Circle of Competence
All You Need For Investment
5 Ways to Master the Persistence That Makes a Great Entrepreneur
Building a successful business is a bit like climbing a mountain: it’s an uphill battle most of the way, but the view from the top is pretty spectacular.A good-enough idea you never give up on will look like brilliance when you succeed.
Why do most supervisors dare not take risks? A Discussion of Behavioral Economics
For a supervisor, it is great to be able to manage a group of employees without letting them make mistakes. They even think that this is more important than whether to accept the boss's investment plan. At least they don't have to face the result of investment failure.
What is the Peter Principle?
The Peter Principle is a common occurrence among companies, whereby employees are promoted according to their current progress rather than for the skills and aptitude required for the roles they are being considered for.
Want to be better at problem-solving? Tap into two ‘mental models’
The key to success is to build mental models. Mental models are essentially chunks of knowledge that you build in your mind. They help you organize your thoughts, solve problems, and even think critically.
What Does My Credit Score Mean and How Can I Improve It?
One of the most important factors in your credit score is your payment history. Whether or not you pay your bills on time is one way to raise your credit score.
3 Useful Tips For Speed Reading
In order to learn more in a limited time, speed reading can help you achieve high efficiency.
Key Conditions For Becoming a Good Investor.
A good investor must have a deep understanding of the market. He needs to be patient, self-aware, and able to admit his or her mistakes.
Four points of principled negotiation
Principled negotiation teaches you how to get what you deserve with dignity, allowing you to treat others reasonably without being taken advantage of because of reasonable generosity.
Asking the Right Questions - A Guide to Critical Thinking
"Asking the Right Questions" is an engaging guide that teaches critical thinking. The authors teach students to recognize fallacies, analyze information, and respond to alternative points of view.
How to Conduct a Needs Analysis
Every time a requirement review was conducted, there was a lot of talk, and opposition came oncoming. The main reason why these situations occur is that the requirements analysis has not been done well and has not been done thoroughly.