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25 May 2015

Endeavor Adds The Box to Its High-Impact Entrepreneur Network

As an ever-expanding global non-profit organization, Endeavor selects only the most astute, emerging entrepreneurs. During its recent panel held at Chile on 22nd April 2015, Endeavor added another 31 entrepreneurs to its network, recognized The Box as one of its high-impact entrepreneurs. It now supports over 1,082 entrepreneurs from 684 companies across the world.

The 58th Endeavor International Selection Panel (ISP) received great applaud-

It was Endeavor’s 58th International Selection Panel (ISP) where it enhanced its high-impact entrepreneur network by including more 31 high-impact entrepreneurs representing 18 companies and 9 countries; a subject of applaud as received by the business community worldwide.

What does it mean?

Entrepreneurs form the critical pillar for the growth of any economy. Endeavor’s recent panel is one-step further to support the entrepreneur community across the world.

Endeavor’s recent panel’s conclusive step only progresses its ideals to bring top business and industry leaders from Latin America and all around the world together for an inclusive growth.

Endeavor- spreading its influence across industries

“Endeavor entails industries representing from education to transportation to e-commerce. It really demonstrates the wealth and talent pool of entrepreneurs all around the world,” said Endeavor’s co-founder and CEO Linda Rottenberg who was heard congratulating the board members for a yet again successful panel outcome.

About Endeavor:

Endeavor, is a global non-profit which was founded in 1998.  The network selects, guides and accelerates the efforts of high-impact entrepreneurs to support them during their critical growth stages and emerge successful global businesses. It aims to give the world its next generation innovators.

Endeavor has helped generate 400,000 new jobs with $7 billion revenues annually.
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13 May 2015

Want To Become A CEO By 30? Follow These 2 Golden Rules

The path to become a CEO may have changed, mainly for tech and internet startups. However, skills you need to become an effective leader remain the same. And therefore, achieving the dream position of CEO at the age of 30 is not impossible when you follow simple rules as discussed in this blog.

Inculcate a team to atone for your inadequacies:

The most seasoned executive also requires a set of people (team) with sane minds. The team plays an important role to remind the leader of core organizational objectives.

For instance, consider Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg of Facebook. Mark leads the product development initiatives, while Sheryl is the more business-oriented type. Both complement each other very well with their respective skills. They work coherently to achieve common objective of building and sustaining a successful company.

Similarly, Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin hired a more experienced Eric Schmidt. This enabled them to acquire crucial management depth afore taking the helms themselves.

Vital Tip- While building a team, don’t search for persons exactly like you. Find the one who will round you out, challenging you to grow.

Embrace intellectual humility
Google while hiring keeps this facet at the forefront. It hires people who have the ability to step back when needed and consider the better ideas of others.

Being humble also lets you listen and learn from others and therefore you grow with a wider wisdom and clearer perception.

So, practice intellectual humility, but do not forget to win.

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