givers

[VIDEO] Get the most out of the givers in your workplace

In this world there are two types of individuals: givers and takers. As the names suggest, givers give freely of themselves and their time, willing to help whoever needs it. Takers, as the name equally suggest, are in it for themselves. They first figure out their piece of the pie, and worry about others only after, if ever.

disrupt

[VIDEO] How to disrupt your competition without disrupting yourself

Kaihan Krippendorff has been at the forefront of business innovation and developing business models that can keep up with the rapidly-changing business world. His newest model is the 8P Business Model Design Framework. It blends together traditional aspects, such as price, product, promotion and place, then adds new components to make it viable.

sweat equity

Sweat equity – The most important kind of equity

"Businesses don't fail because of lack of capital. They fail because of brains and effort," Cuban confides in his interview. He goes on to say, "The one thing in life that you can control is your effort...If you're willing to deal with the challenges... via your effort and using your brainpower, anything is possible, and there's no reason it can't be you."

great ideas

[VIDEO] How to pick GREAT ideas, not good ones

This overflowing of ideas often turns into a deluge, making it impossible to follow through on anything! Enter Vishen Lakhiani, CEO of Mindvalley, as well as an entrepreneur, speaker, investor and philanthropist. As an entrepreneur of a successful company himself, Vishen shares his insights on how to pick GREAT ideas, not good ones. It boils down to three key steps: