July 2017

My favorite question to ask my teachers and mentors is “who are your teachers and mentors?" I thought I’d introduce you to one of my teachers. I first met him when he was 24 years old and possessed an incredible amount of knowledge, wisdom, and experience — far surpassing his biological age. He dropped out [...]

The market of a rising star career path involves getting jobs with increasingly greater responsibility in a relatively short period of time. The average professional expects (incorrectly) that if they simply do a good job, that’s the basis for getting promoted. This thinking leads to... S L O W career progress. Here’s why. Employers like [...]

Many high IQ professionals exhibit a specific behavior that helps them early in their careers but hinders them later in their careers. This behavior is the skill in being right. When you ask a smart person, "What is 2 + 2?" They will say, "4." If their initial answer was incorrect, then they will learn [...]

The lazy person doesn’t do much work. The leveraged person doesn’t either. At first glance, both seem identical. However, nothing could be further from the truth. A lazy person doesn’t do much work and doesn’t derive any benefits from working. The leveraged person doesn’t do much work either, but still derives the benefits as if [...]