Jürgen Schmidhuber thinks he can make computers think, and he deserves more credit. From Bloomberg Businessweek’s Sooner Than You Think issue
A lot of you that consume my content know that I firmly that employees are first in your company, and that you work for them - This mashup includes some tips and viewpoints that'll hopefully help you help your employees to stay motived, happy and hard working ;)
Why do you so often fall short of getting what you want, even when you go out and work hard? How is it possible that men like Nick Saban & Bill Belichick don't just win games & championships, but have established themselves as titans & gods even among the extremely successful? The answer is simple. It all comes down to standards & expectations.
Happy holidays from Gary and Team GV. Let's do what we can to make this the best year ever. No looking back. Move forward, work to match your ambition, and do what makes you happy. You deserve it. Let's go !!
Whitney Johnson, an executive coach, argues that on-the-job learning is the key to keeping people motivated. When managers understand that, and understand where the people they manage are on their individual learning curve — the low end, the sweet spot, or the high end — employees are engaged, productive, and innovative. Johnson is the author of the book “Build an A-Team: Play to Their Strengths and Lead Them Up the Learning Curve.”
Hey Soundcloud users! I realized that a lot of you might not know who I am, so here is a little intro I just recorded to let you know who I am and what I'm all about.
Listen to bonds trader, Mike Agne, share wisdom about relative value strategies, volatility and regime changes, risk parameters, technical analysis, cryptocurrencies, and how to make money in bear markets. Full show notes available here: chatwithtraders.com/161
This compilation really hits home for me - Anxiety, fear of losing and a lack of self awareness are the key things that hold you back in life and in business. Once you double down on what you're good at, choose to think positively and realize that nobody gives a fuck about your losses, you'll start to win.
http://biggerpockets.com/moneyshow20 Jim Collins has literally done it all. From busboy, produce, clerk, and gas station attendant, to ad agency founder, sales trainer, radio co-host, and publisher. He is a prolific world traveler, having visited more than 30 countries on five continents via motorcycle, car, train, plane, boat—and even elephant. Jim has lived a very good life. And along the way, Jim has learned that money is a tool that can offer the freedom to live the life you want to live. He’s also figured out that there is a very simple path to wealth. While you can make money picking individual stocks, the index fund is a very easy way to grow your wealth in the stock market without spending time researching companies. This episode truly is the show for anyone who has money or wants to have more.
Joshua Gans, a professor at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, advises against trying to commercialize a new technology or product before considering all the strategic options. He talks through some questions entrepreneurs should ask themselves — like, collaborate or compete? — and outlines a framework he and his fellow researchers have found to work best for startups. Gans is the coauthor of the article “Do Entrepreneurs Need a Strategy?”
Really enjoyed having this conversation with Big Baby because I think that it gives a lot of you guys extra context on how you need to be authentic on social media in order to become more relatable and interesting to your audience. Telling your audience small things about you like what your favorite candy is will result in you getting a more involved/engaged audience. Also, pay attention to what I said about how to hack attention on Twitch... it's important ;)
How can you be an outlier in a world full of people dedicated to mediocrity? How can you train yourself to be mentally tough, accomplish critical tasks, and set goals and dreams for yourself that stretch you beyond your comfort zone into the highest levels of greatness? In this episode, bestselling author and performance coach Ben Newman rejoins the MFCEO crew and Andy Frisella shares his thoughts on everything from the practice of visualization to his favorite tool: The Power List.
There's no such thing as an overnight success. It takes work. Period.
"Just quit the job you hate & do what you love." We hear that all the time, don't we? But that's terrible advice. Because in order to get the opportunity to do something you love, you're going to have to do something you hate...for a long time. In this episode, I talk about the process that everyone who starts from zero & builds 7,8, & 9-figure enterprise KNOWS you have to go through. And I talk about the motive & mindset that drives the person who, when everyone else has quit, is the last one standing.
What are the markets telling us about expectations for the economy and monetary policy? We sat down with Francesco Garzarelli, co-chief markets economist of the Global Macro Research team, who says recent upticks in volatility reflect a stronger US growth outlook and uncertainty about how the Federal Reserve will respond to it. He discusses why investors should pay attention to the "term premium" reflected in bond prices to assess whether investors are too complacent about inflation, and the implications of divergence in monetary policy between the US, Europe and Japan.
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This week, Eric Sprott discusses the global economy and how recent trends in the supply and demand of physical gold will impact price in the near future.
Det är dags för de lite mindre bolagen att rapportera och Börspodden går såklart igenom de mest intressanta Q1:orna. John har återfunnit optimismen och hittat några spännande bolag och även Johan ser några få intressanta case. Den svenska kronan blir bara svagare och svagare och Börspodden försöker reda ut vad det betyder för aktiemarknaden.
As a lot of you know, I'm extremely passionate about small businesses - from helping grow my dad's wine & liquor store, to launching Vaynermedia as a small business I've lived and breathed this world, which is why I decided to jump in even further to #SmallBusinessWeek and give you some tips to help grow / start / ideate your business regardless of what stage you're in ;)
The airplane project is a series of in-depth thoughts, streaming straight from my brain on a flight from Sweden To New York, encompassing a massively wide range of topics that I feel incredibly strongly about. As you listen to these 11 tracks, I hope you take their true meaning & insight to heart, and use what’s most valuable to you every single day of your life. Sorry about the quality of the audio - there’s a lot that I had to get off my chest, and straight into my iPhone. Hit me up on Twitter, let me know your thoughts <3