Monthly Archives: August 2011

Entrepreneurship is Empowering!

Each time I talk with an entrepreneur, I am reminded of three great principles that everyone needs to remember. 1) Empowerment to do things that can change the world-literally! Businesses are created to develop products and services the spawn new industries, and support the new industries created. This empowerment is so incredibly cool to witness […]

Dont Wait Until Everything is Perfect

I like the quote by Mark Victor Hansen… “Don’t wait until everything is just right. It will never be perfect. There will always be challenges, obstacles and less than perfect conditions. So what. Get started now. With each step you take, you will grow stronger and stronger, more and more skilled, more and more self-confident […]

Entrepreneurs Needed

Owning a business, or “entrepreneurship”, is all about having the freedom of doing things your way, but that is only possible as you take calculated risks in working toward an obtainable goal. I want to teach you not only how to start a small business, but how to learn from others who have already made […]

Stay Focused #7

Stay Focused and keep reading! The seventh principle of staying focused is in my book Everlasting Wisdom. http://www.brianhazelgren.com

Stay Focused #6

How many times have you felt like you can predict what will happen in a certain situation if the current path is followed? Have you ever felt like you were in the zone, and nothing could stop you from achieving success? In my book Everlasting Wisdom, I asked the question: “Have you ever seen the […]

Stay Focused #5

This one is probably the one that is most overlooked, yet is also the most important. We like to be rewarded by others for a job well done…its human nature. The simple fact that we like to be rewarded should tell us that its ok to take some time and give ourselves some small jewel […]

Stay Focused #4

#4. Break tasks into smaller pieces – a big project can look so overwhelming at times. I have found that when you take the big picture and break it down to smaller elements, individual pieces don’t seem as daunting, and each time you complete one of the smaller tasks it is invigorating and empowering.