The most important word for any leader today is 'And'. No longer is it enough to run a profitable business or a successful enterprise. Integration is key.
If it’s hard for entrepreneurs to have a life, it’s doubly so for entrepreneurs solving the biggest problems in the world, but having a healthy life is better for both you and your company.
Chris YehOctober 2, 2014
Unreasonable Institute fellow Divya Yachamaneni, deputy general manager of Naandi Community Water Services, explains how her company is bringing clean drinking water to rural Indian families for less than $2 per month. NCWS’s low-cost water-purification stations are now in more than 400 villages, delivering clean, safe drinking water to about 600,000 people.
Unreasonable InstituteJuly 21, 2014
How many times have you justified your pizza by telling yourself the tomato sauce and veggie toppings are providing some nutritional value? Or maybe that, yeah, you had two slices of pizza, but at least you didn’t have three? Avoid those sorts of rationalizations by internalizing the following two food rules
Ann GarvinJuly 2, 2014
Burnout can destroy the best of ideas and intentions. While an idea can, in theory, be limitless, the brain is a physical organ with limitations. If these limitations aren’t acknowledged the consequences can be grave. Don't let burnout destroy your idea.
Ann GarvinJune 18, 2014
Everything needs to be put into context. When you are wondering what should be prioritized, related to your business or your health, you need to ask the last question in Ann Garvin's 3 part series.
Ann GarvinMarch 20, 2014
Time is at a premium for everyone, especially innovators, start-ups and entrepreneurs. To prevent time wasters, there are three questions you must never forget to ask. In the second post of her 3-part series, Ann reveals the second question that will save you time, money, and your health.
Ann GarvinMarch 19, 2014
The need to get the right information is universal. There are three questions you must never forget to ask. In this post, you'll discover the first question that will save you time, money, and possibly lives.
Ann GarvinMarch 18, 2014