It is rightly said that we are all limited by our bravery and creativity. Even though we live in a world powered by knowledge, the reality is that today’s quest for knowledge is motivated by bravery and creativity.
A new month has just rolled by. September 2018. It promises to be a great month; a month of pursuit and conquest. This month at Innovate Today, we will be taking a look at courage, what it means and the many forms in which it manifests.
So the thought for the day is this: Are you crazy enough to believe you can change the world? What dreams did you have as a child? What crazy ideas did you cook up and promise yourself you would accomplish when you grew older? Think about those dreams you had for a few minutes.
Opportunity, they say, is like a bald-headed man with only a patch of hair right in front. While this is funny to imagine, it is also quite true. It is because of his small patch of hair that they say if you don’t grab hold of opportunity while it is confronting you, it will slip away.
It is a common saying that upon every life, a little rain must fall. At one point or another, everyone faces tough situations. These could come in your business, family, finances or any other area of life. The question we explore today is about how they should be handled.
In the last week, we have seen the passing of great legends. Aretha Franklin, the “Queen of Soul” and only just a few days ago, Kofi Annan, revered as “a guiding force for good”. Both of them were legends; juggernauts in their professions and beacons of light to our generation. They did the impossible while they were with us.
All men are born with lofty dreams; things they wish to accomplish during their lifetime. Many however don’t see these dreams realized because of several reasons. Today, we explore one way to accomplish your dreams; start where you are.
What does it mean to leave behind a good legacy? According to Wikipedia, Robert Louis Stevenson was a Scottish novelist, poet and musician. He wrote many famous books of his time, including Treasure Island and Strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Launching a website sounds difficult, like the kind of work only a tech guru would want do. However, the truth is today, with all the technology available today, it’s really not as hard as it seems.
As a business owner, at some point, you will need to consider building some kind of web presence for your company. Considering the sheer scope of the World Wide Web and social media platforms, it would be foolhardy for a prudent CEO to ignore such a major avenue for business exposure. In this article, we will consider the question of whether you need a website and what creating such a web presence entails.