The dream is to change a car every couple of years and experience something new. Men love the ability to swap a rust bucket for a make and model which turns heads.
It’s never been more possible to conquer the globe – career-wise, at least – as it is today. As more companies make the leap from national to international, you will find headquarters springing up everywhere in the world, and that gives you a wonderful opportunity to stake your claim as an international business person par excellence.
Running a business is one of the most satisfying and fulfilling things that you can choose to do with your career. Of course, on top of all of the positive things about it is the fact that it’s also one of the most difficult things that you could possibly do.
When you travel as much as I do maintaining a healthy immune system is a must. And trust me, I’m one of those anal people who are constantly washing my hands and using hand sanitizer.
When you’re a business owner, you may think that you’re doing everything that you can to make sure that your business succeeds. However, there may be some hints and tricks that you’re missing out on, which could make your business soar above your competitors.
Freedom means different things to different people, yet as with anything in life there are always fundamental principles and core ingredients. In the sense of freedom, the core ingredients seem to be both having the time and money to enjoy life on your own terms.
You’d like to hope that your business will be one neverending success story, and that you’ll forever be on an upward trajectory. Alas, this is far from guaranteed. Because your company will be influenced by so many external factors, and because you’re not perfect and will make mistakes, there’ll be times where you take a step backward.
Ah, the internet. It gives us so much, asks so little in return, and yet…who can deny that it does get a little boring from time to time? Sometimes it feels like we’re just hitting up the same sites over and over again, waiting for them to deliver a dopamine hit which, when it arrives, never truly satisfies.