talk about empathy, we talk about being able to put ourselves in the shoes of the other person. That means being able to see things from their perspective, through their eyes.
But too often when we do that, what we actually do is ask ourselves what would I do in their position, which is […]

By |August 1st, 2016|Leadership Mantra, View All|1 Comment

24 Easy To Follow Ways To Empower Your Teams

Empowered teams achieve amazing results, and our goal should be to empower our teams as much as possible.
Empowered teams not only achieve more but they need less management, which reduces stress, and leaves us free to lead, coach and mentor more.


By |July 31st, 2016|View All|1 Comment