Ari Meisel runs a 7 figure business on 5.5 hours of work a day, oh yeah, and he also beat Crohn's Disease. How? With the Art of Less Doing. 

Think of your career as an epic journey. It’s never too late to learn essential career lessons most people don’t learn until too late in life.

How do you make the right decisions? Jeff Bezos relates decisions to doors. Richard Branson advises to uncover and remove any decisions' "hidden warts", and Sachin Gupta, CEO of HackerEarth, believes there are three key attributes of good decision-making: impact, complexity, and reversibility. 

Every person has an innate ability that is unique to them. That ability is like a fingerprint -- lots of people can carry the same ability but the way they use it is what makes them unique.

According to researchers at Harvard University, when you are faced with a question that requires morality-based answers, you need to ask yourself, “what can I do?” as opposed to “what should I do?”

Having information does not necessarily dictate understanding. Your quality of thinking and how deep of a thinker you are does.

At some point in your career, you have received feedback on your performance, be it negative or positive. But you work hard so you it’s understandable that you want nothing but the latter, positive feedback.

The concept of resilience is now used in multiple contexts to describe a person's ability to bounce back and apply patience and tenacity toward achieving their goals. As such, it is often cited as a key characteristic of success.