If you want to not only achieve your goals but also have time to enjoy the ‘little’ things in life, you need to eliminate your energy-sapping time-killers
You’ll learn how Mark prioritises his most important tasks, the top three contributors to his success, and why he rarely looks up to other entrepreneurs.
Mark Ford was never interested in entrepreneurship — at least not initially. He was interested in getting rich and building wealth.
Mark Ford offers some advice to young people about doing ‘good’ in business, including 10 ‘commandments’ they (and you) should abide by.
There are two words that refer to two different kinds of knowledge which, according to Mark Ford, can help you make a decision.
If you think making good business deals is all about driving hard bargains and writing binding contracts, you are thinking with half your brain.
The question is: Just how often do you engage in monkey business? And is it of your own volition, or are you falling prey to it?
If you’re a first-time entrepreneur looking to start a business, a spinoff company could be the way to go. Interested? Here’s what you need to do:
Job interviews are a bit like bad dates. You’re nervous, trying not to fidget with your clothes, and looking for any signs of interest from the other party.
The way you dress, the way you eat and drink…even the home you live in…can be as good as any billionaire’s. It’s all entirely within your reach.
What does a billionaire want out of his sleep? I’d say the same thing you would: blissful, uninterrupted unconsciousness. And what will give you that?
With the advent of cyber employees, meetings became more necessary. Employees who are physically removed from headquarters are less likely to hear about developments.
Like Trump, it’s important to ensure that no time is wasted on unnecessary or repetitive material. To make sure your meetings are deliberate, organised and productive, follow these three rules:
Mark Ford reveals, eight ways to make your small business boom — without blowing your marketing budget.