This Week's Gold is a curated collection of gold I pick up as I travel around the Internet each week. I share it to help you create a healthy business and life. Follow via Feedly to ensure you don't miss out on any gold.
THIS WEEK'S GOLD:
- Have you ever noticed that copycat businesses seem to do worse? John Brubaker's article Underdogs Can't Win Being Copycats contains an excellent solution if you're feeling like you should copy one of your successful competitors.
- In the business world, the turtle's way (slow and steady) isn't popular. But taking the time to consistently instill quality in your business while it's growing is essential to sustainable success. Mark Wilson's article Genius Who Built A Nuclear Fusion Reactor At 17 Takes On The Payments Industry demonstrates the value of the turtle's way in ultimately beating out your competitors.
- Why Resilience Is the Key Ingredient for Successful Entrepreneurship by Eric Greitens was encouraging to me. It captures the heart of an entrepreneur and the ultimate requirement of resilience.
- I bake. And I've been off lately. Sam Attard illuminated why in her post Why Made With Love Actually Works. I had been rushing through - wanting the result without putting in the attention to detail. Let's go all in on our work. It's so much better when we do.