Monthly Archives: March 2014

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The History of Opportunity

The Hystory of Opportunity

The History of Creating Value – How Humans Made Money In Different Eras.

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CLIMBING TO YOUR GOAL

CLIMBING TO YOUR GOAL

BY fundersandfounders.com

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Lo esencial para emprender es el espíritu de lucha. Ser un luchador. F. Trias de Bes.

Lo esencial para emprender es el espíritu de lucha. Ser un luchador. F. Trias de Bes.

Lo esencial para emprender es el espíritu de lucha. Ser un luchador. F. Trias de Bes.

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STEVE BLANK

STEVE BLANK

La cultura del emprendimiento es todo lo contrario a un programa del Gobierno para crear empleo. STEVE BLANK

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El fracaso es sinónimo de experiencia. STEVE BLANK

 

steve blankEl emprendedor español es igual de listo e inteligente que en otros sitios, pero en Silicon Valley el ecosistema es único. Es fácil crear una empresa, el papeleo es muchísimo menor. La cultura de arriesgar forma parte de nuestro ADN y el fracaso es sinónimo de una palabra especial para nosotros, que no es otra que experiencia. La experiencia no es una vergüenza. Las personas que asumen riesgos se consideran héroes, y lo mismo para quienes financian esos proyectos. Steve Blank

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“La autocomplacencia es lo peor si quieres conseguir hacer algo importante”

Leadership Credibility in 5 Easy Ways

The Armchair HR Manager - Advice from an "HR Fan"

Being a successful leader requires someone to possess and balance a whole plethora of traits and characteristics. I have blogged many times about leadership and how to be successful, as have many other people who are way smarter and more qualified to do so than me! However, in reflecting on my experience as a leader, as well as thinking about leaders I have worked with and for, there is one very important characteristic that I feel all leaders need to possess in order to be successful, and that is credibility.

Successful leaders are almost always seen as having a high degree of credibility by their employees. For purposes of this article, I am not thinking of, or referring to, the credibility that is gained from technical or functional knowledge – i.e. being a subject matter expert. I am referring to the soft skill credibility successful leaders possess based on the

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