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Jay Georgi 11 Tips From People Who Have Been There

27 Dec
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Jay Georgi Dealt A Massive Blow? 11 Tips From People Who Have Been There

Now you know who’s really there for you

Jay Georgi Dealt A Massive Blow? Huge failures make you realize who your true friends are. It doesn’t matter how many Facebook friends or LinkedIn connections you have. The more setbacks I had, the more I refined a system to sort out who my real friends actually are. It can be very blurry. I put people into two buckets: friends and friendly.Jay Georgi If someone wanted to be friends, I would push them to their limit to test their true intentions.

— Jay Georgi (@mnytks), Founder of Nadvia and Operations / Management / Profits Retention Coach

Jay Georgi 11 Life-Altering Financial Secrets From Top Wealth Creators

19 Dec
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Jay Georgi 11 Life-Altering Financial Secrets From Top Wealth Creators

Embrace change:

Jay Georgi If you don’t change, you won’t survive the ever-changing business world. That doesn’t just include new technology or a new advertising model, but also the business model, which has always been the core of failures in businesses. Kodak failed to evolve, Betamax failed to evolve. Jay Georgi Inevitably they all fall down. —Jay Georgi, founder of Nadvia and operations / management / profits-retention coach

Jay Georgi 9 Entrepreneurial Lessons You Never Learned in School

13 Dec
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Jay Georgi 9 Entrepreneurial Lessons You Never Learned in School

Jay Georgi Learning about money and cash flow, and how to handle it, should be a required course in grade school. No one teaches us how to manage debt, and why we should or should not have debt. We also don’t learn how to handle investments and create wealth for ourselves.Jay Georgi As a result, most people today die broke.

—Jay Georgi, founder of Nadvia and operations/management/profits-retention coach

Jay Georgi, 10 Secrets From Top Entrepreneurs on Hiring the Best Talent

6 Dec
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Jay Georgi, 10 Secrets From Top Entrepreneurs on Hiring the Best Talent

Jay Georgi, I must be able to develop trust with top talent. I push them to the limits to see if they will fight back. I never want to have a “yes, sir” type in a top position of the company. Always do a background search and have multiple meetings with them. The interview should be in a non-work environment.Jay Georgi, See how they behave outside of work. Social media has the ability to reveal lots of things.After all, why would I want to hire someone who conducts themselves poorly outside of work? I believe that people must have the proper foundation and personal skills—all other “work” related skills, I can teach. —Jay Georgi, founder of Nadvia and operations / management / profits-retention coach

Jay Georgi 11 successful people share the unusual beliefs

29 Nov
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Jay Georgi 11 successful people share the unusual beliefs that helped them reach the top

Jay Georgi I only aim for a specific target. Too many people set generic goals that aren’t specific enough. I believe that if I don’t have an exactingly specific target, then I won’t know when I’ve achieved it.Jay Georgi Dreaming is nice, but you have to do something about the dream. 

—  Jay Georgi, founder of Nadvia and operations / management / profits-retention coach

Jay Georgi The 11 Greatest Investments Billionaire and Millionaire Entrepreneurs Made

22 Nov
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Jay Georgi

Jay Georgi The 11 Greatest Investments These Billionaire and Millionaire Entrepreneurs

Jay Georgi I voraciously read, watch biographies, and study disruptive business models. I spent enormous amounts of time away from my wife and kids working on bettering myself, going to work early, coming home late, and then grabbing a book. I’ve learned there’s no such thing as a work-life balance: it’s what you make of it. If I stop learning, I become irrelevant and can no longer contribute. To succeed, be radically different from the masses; otherwise, you’re copycatting someone’s business model, hoping for their success to become yours.Jay Georgi Success can only be defined by you: If you want to be in the top one percent, are you willing to pay the price? Are you willing to sacrifice and push through the discouragements? —Jay Georgi, founder of Nadvia and operations / management / profits-retention coach

Jay Georgi 10 Qualities of Masterful Leaders

15 Nov

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Jay Georgi 10 Qualities of Masterful Leaders

Jay Georgi Persistence, constant communication and self-improvement are the things I nurture, both in myself and in others. It’s a learning curve: I’ll never finish learning or perfecting. No other qualities emulate the impact of constant growth, learning and facing your fears.Jay Georgi Stubbornness can serve a leader for only so long; communication and nurturing lasts a whole lot longer.

