If you could do one thing to transform your life, it’s highly recommended it be to find something you’re passionate about, and focus a significant amount of your energy toward the same.
Now, this isn’t as easy as it sounds, but it’s well worth the effort. If you dread going to your job or business, or find yourself constantly lacking motivation, or find what you’re doing dull and repetitive, you need to start looking for a new direction. Staying where you are will not only continue to make you unhappy, but you are not realizing your full potential in life.
If you’re thinking about doing something different in life, think no more and follow Nike’s slogan to, Just do it!
“When you keep hitting walls of resistance in life, the universe is trying to tell you that you are going the wrong way. It’s like driving a bumper car at an amusement park. Each time you slam into another car or the edge of the track, you are forced to change direction.” – Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem
As part of our commitment and dedication to entrepreneurial success at all levels, Acceler8Success Cafe Weekend A/V Edition has been developed to provide current and aspiring entrepreneurs a relaxing way to stay motivated and inspired, while also staying informed. – Paul Segreto, Acceler8Success Founder
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Did I Choose Entrepreneurship, or Did it Choose Me?
Perhaps the buzzword of the internet in the 21st century, Entrepreneur is a term that is thrown around quite loosely nowadays. With the abundance of opportunities to start businesses online with little to no capital, more and more people are choosing the path of creating their own destiny. Much like myself.
When it comes to being an entrepreneur, there are a lot of things that people don’t consider. For one, it requires a lot of self-discipline and accountability – which not many people have. Fortunately for me, I developed a lot of the characteristics and habits of a high-performing entrepreneur through playing golf at an elite level.
Should restaurants and other businesses look to fill open positions with early retirees and senior citizens?
After all, this age demographic is typically very dependable and responsible. They may not be able to fill all positions or work 40-hour weeks but many believe they could help to address the labor challenges many business owners are facing today. It may even prove effective long-term.
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10 Reasons To Hire and Retain Workers 50+
It’s time for a cultural wake-up call. Here’s the business case for hiring and retaining workers 50+. The beauty of it is that everyone wins from companies to workers, and, you bet, the economy.
When it comes to hiring, smart employers know that it’s not about age. Really. An innovative company wants talented people, period. And in a tight labor market, now more than ever, employers need to open their eyes to the possibilities of wooing those with decades of hard-wired knowledge.