How These ‘Harvard Questions’ Save 8 Hours a Week

So, what about you? What you can drop, delegate or redesign?

Employer Versus Employee: A Thorough Look of the 21st Century Reality

Treat your customers as good as your employees or else…

Who is the Hero In Your Story?

Great leaders and businesses have a story to tell. The best understand who the hero should be.

Every Man Has a Full Monty Story. What’s Yours?

The most effective leaders of tomorrow will do one primary thing—keep top millennial talent.

50 Writing Tips From a New York Times Bestselling Author

Life is about making an impact, not an income. And writers who know what they’re doing make both.

Attempting to Control Disasters in a Random World

We can’t anticipate or control everything, but we can prepare our businesses and lives for dealing with crisis with a little less stress.

Will It Fly With Pat Flynn

In this episode of The Good Dad Project Podcast, Pat Flynn, founder of Smart Passive Income and author of ‘Will It Fly,’ shares his dynamic story of ground-up success and balancing an entrepreneurship with family.

They’ll Call Your Startup Worthless, Impossible, And Stupid

They’re wrong.

Out of Touch on the Titanic While Education Sinks

When is the last time you challenged your beliefs about hiring (or getting hired) and the role education plays in business success?

Use the 80/20 Rule to Be Less Busy

What is the 80/20 Rule and could it actually make 80 percent of your work disappear?

Good Men Project Dreams: A Conversation With Entrepreneur Alan Mittelman

An exclusive Good Men Project video series—hosted by Ken Goldstein—designed to capture the heart of the entrepreneurial mission.

How All That Advice About Personal Branding Could be a Trap

Content–yes, even my content–can trap you.

Wisdom From City Slickers—What’s Your One Thing?

Do you know what your Most Important Task is?

How Shark Tank’s Kevin Harrington Thinks About Time

This entrepreneur won’t work for less than $1 Million per week.

The Future Is Coming and There Is No Going Back to the Past

The past is gone. It is only an illusion that we can get it back. Good men must make the future great instead.

Straight A Students May Not be the Best Students

How do innovators acquire their skills?