It was the moment when Leonard Dicaprio got his Oscar that I realized he never won an Academy Award before—not once, not twice, not three times, but four times nominated, sat there, in front of cameras, in front of millions of audience, then watched the award go to others.
We all had those moments: we don’t always get what we want. We lose. We fail. Even when we worked hard for it.
Another 5.6 million subscribers in the last three months, expanding to 130+ countries, Netflix is unstoppable.
I never had cable, but I have been a loyal customer of Netflix for years.
That got me thinking: how many businesses are in this position?
Just think how many new shows are canceled mid-season on cable networks because they don't have enough viewers.
Netflix, on the other hand, releases the whole season at once, never worried about viewership.
I first heard Trump's name from "The Apprentice". Now I see election news about him just about everywhere.
He sure doesn't appear to have a pleasing personality, and I can't say I would like him as a person.
But I admire him as a successful businessman. Not many people can make a building worth more just because their name's on it.
Some may argue that his success comes from the money he inherited. It sure gave him a leg up.
It seems that everyone set goals for 2016, determined to REALLY make them happen this time. We've heard advice like "write down your goals" "be specific" "set a deadline" everyone swearing these magic formulas are gonna to make the new year your bitch. Well, few ever works.
Gym memberships are surging, just like last year, and the year before that. Well, few people make it through January.