If you are interested in not just financial security but financial independence where you don’t have to worry about making money anymore, than you need to focus on getting out there and not worry about saving money. Watch the video above to find out how you can’t become wealthy by saving, instead you need to make money to match your dreams.
Very successful people are not interested in whether the other party in a negotiation either wins or loses, their eye is always on the prize. In the video above, I discuss with Russell Sarder how successful individuals have learned to negotiate properly and will walk away from a deal or negotiation if the money is not there. If you want financial success, follow the win win or I walk” behavior.
Discover the secret to building an effective network that positions you to be business brilliant.
Steve Jobs is a business brilliant entrepreneur because of his failures and his ability to persevere through adversity. In the video above, I sit with Russell Sarder to discuss how business failure is something you have to go through, a learning process, to achieve ultimate business success rather than an act of shame. Like going to the dentist, having a failure is something you don’t look forward to but something you have to survive.
I have been an entrepreneur since high school and along the way, I have had so many failures along the way, including a missed opportunity to grow a business between two companies where I mishandled the whole process. Watch the video above to find out how I was able to take this failure, and you can too, to turn it into being business brilliant.
Try this Business Brilliant exercise: spend 10 minutes to write down what you are exceptionally good at. Watch the video above what happened what happened when I did this exercise. Share what you are exceptionally good at in the comments below.
You will always raise your game to the people around you. In the video above, I discuss with Russell Sarder the whole process of being mentored encapsulates the best of successful networking. Finding people who are better than you at what you are trying to achieve will always improve your knowledge and skill level. Who is your mentor?
I recently met with Russel Sarder to discuss his book, Learning. In the short video above, I talk about how one can learn a lot from notable and famous people and what they say and think in terms of philosophy and how they approached learning. According to Schiff we have a lot to learn from these folks and the book offers an opportunity to read these great teachings.
Watch the interview above as I talk about being a life-long learner why it is important.
Some of the most successful entrepreneurs begin their ventures with challenges that would stop most others. How do they do it? By building teams whose strengths compensate for those weaknesses.
Richard Branson is one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the world. But many people don’t know that Branson suffers from Dyslexia and has claimed that he can barely read a financial spreadsheet. How does someone build a vast global empire with such obstacles in his path? Could his weaknesses actually lead to success?
Branson is like several other well-known and lesser known entrepreneurs who were forced to rely on their teams because of challenges like Dyslexia. Time and time again, it becomes clear that focusing on personal strengths–and seeking out others whose strengths compensate for their weaknesses—is a formula for success.
In this video, we learn the importance of successful delegation.
This video was shot at Maison 140 in Beverly Hills.