—Jay Georgi, founder of Nadvia and operations/management/profits-retention coach

Jay Georgi The 11 Greatest Investments These Billionaire and Millionaire Entrepreneurs Made

8 Nov
Jay Georgi

Jay Georgi The 11 Greatest Investments These Billionaire and Millionaire Entrepreneurs Made

Jay Georgi I voraciously read, watch biographies, and study disruptive business models. I spent enormous amounts of time away from my wife and kids working on bettering myself, going to work early, coming home late, and then grabbing a book. I’ve learned there’s no such thing as a work-life balance: it’s what you make of it. If I stop learning, I become irrelevant and can no longer contribute. To succeed, be radically different from the masses; otherwise, you’re copycatting someone’s business model, hoping for their success to become yours.Jay Georgi Success can only be defined by you: If you want to be in the top one percent, are you willing to pay the price? Are you willing to sacrifice and push through the discouragements?

—Jay Georgi, founder of Nadvia and operations / management / profits-retention coach

The Greatest Investments I made

13 Feb

I voraciously read, watch biographies, and study disruptive business models. I spent enormous amounts of time away from my wife and kids working on bettering myself, going to work early, coming home late, and then grabbing a book. I’ve learned there’s no such thing as a work-life balance: it’s what you make of it. If I stop learning, I become irrelevant and can no longer contribute. To succeed, be radically different from the masses; otherwise, you’re copycatting someone’s business model, hoping for their success to become yours. Success can only be defined by you: If you want to be in the top one percent, are you willing to pay the price? Are you willing to sacrifice and push through the discouragements?

SELF ENTITLEMENT; A PSYCHOLOGICAL TREND

13 Feb

A sense of entitlement is a cancerous thought process that is void of gratitude and can be deadly to relationships, businesses and even nations”. Steve Maraboli

It’s being a surprising situation that people know the power of gratitude but still fall for the trap of self-entitlement. I have observed many people from different countries and I feel like self-entitlement is becoming a new trend in human psychology. Today’s social media is so advanced that anyone can fantasize about a successful and luxurious life. People expect that they should get every success, everything, or luxury they wish for. Oh come on, it’s not a fairytale where you will ask tinker-bell and your every wish will become true. To be thankful for what you have will not charge you.

As the human population is growing, the competition among them is increasing exponentially. It’s impossible that a person doing hard work and fighting with tough situations get nothing in the end. Similarly, it’s also impossible that a person without using his mind and limbs get everything he wished for.

I have met those people who were passionate about and consistent in their work, as a result, they got what they deserved. They succeeded sooner or later. But I have also seen such unfortunate people who think they are superior to others and everything is meant for them. These kinds of people don’t get the permanent joy of life. They remain in a permanent condition of self –entitlement, self-created competition. They don’t work but hold grudges. They blame others for their failures (whether in relationships or businesses). I have seen how their self-centered approach makes them more miserable.

This trend is being seen in people’s as well as nations’ psychology. People want good jobs and a luxurious lifestyle but don’t want to work for it. To fulfill your dreams, you have to believe in hard work and gratitude. Every country can’t support its citizens’ luxurious lifestyle so people have to work actively. They should use their local resources to change the game.

I think every person has his/her own circle of struggle. If he/she works positively for his/her goals, the reward will be the best of all. But in the case of self-entitled people, they may wish or crave success through negative means. I mean if you feel so superior to others then prove it in a healthy way by working hard. Don’t get involved in a negative situation. The world needs people with leadership but it does not mean that everyone can be a leader. To become a leader in your field of work you will have to work smartly and hardly.

There is a saying by Steven Aitchison, “Successful people have a sense of gratitude. Unsuccessful people have a sense of entitlement”. This is a perfect saying for those people who want to see them successful in real life (without letting anyone down).