Things Harvard Doesn’t Teach You! Calculating Time

Chapter 6. Calculating Time Life has no limitations, except the ones you make. You don’t have to be great to get started, but you have to get started to be great. ― Les Brown Many ideas fail not because they are bad in themselves or because they are not executed well, but because the time […]

Things Harvard Doesn’t Teach You! Advancement

Chapter 5. Advancement Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant. ― Robert Louis Stevenson The Broadway stage once performed the musical comedy “How to run a successful business without effort”. The main character is a young employee who always wants to impress the boss. In one […]

Things Harvard Doesn’t Teach You! Find out opportunity around you

Chapter 4. Find out opportunity around you Opportunities don’t float like clouds in the sky. They’re attached to people. If you’re looking for and opportunity, you’re really looking for a person. ― Sandeep Maheshwari Seizing the opportunity is a business bravery. It means taking everything you know about others as you let others know about […]

Things Harvard Doesn’t Teach You! Make others know you

Chapter 3. Make others know you A thousand words will not leave so deep an impression as one deed. — Henrik Ibsen In 1964, I was walking the streets of Seattle with comedian Bob Hope when a woman approached Hope and said, “Do you remember me? We met in Cincinnati two years ago.” Hope was […]

Things Harvard Doesn’t Teach You! Guessing People

Chapter 2. Guessing People The man who does more than he is paid for will soon be paid for more than he does. ― Napoleon Hill I will tell you two stories about a future president and a wealthy professional golfer. Although these two events happened nearly a decade apart, they are closely related to […]

Things Harvard Doesn’t Teach You! Sell yourself best

Chapter 1: Hello readers! Have you ever wondered why others are so successful and if you can be as successful as them? Do you want to know how many ways of behaving in a given situation, and is there a mindset that makes acting in those situations more likely to be successful? Many of us […]

Dare to Think Big! Set Goals To Move You Forward

Every human step forward, big and small inventions, medical discoveries, technical achievements, business successes were all envisioned long before they became reality. Satellites orbiting the earth are not due to accidental discoveries of man, but because science has set the goal of “conquering space”. The goal is not simply having a dream, but a dream […]

Dare to Think Big! Turn defeat into win

Social workers and slum researchers have found that the poor often fall into the bottom classes of American society of different ages, different religions, educational background, different backgrounds, there are even people who are very young. Scattered in the bottom of the commune there are people who have graduated from university, most of the rest […]

Dare to Think Big! Habits of Action

There is one thing that leaders in all fields acknowledge: there is always a shortage of talented, professionally qualified people for key positions. Indeed, many of the top positions are still open. As explained by one director, there are many people who are close to meeting the standard, but they always lack an element to […]

Dare to Think Big! Thinking Right About Others

Here is a basic rule for achieving success. Engrave in your mind that your success depends on the support and help of those around you. Consider the following example: a manager needs employees to carry out his orders. If the job doesn’t run, the chairman of the board fires the director, not his employees. A […]