10 Tips on How to Be a Confident Business Leader

Image by: qiye By Dexter Lunde Being a confident business leader is the mark of a truly successful businessman. Even if you aren’t the CEO of the company that you work for, confidence instills (in others) that you know what you are doing and that will lead to more opportunities and even promotions. [wp_ad_camp_4] #1)…

5 Kinds Of Bosses You Never Want To Be

Image by: David Levitz By Michael Sterling It’s a known fact that bosses come in all sorts of colors. Sometimes what you think might be motivational and productive ends up being the worst thing you can do for the office morale. In fact, according to studies, the majority of employees quit their job because of…

5 Legendary Life Events of Nelson Mandela That’ll Make You a Better Businessman

Image by: Ted Eytan By Don Williams When you think of great men, you think of men with exceptional qualities. These qualities make great businessmen as well as statesmen. The most important qualities, among others, are intelligence, persistence, patience, charisma, audacity, integrity and leadership. If you learn about the way Mandela lived his life and…

How Yoga Can Make You A Better Leader

Image by: Taro Taylor By Jake Bradshaw Yoga is not for housewives anymore. Men are taking over yoga sessions in droves, and not just for its physical benefits, but for its mental ones as well. For decades we’ve associated these hard-to-do stretches as a lazy way to build muscle and burn fat, but research shows…

5 Qualities Every Effective Leader Must Have

Image by: Canada 2020 By Michael Sterling As a leader, it’s important to be a significant example for the people around you. An effective CEO knows it takes more than just a great idea to grow your business. Leadership is the heart and soul of any business. Not only does it build the talents of…

5 Ways To Manage Office Cutbacks

Image by: Nemo By Michael Sterling Nowadays it seems that companies are getting more cut-throat when it comes to building their business. Every day, another competitor creeps into the horizon, forcing you to think on your feet. But don’t worry – the secret to success isn’t the “one-up” tactic, instead it lies in something much…