What films will you be heading to the movie theater to see this January? There are many promising titles out there: Aquaman for the adventurous, Mary Poppins Returns for families, Holmes and Watson for a good laugh, The Mule for some drama with Clint Eastwood, and Second Act for date night.
It’s tough to choose. Let me know what you think are winners.
Being successful is nothing unless you’re happy. But don’t make the same old resolutions this year and give up on them halfway through January. Did you know that 60 percent of people make New Year’s resolutions, yet only eight percent are successful in achieving their goals?
Be the eight percent. What’s on your list?
Reading is essential to success. The more you read, the more open minded you will be. In terms of business, this can lead to great riches, respect and overall success. Entrepreneur put out a list of 19 books to read, no matter what kind of business you’re in.
Use these books as a foundation to sustain you through trials and tribulations, as well as a spring board for boosting your future successes.
This can mean different things to different people. The article below polls entrepreneurs about what they think defines success.
The answers are varied and on-point:
- “Success is running a profitable firm that conducts business with honesty and integrity”
- “Success is the gradual realization of a worthy goal.”
- “Success means making a living of something you absolutely love to do.”
- “Success entails meeting the goals you have set for yourself.”
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If you’re a big movie fan, you’re having a great season. There are so many good ones to see. The new Grinch for the kids, Creed II for the Rocky fans, Bohemian Rhapsody for the Queen fans, Crimes of Grindelwald for the Fantastic Beasts lovers, and for all you rom/com fans out there, Instant Family with Mark Wahlberg.
I’ll probably be hitting the theaters this weekend. What will you see?
Luke Walton gave the Los Angeles Lakers a “B” grade for the season so far, with the team at 13 and 9. Right now, they have the sixth-best record in the Western Conference, but have they met expectations thus far?
I guess not. Walton wants more improvement and more consistency with ball movement, due to the fact that they’re currently struggling with turnovers.
While he likes the progress his team has made, he points out there’s always room to get better.
I often wonder what it takes to be a truly great leader, in business specifically. I came across this article by Inc. showing the eight traits you need to be an effective business leader.
From self awareness and decisiveness to integrity and imagination, I tend to agree with this list. If we could all aspire to these traits, the business world would be a much better place!