Entrepreneurial Words of Wisdom

Martin Luther King Jr. once said: "If you can’t fly, then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward." Whether you are facing challenges as an entrepreneur, professional, student, athlete, or any combination of the above, these 10 quotes will remind you that while "ambition is the path to success," "persistence is the vehicle you arrive in."

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Infographic: 15 Tools to Combat Procrastination

Team Mojo loves infographics; especially infographics about productivity, or in this case, the destruction of productivity's arch-nemesis--procrastination.  We all procrastinate every day.  However, as Entrepreneur's infographic explains, we can train our brains to discount procrastination in favor of productivity in fifteen different ways, such as: "swiss-cheesing" our tasks by completing them in tolerable chunks, changing our perspectives from "I have to do this" to "I get to do this," setting realistic goals, and more.  Check out the…

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What the heck are Choline and Acetylcholine, and why are the folks at Mental Mojo so keen on boosting them?

#176639410 / gettyimages.com Let’s Break it Down Choline is a chemical precursor or “building block” for Acetylcholine. Choline and its metabolite Acetylcholine are necessary for cholinergic neurotransmission as well as proper and efficient brain function. Acetylcholine is a neurotransmitter found in both the Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems. Rather than engaging in direct synaptic transmission between specific neurons, it acts as a neuromodulator on a variety of neurons throughout the nervous system. Acetylcholine plays an important role in…

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7 Habits That Boost Productivity (besides Mental Mojo)

There are many ways to skin the entrepreneurial cat.  This article discusses seven of them that are utilized by successful young entrepreneurs to boost productivity, creativity and focus.  From creating a regimented schedule, to taking nature walks, to  hot/cold contrast showers every morning to boost clarity and alertness, there are definitely a few unfamiliar gems in here that are worth your time.  

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Sleep: The Ultimate Study Aid?

Everybody knows that sleep is vital physiologically, but research suggests that many ambitious folks sacrifice it too willingly to gain an academic edge.  Specifically, all-nighters have their place when you get backed into a logistical corner, but science tells us that a consistent study/sleep pattern is the only way to optimize our cognitive potential.  That being said, there are ways to game the system such as staying up late before a math test (and sleeping in to…

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People = Power

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor once wrote: "Virtue in obscurity is rewarded only in Heaven. To succeed in this world you have to be known to people."  And it is universally agreed that Dale Carnegie's book "How to Win Friends and Influence People" is the single most powerful set of networking principles ever articulated.  Here they are in the form of a one page summary. 

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10 Pearls from Management Virtuoso Peter Drucker

“Meetings are by definition a concession to a deficient organization. For one either meets or one works. One cannot do both at the same time.” For this and other pearls of wisdom from famed management virtuoso Peter Drucker, check out this article that curates 10 of his best. 

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Wednesday Wisdom: RPG Game Boosts Brain Better Than Lumosity

We've all seen the advertisements for Lumosity, an online service that purports to enhance cognition utilizing a principle known as neuroplasticity (the idea that the adult brain can grow and change with certain types of activities/stimuli). Unfortunately for Lumosity, a recent study revealed that gamers casually playing Portal 2 (an RPG game) achieved more positive cognitive benefits than Lumosity users. Either Lumosity's product is not as good as the company claims, or online gaming is not as…

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What is Alpha GPC?

In simple terms, Alpha GPC is a memory enhancer. This active ingredient in Mental Mojo is also known to reduce oxidative stress and is a natural precursor to acetylcholine, a powerful neurotransmitter.   WebMD, explains the mechanism by which Alpha GPC reduces oxidative stress on the brain and delays age-related cognitive and memory decline. Nootropics.com further explains how Alpha GPC boosts levels acetylcholine, and how that in turn enhances learning, memory, and other cognitive functions.

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Motivational Books

Striving to be an entrepreneur, businessman, artist, journalist...? Or perhaps you're simply pondering your future. Check out this list of books in this article for some motivation! ”If you can't, you must. If you must, you can.” - Tony Robbins

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