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Morally Bound

The question faced by providers continually is the obligation to their customers, versus the obligation to shareholders. Torn between profits and the ability to provide quality products. Customers expect the truth from their providers in terms of service, quality, and performance. Each large corporation faces the so-called principal-agent problem of incentives; the beauty is that [...]

Speak Your Mind! It Saves Time

Honesty… Use your words, the most basic and obvious form of communication. Don’t be subtle with hints, don’t talk behind peoples back, get right to the point and solve your problems. An honest explanation and heartfelt confrontation is much better than a drawn out miserable excuse for a relationship. This applies to any correspondence you [...]

Building Your Inner Circle

Everyone breathes networking! Although it is one of most crucial pieces to any profitable venture or business career, there is a base group of people who are available 24 hours a day who support, motivate, and entertain you. This could be your mentors, friends, business partners, parents, and siblings. Mentors Although your mentor chose to [...]

Network, Build, Grow, Under30CEO

This is one damn passionate entrepreneur network, read my favorite blog post for an exceptionally motivating discussion about our Gen-Y “predicament.” The leaders of this community of brand builders beg “gen-y” to “stop doing sh*t you hate,” and I can sympathize with their story. Currently as a college senior I am facing the same binding [...]

The Nature of Ambition

Don’t forget the ones you love, the people who support you are the key to your success. They create your most powerful network. When you forget about them or lose focus, don’t be surprised to find yourself alone in a world that is sometimes unwelcoming. In one of my most ambitious moments I found that [...]

Share the Wealth

Kiva – Loans that Change Lives, my personal experience with “micro” lending.