So you think you’re an entrepreneur? I say you might be an entrepreneur if…
Just saw a link to a page of CEO bloggers on Paul Allen’s blog.
I just received an email newsletter from the Rollins Center for eBusiness at BYU containing this article – http://ebusiness.byu.edu/newsletter/news.cfm?newsletterid=59&id=186. Out of all the professors I had at BYU I don’t believe I had more one on one talks with any of them more than with Owen. The last time I talked with Owen was a
I don’t feel like I’m boasting when I say that I am a master networker. At least I was. I have spent countless hours over the past six years networking around Utah. I’ve joined every networking group I could find. I’ve donated my time and have been in the leadership of some of them. Out
Do you know what it means to be competent? It means you can get things done. That’s all. Do you know someone who gets things done? I’ll bet you know fewer people who get things done than you think you do.
Do nice guys finish last in business? What does it mean to be “nice”? When you’re running a business is it better to be a mean guy or a nice guy? Does being the nice guy sometimes mean you’re the mean guy in the end and vice versa? I’m fairly convinced that being a nice
This is from a letter I wrote to the faculty of the Visual Arts Department at Brigham Young University. ___________________________ Hello BYU faculty, I’m the owner of a firm in Draper that provides graphic and web design services. I get a lot of resumes, emails, and phone calls from recent BYU graduates and students of
By no means is this list inclusive, but if you don’t want to read 100 things I’ve learned then we better stop at 10. 1. Personality-wise, there are givers and there are takers. Know the difference, be a giver, and work with givers.
I’m currently writing a recommendation letter for a former employee who is applying to the Wharton MBA program at the University of Pennsylvania. One of the questions they ask is “How would you describe the applicant’s sense of humor (seriously)?” Yes, that is the question they ask–verbatim.
I have to admit that although I don’t watch much TV, and while I certainly don’t consider The Apprentice reality TV, I do find it mildly entertaining if I’m forced to watch it. What I have a hard time believing is that out of a million applicants these are the best people they could find.