Once again, I need to get caught up on sharing several good links. These are posts that I found interesting and I think you will too!
Gapingvoid challenge us to assess our competition differently and to ensure we look forward and to the future in his post called, Windows 2000. How we define the competition is critical and, if done wrong, can have us chasing down a rabbit hole that’s filled with dynamite. This is important for companies, large and small, and solopreneurs, like myself. More so for solopreneurs, because how we grow our business will determine if we get to vacation abroad or buy cases of mac n’ cheese from Costco.
Business Pundit offers this post called, Overcommitted? Why the brain Misestimates Available Time. This is so true for me!
Occupational Adventure has a great post called, Harness the Energy of Fear. I tell ya, as being someone who gave up a stable and successful corporate gig to take my work to the edge – I can relate. This is the idea that helps me most:
“Do what it takes. Every successful entrepreneur I have interviewed has said virtually the same thing: The true key to overcoming the fears you may have is to execute your idea continually.”
This post from Troy Worman called, 180 trillion Leisure Hours Lost to Work will make you think twice about staying late at work and might inspire you to take a mid-day long lunch. We don’t want to become lazy, but life’s too short to work it away.
For those of you in the job market, you might find this Seattle PI article interesting. It’s called, After your get that coveted interview, follow these 5 tips.
Small Business CEO offers this post called, Leadership: Corporate Passion Play.