Super entrepreneur Erik Bergman made 50 million Euros before turning 30. Now he is building Great.com, a company that will give away all its profits to charity.
Erik has a strong vision of how organisations will look in the future. Lots of new ideas, none of which he has tested before.
Together with his long term friend, the first employee of Great, Emil Ekvardt, “Becoming Great” is exploring personal growth and the challenges of startup life.
We probably all agree that governments can be a force for good. When well-managed, they protect our rights. However, issues arise when government intervention skews markets.
The Heartland Institute promotes market solutions to difficult social and economic problems in the USA.
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If your confidence is low, you will have so many regrets. You will be too afraid to start that business, you will not tell that person you love them, and you will let people walk all over you.
We learned that confidence is not something you are born with, confidence is a skill - a skill that you...
If you are suffering from overthinking, envy, comparing yourself with others, procrastination, or fear of failing - you most likely have the same problem as we've had - you are emotionally poor.
Being emotionally poor has been the source of most of the pain both me and Erik have felt in our...