I travel overseas a great deal to make sure our team on the ground understand and feel their contributions and hard work are equally as important to our journey. We are here to build a great company. Hence my travels primarily include new product development, vetting new factories, ensuring quality standards, and generally getting to spend time with our team.
Everyone has an opinion on how you can get the most out of your team. Their headline claims their way is best, but is jumping into all the latest office trends going to make your company successful? Take a look at the articles below for different takes on popular business practices. 4. Free Meals… read more
Hard work doesn’t always mean success. And that’s the truth. Success is not always solely the result of hard work. Robert Frank’s recent studies have indicated that most successful people attribute their success to luck – pure dumb, uncontrollable, unaccountable, unpredictable, serendipitous luck. Frank remarks that “even when luck counts for only a trivial part… read more
As a sequel to my article about habits that make you more attractive, it’s only right that I write an article about habits that make you unattractive, in spite of being great looking. 1. Entitled. When I think of entitled people, they are incredibly narcissistic and unapologetically ruthless. It baffles me whenever I come… read more
You may not have control over what your mama gave ya, but you sure have control over your habits. We all know that one person that is just a great person to be around. They are funny, interesting, engaging, lovable, kind, and successful. Consequently, we find him or her every bit irresistible. Here are some… read more
In 2013, we started a paid internship program at Wild Attire as one of our initiatives to participate in the non-existent Orange County startup narrative. I want to preface this by saying we have no pipe dreams of following in the footsteps of SV, NY, or even the LA scenes. And to be frank, our… read more
There are two different kinds of people in the business world. There are Makers, and there are Doers. Equally important, but completely different. For a business to be successful, you need both ingredients. Without this balance, your business will fail. Wozniak and Jobs perhaps personify these two roles most distinctly and accurately. For Apple, Wozniak… read more