5 Work Ethics You Must Have To Level Up

This one can be applied to any line of work. Advice that can be used by individuals working 9-5 as well as business owners.

When you take pride in what you do and give it 100% effort that’s when things start to flow and working is no longer something you dread.

Article By Aura Bea Carter

How To Make Each Day A Winner

I decided that I wanted to win so I started winning.

I stop thinking that my unorganized artist life was going to somehow come together.

To reap the rewards of success there are certain rules that you have to play by.

Once I accepted this life became more fulfilling.

Sincerely,

Aura Of Wealth

10 Reasons Why You Can’t Give Up

  1. You’re strong, even when you don’t think you are.
  2. You can do anything you put your mind to.
  3. Every “no” you hear only puts you that much closer to a “yes.
  4. Giving up will only put your back to square one.
  5. It can only go up from here.
  6. People are here to help you. Reach out to them.
  7. If you stop, you’ll never make it out of the current situation you’re in.
  8. There is so much more to life than what you’re experiencing right now.
  9. You have a purpose, and you will find it.
  10. If you give up now, all your hard work would have been for absolutely nothing.

Keep Going!

The Mindset You Need To Be Successful At Working From Home

A simple change in how you think about remote work can make your days instantly more productive and pleasant.

What does it take to make remote work successful? For both employees and entrepreneurs, a good tech setup and relatively distraction-free space is certainly essential. So are techniques to keep endless Zoom calls from destroying your productivity (and sanity). A modern approach to management that focuses on what people produce rather exactly how and when they produce it helps too.

But even with these basics in place, some people thrive in remote work while others struggle. Why is that? The nature of a team’s work clearly has something to do with it (experts say innovation is tougher at a distance), as does individual personality and seniority (young people benefit from the passive education of being around colleagues).

But, according to a fascinating new study out of the University of Cambridge recently published in Human-Computer Interaction, there’s another hidden factor that’s essential for remote work success — the right mindset.

The research team started from the same places that many bosses find themselves in today. There are about a million studies and surveys about remote work, and they often contradict each other on the benefits and drawbacks of remote setups. Which of these studies should business leaders believe?

The answer, according to this new research, is maybe all of them. Rather than finding that remote work is always good or always bad, the team discovered that mindset mattersmassively when it comes to remote work success. Those with the right mindset thrive in remote setups, and those without it don’t.

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8 Movies Every Entrepreneur Should Watch for Inspiration

Whatever phase you are at in your entrepreneurial journey, there’s a lot you can acquire a knowledge of from these money motivated movies.

1. The Social Network tells the story of how Mark Zuckerberg started Facebook while studying at Harvard and how he was later sued by two brothers who stated he stole their idea, and his best friend who was ousted from the company.


2. Startup.com tells the story about the rise and fall of internet companies during the dotcom bubble. Startup.com is a documentary film that follows the story of GovWorks, a promising startup that failed spectacularly because of mismanagement and internal power struggles.


3. Wall Street tells the story of ambition and greed, portrayed brilliantly by Charlie Sheen and Michael Douglas respectively. The main protagonist, Bud Fox, idolizes Gekko and gets carried away by his glamorous lifestyle, only to get entangled in the vicious web of insider trading.


4. The Big Short tells three separate but parallel stories of individuals who were able to predict and profit from the American financial crisis of 2007-08.


5. Boiler Room takes a look at stock broking through the eyes of a man who is trying to get rich quick. This movie depicts what happens when brokers get a little too carried away with their status and access.


6. Fyre festival was supposed to be the greatest music festival ever. Organized by Billy McFarland and rapper Ja Rule, the “luxury music festival” was promoted on Instagram by celebrities and social media influencers, including Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, and Emily Ratajkowski. The only problem? It was all a scam, devised by MacFarland who had a history of starting up fraudulent business ventures.


7. The Founder is a biopic of the American fast-food tycoon Ray Kroc. Starring Michael Keaton, the movie tells the story of his creation of McDonald’s fast-food restaurant chain, which became the biggest restaurant business in the world. It also stars Nick Offerman and John Carroll Lynch who play the McDonald brothers, the original founders of McDonald’s.


8. The Pursuit of Happyness is a true story based on the life of entrepreneur Chris Gardner’s nearly one-year struggle of being homeless with his son while going through a grueling 6-month unpaid internship as a stockbroker. Will Smith’s portrayal of Gardner earned him an Oscar nomination.

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