How To Overcome Anxiety For Business People: Solutions

Professional, creative and entrepreneur anxiety is a real issue few dare to talk about. It affects close to half of all workers and entrepreneurs. It can seriously impact your work performance, and there are two simple things you can do to get it under control.

How To Overcome Anxiety For Business People: Causes

Professional, creative and entrepreneur anxiety is a real issue few dare to talk about. It affects close to half of all workers and entrepreneurs. It can seriously impact your work performance, and there are two simple things you can do to get it under control.

How To Overcome Anxiety For Business People: Symptoms

In the past several months, I’ve become aware of a rising undercurrent of panic, stress, and anxiety. It permeates through the entire population, regardless of wealth or health— and this is especially evident in the professional and entrepreneurial circles. Myself included.

The Creator Ethos & The Consumer Coma

We need creators, entrepreneurs and risk takers to share their work and ideas. What does it take to snap out of a consumer coma and into creator mode?

Less, But Better

Good communication strategy is both an art and a science and should be carefully designed and executed, reducing expenses and sparking innovation.

Here’s to the crazy ones…

Steve is a part of a generation of true trailblazers and innovators that is slowly waning. It makes me wonder who, if anyone, will carry on the torch for the new generations. To lose such a strong and inspiring figure is an immense loss for all of us, an impact that we may not truly comprehend for some years to come.

The Human Factor

Do you get surprised or even excited when you phone a company and a REAL person answers the phone? It seems ridiculous that we’ve come to this point of total disconnection, while our basic human need is to connect and relate to each other.

The Tipping Point Summary and Review

I recently finished reading ‘The Tipping Point” by Malcolm Gladwell.

This is one of the best consumer psychology/business books I read in a while. Malcolm explores principles of viral marketing, backing up his findings with a great deal of research, interviews, and data. Even though this book is several years old, the ideas discussed are very relevant and can certainly be applied in any business situation, including today’s grim economic environment.

The Tipping Point focuses on three concepts, necessary to create a point where an idea gets a life of its own and spreads like wildfire. I would consider this the key principles of viral marketing, although Malcolm doesn’t refer to it that way. The following is a short summary and ideas behind The Tipping Point:

Law of the Few – Malcolm believes the following three groups of people are necessary to ‘tip’ an idea. Some of us may belong to one or more of these groups, but the most pronounced characteristics of each are easily spotted:

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