If trust could be ranked on an index from 1-10, where would you be? Would you be above 5? Especially as it relates to the people around you, those that you interact with every day—your family, friends, and co-workers, what is your trust quotient? Trust is the lubricant that lets you get things done. Without
I wanted to take a moment today to give a shout-out to my friend, Adam Lashinsky, an author and Doer who has written a very relevant and compelling article on the epic struggle between Alibaba and Tencent. His article goes in-depth about the clash of these two internet titans, whose market capitalizations may top nearly
While I was in DC recently, I learned a valuable lesson: Doers realize that being open-minded helps them set big, audacious goals––and figure out how to accomplish them. This trip was a reminder that it is an incredible world we live in, and that there are amazing people and meaningful accomplishments going on all around
In every venture I have every been involved in, there has always been a Weldo. Weldo is someone who always has your back and quietly fills in for your shortfalls. He (or she) is an incredible and extraordinary Doer who might seem to emerge at a very unlikely time––that quirky individual that might not fit
I was fortunate enough to meet Chef Fabio Watanabe on a recent trip to Rio De Janeiro. He graduated from the prestigious Culinary Arts Academy of Switzerland in 2010 and owns Caqui Bistro, as well as a wine bar and a food market along with other concerns just outside of San Paulo in Mogi das Cruzes,
“Doers” need to recognize the power of the ensemble. Kind of goes back to the fact that everyone is incredible and extraordinary in their own right, and the idea that you need to have a team that works well together. But also an ensemble where there is a diversity of talents, abilities, strategies, and tactics.