Examples of survivorship bias are noticeable in a wide range of fields, particularly in the business world. Students in business school can recall how unicorn start-ups were commonly applauded within the classroom, serving as an example of what students should strive for — an archetypal symbol of success. Even though Forbes reported that 90% of start-ups fail, entire degrees are dedicated to entrepreneurship, with dozens of students claiming that they will one day found a start-up and become successful.2
“love is going only to those having the money & possessions“ Alain is the founder of the School […]
93 years (41 in the Spandau prison) 04/1941 – he flu to Schotland and imprisoned since then! Wanted […]
It should be simple. Influence – Amaze – Articulate – Plan – Question – and Listen (an extra […]
Winston Churchill’s personal views on empire and race have been attacked by some critics as racist. View on […]
There are four types of constructive feedback (how smart we are figuring this out!): Negative feedback corrective comments […]
It thus comes as no surprise that Gaudiya Vaishnavism has much to say on the topic of gratitude. Srila Rupa Goswami explains that a grateful person never forgets the benefits received from others. Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti Thakur defines gratitude as a debt that can never be repaid, a debt that arises from the privilege of serving Krishna.
After the temple lecture is finished, is it better to ask a question or give a comment? Asking […]
There is one quite instructive but not-so-know story from Srila Prabhupada’s life re-told separately by Acyutananda, Gurudas, and […]
A significant portion of life humans spent at work. The numbers are ruthless: we spend more than 80,000 […]
Dealing with entrepreneurship volatility is one of the hardest parts of being a new entrepreneur. There are four challenges a new entrepreneur should confront to succeed: Dealing with the unknown; Cash flow management; Good to start, bad to run a business; Decision-making.
One of the principal leadership laws is that we can lead, follow or observe. What we chose is what you are. This is the leadership essential principle not spoken too often.
Can any long-term positive effects arise from these exceedingly constraining conditions? To what extent can this crisis positively impact how individuals and communities function?
[pullquote]WHEN MARISSA MAYER WAS NAMED CEO OF YAHOO, IN JULY 2012, THE MEDIA COULDN’T GET ENOUGH OF HER […]
The definition of business strategy is a long term plan of action designed to achieve a particular goal or set of goals or objectives.
There are three popular explanations for the clear under-representation of women in management, namely: (1) they are not […]
It’s happened to all of us. You have a “come to Jesus” moment and decide you need to […]