22.9.2014 Business

12 Ways To Multi-Task Like A Superhero.

There’s been a lot of debate over the last few years about the effectiveness of multitasking. Productivity experts make the case that trying to do more than one thing at the same time leads to poor results — and half-finished outcomes. Nothing gets the best use of your attention. Instead of doing more, you actually get Read More 

17.9.2014 Attitude | Business

College Won’t Help (Much)

This is a guest post by Matthew Williamson, my new Chief of Staff for the The EDGY Empire. He’s a sharp dude — and he practices the #1 rule of Waldschmidtland: “Don’t Be Lazy…”. He’s an accounting graduate with a good sense of business and all things EDGY. —– One year ago today, Dan Waldschmidt Read More 

16.9.2014 Attitude | Business

There Isn’t A Right Thing To Do.

What you “should do” isn’t always as clear as you think it should be. Often, business books or strategy consultants try to distill ideas down into simple black or white decisions. But, most of life is simply not that clear cut. Even the decisions that appear to be simple are mostly gray. There isn’t a “right thing” Read More 

4.9.2014 Attitude | Business | Extreme Behavior

Why Success Demands More Than 4 Hours of Work.

You can’t outsource your way to success. Details matter. How you do what you do matters. Just getting things checked off your list isn’t a formula for success. That’s because it matter how people feel as they interact with you. Colors. Shapes. Sounds. Beautiful design. They all impact the subconscious response from those who meet and Read More 

27.8.2014 Attitude | Business | Extreme Behavior | Leadership

If You Want To Be Lucky…

If you want to be lucky, work harder than everyone else around you. If you want to be lucky, practice delivering kindness to those you meet each day. If you want to be lucky, develop new skills before you need them. If you want to be lucky, be a good friend to the ones you Read More 

26.8.2014 Attitude | Business | Extreme Behavior

3 Valuable Lessons I Learned From Top Sales World Going Bad.

It’s easy to get discouraged when you see people doing bad things and appearing to be successful in spite of their poor behavior. You should never forget that time has a wonderful way of putting things back in their right place. People who do bad things get what is coming to them — and your continued Read More