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Resources for CEOs
Jul 1, 2020
Overcome Your Fear of Making Mistakes
The Covid-19 crisis and its fallout — including recession, layoffs, and uneven economic pain — as well as recent protests over police brutality and demands for racial justice have presented many of us with challenges that …
Harvard Business Review
9 Ways to Lead Your Team Into an Unknowable Future
The workplace is changed. As parts of the world begin to loosen coronavirus-related restrictions, organizations are emerging …
Coronavirus impact: How various industries are responding?
According to the United Nations labour body ILO, a total of 195 million jobs are threatened by COVID-19. This also means a large income …
People Matters
What is Resources for CEOs?
Too many business owners are unsatisfied...not enough freedom, income or control from the business. I help them get more from the business by implementing an Organization Operating System.
Are you getting what you want from your business?
We sometimes lose sight of what we really want. Going through a structured process of thinking and planning will help you define what you want from your business; More Growth, Profits, Time Freedom and Impact in the World.
Why now is the perfect time for a corporate book club
When countries began shutting down in response to the growing pandemic this spring, many employees found themselves working from …
Strategy + Business
Five Keys to Kickstarting Your Full Entrepreneur Potential
As a mentor to aspiring entrepreneurs, I'm always surprised by the fact that some never seem to be able to that first startup going …
Let Yourself Be Unproductive. At Least for a Little While.
Recently, my father died of lymphoma he could no longer fight. "There are few people in this world who leave an indelible mark," a friend …
Harvard Business Review
How to make over your résumé for an unplanned career change
The coronavirus pandemic has caused an unprecedented upheaval to the economy and job market, leaving many of us facing uncertain futures …
Fast Company
4 Things Experienced Entrepreneurs Get Right That First-Timers Don’t
Right now, any entrepreneur that's thinking about starting a new business faces quite an uphill climb. That's because today's economic …
The Startup Magazine
Are You Keeping Your Employees Safe? These Workplace Policies Can Help
Whether you have returned to your office or other physical location, permanently transformed to a virtual business, or created some …
All Business
1 Personal Rule of Success That Warren Buffett Swears By
Warren Buffett's simple wisdom isn't exactly earth-shattering, but it's still brilliant. Soon to be 90 years young, the Berkshire Hathaway …
How To Achieve Work Life Balance As You Get Back To The Office
Stay-at-home orders are lifting globally, and people are starting to get back to their workplaces. After working from home exclusively …
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The most widely accepted explanation for the origin of which symbol is that it is the result of the evolution of the Spanish and Mexican scribal abbreviation for pesos?
See the answer below.
How to Launch a Business from Scratch
Turning a vague idea for a profitable business into a reality requires skill, dedication, intelligence – and a certain …
The Startup Magazine
What Year Was It?
Amelia Earhart disappears
What Year
The Lockheed aircraft carrying American aviator Amelia Earhart and navigator Frederick Noonan is reported missing near Howland Island in the Pacific.
The day was Jul 2. What year was it?
Quote of the Week
"I want to put a ding in the universe."
Steve Jobs
Trivia Answer
The most widely accepted explanation for the origin of which symbol is that it is the result of the evolution of the Spanish and Mexican scribal abbreviation for pesos?
Answer: $ symbol
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