America has been plagued by financial myths since the Great Depression. With the current recession, perhaps the threat of even another depression, it’s time to expose these financial myths. Anyone who can see and apply the truth beyond the myths will prosper, even under adverse economic factors.
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Have you ever heard the saying, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know?”
Networking is ultra important in todays business world. In order to succeed you must rely on others. The right people can always help you. Follow this ultimate guide to networking in all parts of your career life. … Read more
Author: Garrett Gunderson
Hard economic times provide excellent strategic opportunities for entrepreneurs who are willing to buck conventional wisdom.
Hundreds of successful entrepreneurs currently rely on Garrett B. Gunderson to help guide them on unconventional paths to business and personal success…. Read more
In his book Frames of Mind, Dr. Howard Gardner made the revolutionary statement that individuals possess several forms of intelligence. He concluded that we are all intelligent in a variety of different ways, and even if we didn’t receive great grades in school, we can still be extremely intelligent in other areas. Two of these areas are intra-personal intelligence and inter-personal intelligence…. Read more
Learn the special strategy that leaders use to become exceptional, plus the three key areas where you show your character to others
Leaders are made, not born. They create and develop themselves by becoming men and women of fine character and integrity…. Read more
The Only True Test of Any Theory
In business and in the free market, the only test for the validity of an idea or course of action is, “Does it work?” The only way that you can tell whether or not a theory or principle is true is by testing it in the real world. Does it work? Does it bring about positive results? Does it bring about better results than another other system or theory?… Read more
Theory X versus Theory Y
In the 1960’s, Harvard Psychologist Alex Mackenzie suggested two visions of people in the workplace, each leading to different forms of motivation in organizations. McGregor called these two views of mankind, “Theory X” and “Theory Y…. Read more
Human beings, by nature, are lazy, greedy, ambitious, selfish, impatient, vain, and ignorant. These traits are neither good nor bad by themselves; it is only the way in which we manifest these natural traits that make them positive or negative. These natural traits are the fundamental reasons for why people do what they do…. Read more