Recommended reading in Revista Lideres, Ecuador’s leading newspaper on business and economics.
Interview with Prologues’ Elham AyoubZadeh and Rana Florida about her new book Upgrade.
Time is more important than money and possessions. It’s the one thing you can never get back and something you can’t buy, barter, or borrow. Once it’s gone, it’s gone for good. Those who succeed protect their time fiercely and selfishly.
Entrepreneurs are natural-born travelers and Seat 3A takes you along for the globe-trotting ride, delivering travel tips, insights and candid photos from self-made men and women.
Who needs enemies when you’ve got yourself? If it ever seems impossible to achieve a professional goal that should be well within your grasp—whether it’s a plum assignment, promotion or the corner office—you may be committing career self-sabotage without even realizing it. For every blown deadline or botched job interview, it’s easy to be unaware that you’re hitting the self-destruct button.
Here are five common ways we sabotage our careers—and how you can finally get out of your own way.
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Excerpt adapted from Rana Florida’s book Upgrade on Tony Hsieh at Zappos.
Eva Doyle’s review of Rana Florida’s latest book, Upgrade.
Silicon Angle : When a growth hack is not enough: Rana Florida explains the ultimate “Upgrade” #CultureBYTE
Rana Florida’s recent book, Upgrade, brings perspective to the growth hack fix. Upgrade suggests that if technology entrepreneurs don’t change the way they view growth and success, a “growth hack” can only have so much impact.
Consultant Rana Florida shows you how to live the first-best life you want, stop living in a state of “managed dissatisfaction” and “upgrade” your life by doing what you love.