Retreating can be seen as a sign of weakness, but some of the greatest leaders in history have used it to great advantage.
On the battlefield, it can save hundreds of lives that will live to fight another day. In your own personal life, it can help you gather your thoughts and take a much-needed breath of fresh air. Continue reading A Hasty Retreat
A balance of work and relaxation is important, but giving out attention to whichever one we are currently doing is even more so. In the months following my college graduation, I began to notice a difference between actively and passively working and relaxing. I then realized that the best way to do both is to follow the example of the Roosevelts (Teddy and FDR) and the hobbits. Continue reading Work Like a Roosevelt; Relax Like a Hobbit
One of the most sought after traits in CEOs is creativity. This is because it’s so rare to find someone who is not only truly creative, but who has the confidence to share it.
Think of your favorite celebrity CEOs: Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, Richard Branson. These executives aren’t just businesses geniuses, they’re prime examples of how powerful confidence is.
In order to develop creativity, confidence has to also be built up. Continue reading Developing Your Creative Confidence