Have you ever failed at something so miserably that the thought of attempting to do it again was the last thing you wanted to do?
My toddler son does not enjoy wearing gloves. Ever. In fact, he would rather scream and cry in the cold bitter wind than wear the gloves I put on his hands for the fourth time. He makes quite the point to pull off those gloves with vengeance each time we put them on.
American business is fast paced, entrepreneurial and built on rugged individualism. While many nations have business cultures that run away from risk and avoid 'breaking new ground' at all costs, US business seeks them out almost like a moth is drawn to light.
What you waiting for? Procrastination is just a moment of time so seize the day and make it count.
You may be wondering, just how exactly was Kerri Strug able to push through excruciating pain and the pressure of a nation on her shoulders during the most important performance of her life? The answer is actually quite simple... mental training.
To build the company, I was able to attract high-quality executives. Our major customers were big telecom names like WorldCom
These outward displays of strength and grit are aptly called "ninjuries," and are worn as a badge of honor!
Thomas (above, with a young visitor to her studio) first started selling her paintings when she was 12. They were bought
Learning to balance work, school, and personal commitments is often difficult for first-generation students, and Amelia feels that the lessons she has learned in this area have been some of the most important.