An abundance mentality

The abundance mentality says that we can all prosper together. Your prosperity contributes to mine and my prosperity contributes to yours. I wish more of the world thought this way.  We are all familiar with the stereotypical rich businessman who has built a fortune on the backs of poor people.  The political rhetoric of “99% […]
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Time to think

Stop and think. When I was working on my PhD, I had the good fortune to be a student of Prof. Bill Kinney, one of the most-respected academics in the field of Accounting. Bill Kinney taught us to shave.  Yes, that’s right.  To shave. Pentsakor. Reflexing by larbelaitz, on Flickr Bill said that to be a successful […]
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Sustainability and green entrepreneurship

I was intrigued by Kate Jillings’ post in Young Entrepreneur about Sustainability.  She defines business sustainability as: For the business world, sustainability is about how your business operates whilst having a positive social and environmental impact. How can you start up and run a business in a sustainable way?  She writes: The concept of ‘doing […]
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Do more with less: maintenance and defense

From Wikimedia Commons As I wrote before, to measure your productivity, divide your revenues by assets.  To improve productivity, either increase your revenues or decrease your assets. This is also true for your personal finances.  Doing more in your life with fewer assets can greatly enhance your financial and personal well-being. I found a great […]
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10 business lessons to learn from the Piligrims

In honor of Thanksgiving: Don’t be afraid to try something new.  If England is not working out, try the New World.  If your job isn’t working out, try a new one. Eat healthy. Eat organically-grown whole grains and free-range poultry. Keep an abundance mentality.  Wealth is not something that must be seized from others, nor […]
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