In 2014, I'm giving away every secret I know for getting ahead. Land the job you want, succeed once you're there, rapidly get promoted, and start your own company when you're ready.
I believe the true purpose of a business is to express the values and intent of the owner to the world. It’s an opportunity to practice life. It is a vehicle for freedom, for creativity, for the pursuit of mastery, for artistic expression. It’s a chance to say “this is how I think a company should interact with employees, with customers, with the outside world. This is what matters to me.”
Over the last three years we’ve helped one third of our clients go from zero to funding. Here’s what I’ve learned during that process.
You have something valuable to offer people. Here’s how to do it.
How to leverage the tools of million-dollar consultants to skyrocket your career (with 7 sample frameworks you can use today.)
A dirty secret about getting ahead: half of it is about what you do when you’re not at the office.
Why you don’t want to be the only person in the company who does what you do.
Why small innovations well executed can change your life
The three essential skills you learn from entrepreneurship that you can’t learn from a traditional internship.
A resume should be the least important tool in your career arsenal. Here’s what you need instead.
Why you should show, not tell
Why what you were told about work and life was probably a lie, and what you should do instead.