If you have a job without aggravations, you don’t have a job.
Staying the course
It is impossible to look ahead without first looking back. Like every year before it, 2013 had its ups and downs. Professionally, I am making a slow but steady climb back up from a devastating 2011 and a disappointing 2012.
I have come to learn that the road to success is long and not always smoothly paved. I am gaining the patience to see the big picture and to expect incremental–not sudden–changes in the growth of SamsonStudios. Building a successful business is a long-term investment of time, sweat and energy. Continue Reading…
The best leaders have a high tolerance for ambiguity. They don’t go nuts over the unknown, and they don’t lose patience when dealing with disappointments. They are able to work with what they know, identify what they don’t know, and make decisions accordingly.