In 2016ish, I switched to a ketogenic diet with intermittent fasting at the suggestion of a few friends. Everybody does this differently, but for me specifically, this means I eat all my meals between 1 pm and 8 pm, focusing on eating plenty of healthy fats and very few carbs and sugars.Read More
My leadership style has always been more big-sister than tyrant, which has helped me build powerful, long-standing relationships with both direct reports and clients. It’s also enabled me to build multiple high-performance millennial teams optimized for revenue, long-term efficiency, and agility.Read More
As the founder of the Virgin Group, Richard Branson is one of the most successful people in the world -- he knows a thing or two about how to be productive. Luckily for us, he often shares his insights on simple yet effective tips on running a successful empire.
Madalyn Parker, a developer at Olark, recently sent an email to the company stating that she would be taking a couple of her sick days to focus on her mental health. CEO Ben Congleton had the perfect response to the email, stating that he supports her use of sick days and that her email reminded him of the importance of mental health.Read More
In order for a company to be profitable and competitive, it's crucial for its workers to be engaged. Engaged employees take an interest in their work, care about their career and want to see their projects succeed, all of which leads to the success of a company as a whole.Read More
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How does your leadership inspire others to lead?
So often, I work with entrepreneurs or managers who see their direct reports as minions to do their bidding.
The relationship is completely transactional: the entrepreneur pays an employee to do a specific set of tasks.