Category: Leadership
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POSTED ON December 18, 2015 BY Andrew Pollard

The Mining Recruitment Group and Cambridge House International have teamed up to shine a light on the best and brightest mining executives under the age of 35 at the upcoming Vancouver Resource Investment Conference to be held January 24-25, 2016. With 39 percent of mining executives planning to retire from full-time employment within the next… Continue Reading

POSTED ON November 18, 2015 BY Andrew Nelson

In the midst of a gruelling bear market, companies that provide services to publicly traded resource ventures have been hit almost as hard as those operating in the space. However, advising and consulting to junior miners also provides an intimate view into the company, a perspective many individuals are not granted. This, in turn, offers… Continue Reading

POSTED ON May 29, 2015 BY Michael Allison

French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte is quoted throughout the Internet as having once said a leader is a dealer in hope. That’s what you are when you lead: a hope dealer. Out of everything you do to achieve your vision, one of the most important is writing like a leader. Too many times, it’s the face-to-face… Continue Reading

POSTED ON May 19, 2015 BY Michael Allison

“Whosoever desires constant success must change his conduct with the times.” ― Niccolò Machiavelli Standing on Palatine Hill last week, I tried imaging six-storey gleaming marble arches and gilded statues in place of the weathered foundations, chipped arches and shattered marble floors built in the centuries following Rome’s founding in the eighth century B.C. Now… Continue Reading

POSTED ON May 12, 2015 BY James Altucher

I can’t believe how I’ve gotten away with what I’ve gotten away with even though I’m so stupid. I was having a weird argument yesterday with my ex-wife. I was trying to say, “I’m stupid” so she was disagreeing and accusing me of lying. So I kept insisting. “I got bad grades all through high… Continue Reading

POSTED ON April 02, 2015 BY James Altucher

Choosing yourself means taking risk, means not being afraid what people think, or your chances of success or failure. It means doing what you want and hopefully helping the world along the way. Because when you help others, that’s how you get paid in a choose yourself world. Elon Musk is inspirational to many people,… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 05, 2015 BY James Altucher

“You interrupt too much,” people email me. “Let your guests finish talking.” But I can’t help it. I get curious. I want to know! Now! Over the past year I interviewed about 80 guests for my podcast. My only criteria: I was fascinated by some aspect of each person. I didn’t limit myself by saying… Continue Reading

POSTED ON December 09, 2014 BY Turdis

“Wise investors won’t try to outsmart the market. They’ll buy index funds for the long term, and they’ll diversify.” That’s what Jack C. Bogle says.  He is the pioneer of low-cost index investing and founder and former CEO of Vanguard which now manages over $3.3 trillion in assets globally. Bloomberg has a new interview with him… Continue Reading

POSTED ON September 16, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

I felt as though my head was going to explode. It was only Tuesday, but I was already way behind on the week’s promises for meetings, proposals, interviews, and writing. My phone had been buzzing since 5:15 am, and I was, admittedly, suffering from the headache resulting from the prior evening’s libations, a habit that… Continue Reading

POSTED ON August 19, 2014 BY Michael Allison

“This is a three billion dollar class action lawsuit. In the morning, I have to call my board. I have to tell them that the architect of our defense was arrested for running naked in the street.” – Karen Crowder, Michael Clayton You’ve heard of the “overnight success.” One thing anyone who has been labelled… Continue Reading

POSTED ON July 21, 2014 BY James Altucher

In 2002 I was driving to a hedge fund manager’s house to hopefully raise money from him. I was two hours late. This was pre-GPS and I had no cell phone. I was totally lost. If you’ve never driven around Connecticut you need to know one thing: all the roads are parallel and they all… Continue Reading

POSTED ON July 07, 2014 BY Andrew Pollard

It’s a typical morning, no different than any other. You wake up, drive to the office and look to slowly ease yourself into your day with a cup of coffee. You begin to work your way through the zillions of emails that have amassed overnight when you are summoned into the corner office. You walk… Continue Reading

POSTED ON April 25, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

“OH, HOW BLESSED YOUNG MEN ARE WHO HAVE TO STRUGGLE FOR A FOUNDATION AND BEGINNING IN LIFE.” John D. Rockefeller “HE SAYS THE BEST WAY OUT IS THROUGH AND I AGREE TO THAT, OR IN SO FAR AS I CAN SEE NO WAY OUT BUT THROUGH.” Robert Frost “WHAT STANDS IN THE WAY BECOMES THE WAY.” Marcus Aurelius Source

POSTED ON April 06, 2014 BY Michael Allison

Name one valuable commodity of which both you and Bill Gates have the same amount. Or Warren Buffett. Or Carlos Slim.

POSTED ON February 15, 2014 BY Kevin Lee

Some are better at allocating the pie than others I am not personally a fan of most “How CEOs Succeed” books because: a) I’m not one and; b) most are pretentious self-serving ghost written cookie cutter full of tired clichés. However, to do CEO.CA justice, I thought it would be worthwhile to sing the praises of… Continue Reading

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