Brandon Steiner is an incredibly successful entrepreneur who revolutionized the sports memorabilia industry, turning a venture that began in 1987 with “$4,000, a Mac computer and an intern” into Steiner Sports.
With practice, techniques for reframing failures through self-talk are an important part of anyone’s toolkit for approaching life goals.
It is inevitable that you will experience failure in the pursuit of success, but through the lows, you’ll find the highs. You just have to keep trying.
Failure isn’t always about learning to be better, faster or stronger. Sometimes it’s about learning, in hindsight, that the best was yet to come.
In order to evolve and attract good people and opportunities into our life, we have to rise to their level. The more we concentrate our energy in this way, the closer we come to realizing our life’s purpose.
We know the difference between success and failure. Our writer finds that the greatest lessons lie somewhere in the middle.
Mental clarity at home and work are within our reach. With a few modifications, we grow closer to a life that’s not only balanced but also satisfying.
The freedom of freelancing is awesome, but the loneliness can be pervasive. Use these tips and tricks from seasoned pros to fight the work-from-home blues.
Pay attention to your neglected values to reduce the gap between aspiring for fulfillment and actually feeling fulfilled, thus reducing the risk of burnout.
We asked members of the Young Entrepreneur Council for their advice on building work-life integration vs. work-life balance.