50 Quotes From Leading world Business Leaders

Every entrepreneur knows that the success of their business ultimately rests on their shoulders. Yes, the product you build and the team you hire are important, but your ability to lead is what carries your company.

With that kind of pressure, it’s easy to feel stressed, lonely and overwhelmed at times. Every great leader has faced a challenge that defined their greatness, which is why we often turn to their advice when needed.

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Leveraging on failures | © Fola Daniel Adelesi

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There is always something you can do with failures. That is the beautiful thing about it. Many people think of failure in light of disappointments only and they never see any opportunities in the failures. While they are looking at what they have lost, there are other people making progress and their progress is hinged on the past failures they have experienced.

Leveraging on failures is what people mean when they ask you to turn the lemon that life has given you into lemonade. Something may have been thrown at you so that it will kill you but you can turn that very thing around to the major thing that keeps you alive.

Today when you listen to many inspirational speakers, what do they say? They are either people who have failed before or they know so many other examples of people who have failed. So some people organize a…

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The Dangers of Public WiFi – And Crazy Things People Do To Use It

The best way to stay using Public wifi

Safe and Savvy Blog by F-Secure

Would you give up your firstborn child or favorite pet to use free WiFi? Of course not. Sounds crazy, right? But in an independent investigation conducted on behalf of F-Secure, several people agreed to do just that – just to be able to instantly, freely connect to the Internet while on the go.

For the experiment, we asked Finn Steglich of the German penetration testing company, SySS, to build a WiFi hotspot, take it out on the streets of London, and set it up and wait for folks to connect. The purpose? To find out how readily people would connect to an unknown WiFi hotspot. (You can view our complete report, see the video and listen to the podcast below.)

Thing is, public hotspots are insecure. Public WiFi simply wasn’t built with 21st century security demands in mind. When you use public WiFi without any added security measures, you…

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The Power Of Meditation

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Meditation is an act of being alone, where there is no distraction or noise, reaching your innermost thoughts as you ponder on them, reflecting on your actions and problems and doing self-analysis. However, religiously, it could be an act of quiet conversations between you and your maker. Personally, I do this a lot and it has helped me grow spiritually in wisdom, knowledge and understanding. At some point in my life, I was disturbed, overwhelmed with fear, trembled at every challenge that came my way, worried ceaselessly about things I couldn’t control, deprived myself of peace, and many other things. I was able to find solace in the act of meditation as soon as my eye opened to the power it possesses. I came to understand that, for every problem, there is a solution or even a ton of solutions but we waste our time and energy crying, worrying, and…

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Good Ideas Are Not Enough

Be relevant

The Baseline Scenario

By James Kwak

Dan Davies put together a brilliant roundup of the clever business models that financial technology startups are pitching to their investors — and why most of them are deeply flawed. Some of them apply much more broadly than to just the financial services industry. Number three, for example — “Hoping that a load of people who actively mistrust each other will trust you instead” — is a decent description of the business-to-business marketplaces that Ariba was trying to build when I worked there back at the beginning of the millennium.

I’d like to add two more general principles that apply to technology companies that are trying to serve the financial services industry — mainly learned during my years working at an insurance software company before going to law school.

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(I’m going to try switching to a Brad DeLong-style approach in which I put the beginnings of my Medium posts here…

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