Amanda C. Watts is known as The Start-Up Strategist. She specializes in working with stressed-out and burnt-out corporate employees who want to make the leap and set up their own business. Over the past 6 years she has coached over 1000 new and established entrepreneurs across the globe, written two books and has won numerous […]
In 1987 I read an Esquire magazine article about mastery, by best-selling author George Leonard. During 30 years of teaching the Japanese martial art of Aikido, Leonard observed that students who rose to the top and stayed there did so using five common tools. He called these “the keys to mastery.” Leonard demonstrated his thesis […]
Daniel Goleman discusses his book “Social Intelligence: The New Science of Human Relationships” as a part of the Authors@Google series.
Are you ready to ramp up the performance of your human hardware? If so, then welcome to the launch of Version 1.0 of Ken Wilber’s The Integral Operating System. No, it’s not computer software. It’s a course that crystallizes Ken’s lifelong investigation into the truths of Eastern and Western thought into a cutting-edge tool for […]
Werner Erhard speaks to Kennedy School students on his latest work: “Why We Do What We Do: A New Model Providing Actionable Access to the Source of Performance.” Intention, Purpose, Actualization, Transformation. His influence lives for those of us whose lives he has touched. I am forever grateful. He puts himself out there for […]
Peter Diamandis is the founder and chair of the X Prize Foundation, a nonprofit whose mission is simply “to bring about radical breakthroughs for the benefit of humanity.” By offering a big cash prize for a specific accomplishment, the X Prize stimulates competition and excitement around some of the planet’s most important goals. Diamandis is also […]
Daniel Goleman brought the notion of “EI” to prominence as an alternative to more traditional measures of IQ with his 1995 mega-best-seller Emotional Intelligence. Since the publication of that book, conferences and academic institutes have sprung up dedicated to the idea. EI is taught in public schools, and corporate leaders have adopted it as a new […]
“Bloomberg Risk Takers” profiles Elon Musk, the entrepreneur who helped create PayPal, built America’s first viable fully electric car company, started the nation’s biggest solar energy supplier, and may make commercial space travel a reality in our lifetime. And he’s only 40. (Source: Bloomberg)
“Bloomberg Risk Takers” profiles Michelle Rhee, the controversial education reformer who fought to change the American public school system. As former DC Chancellor, Rhee made headlines when she shook up one of the toughest school systems in the country and closed 15 percent of the district’s public schools, firing hundreds of teachers in the process. The education […]
Anthony Robbins explains what it takes to become the leader and what sacrifices you will need to take in this role to succeed. Anthony Tony Robbins can give you the knowledge to change yourself or influence others and help them can change. Tony Anthony Robbins also teaches Law Of Attraction based principles. For those of […]
In this interview with Sir Richard Branson and Jo Polish and his mastermind groups members, all gather together to question Sir Richard Branson about success and leadership. Jo Polish runs one of the top mastermind groups in the USA who was coached by Dan Kennedy the master of master.
[jwplayer mediaid=”364″] Dame Mary Perkins of Specsavers is Britain's first self made billionaire built her empire with SpecSavers to make her fortune with her husband.
James Caan, the former Dragon investor talk live at the London School of Economics, talks about his personal life and his business life to success. Learn from the experts on how they made it and how you can also make it by following good advice and wisdom from experts.
James Caan the former Dragons Den investor, talks live on on Google Talk, Google only invite experts on Google Talk for their staff and members. Learn more about James Caan and what makes this man still working long hours every day, specially when you don’t have the need, find out why?
Beginning as a student in anthropology, Simon Sinek turned his fascination with people into a career of convincing people to do what inspires them. His earliest work was in advertising, moving on to start Sinek Partners in 2002, but he suddenly lost his passion despite earning solid income. Through his struggle to rediscover his excitement […]
What is Leadership? What Makes a Great Leader? Leadership and personal development expert Robin Sharma shares an interview on what makes a leader. Robin Sharma is a world renowned authority on leadership, change, elite performance and self-discovery. The widely acclaimed author of 7 books including the global blockbuster The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari and […]
This interview with James Caan at the Prince’s Trust. James is also the chairman of the Big Issue Magazine and charity for the homless as well as being a very successful businessman.
Richard Branson bootstrapped his way from record-shop owner to head of the Virgin empire. Now he’s focusing his boundless energy on saving our environment. He’s ballooned across the Atlantic, floated down the Thames with the Sex Pistols, and been knighted by the Queen. His megabrand, Virgin, is home to more than 250 companies, from gyms, […]