The Dilbert Attention Challenge

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On Scott Adam’s Dilbert Blog, Scott issued a challenge to write a piece of <500 words in his comment section, with the goal of creating a piece worthy of publication and the attention and adulation of the Dilbert Community. This challenge stemmed from his post the day before, where he asked his readers if they […]

Weekly Column: Your Second Habit

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“Nothing will work unless you do.” Maya Angelou (1928 – ) US author & poet The fact is this: there are no shortcuts to success. No matter how you define success, whether it’s all about the money, happiness, position, or even health. You can’t get anywhere worthwhile in life unless you do the work. What […]

Weekly Column: First Habit of Success

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“In the Land of the blind, the one-eyed man is King.” Desiderius Erasmus, Adagia (III, IV, 96). Dutch author, philosopher, & scholar (1466 – 1536). This week, let’s discuss what is arguably the first habit of successful entrepreneurs:¬†¬†Understanding what your customers want, and how to provide that to them. The reason this is such an […]