Jan 17, 2021
Paul Huber is a computer engineer who spent over twenty years at a leading aerospace and defense company developing safety-critical, embedded computer systems. For him, the challengers have been less technical and more about battling the twin opposing forces of complacency and perfectionism.
In this episode, Paul and...
Jan 14, 2021
In order to be successful, do you need to go after something very complex? Or, do you take something complex and make it simpler?
What do you think?
Simplicity is the key to success. We think and act simple, and just being our natural selves in how we perceive challenges and solve them, ensures success.
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Jan 12, 2021
Information is a weapon in your hands in today's day and
If you have what you need, you can leverage and wield it to your benefit. But, with the floodgates of information thrown open and no quality check in place, you can be inundated by an avalanche of information, most of it what you may not need.
How do you...
Jan 11, 2021
Jeroen Corthout from Belgium is the co-founder and CEO of Salesflare, an intelligent CRM built for SMBs. After dabbling in several different things, Jeroen came upon Salesflare from a need to have an easier way to follow up on leads. It's now the most popular CRM on Product Hunt and top-rated on review platforms like G2...
Jan 7, 2021
It's believed that the ego is a concept of self, identifying you as an individual. Then, are you and your ego the same?
Why is there a negative connotation associated with your ego? Can your ego not be your friend and work with you to help achieve your goals?
Why should it be controlled or let go if it helps identify...