I’ve been looking forward to digging into Go Put Your Strengths to Work: 6 Powerful Steps to Achieve Outstanding Performance by Marcus Buckingham. Not sure if you’re down with Marcus or not…but he’s zeroed in on an area that is
I’m a fan of Albert Einstein. Just a fascinating character. Whether you’re a fan or not, you need to check out The Albert Einstein Approach to Successful Blogging. It’s not really about blogging…just applies 5 important principles that explained Einstein’s
How do you identify, recruit and develop new leaders in your organization? There are lots of ideas on this one. Some would say that leaders are born. That they are what they are and you really can’t develop an ordinary
Never thought I’d see the day. Two new phones on the same day…and Debbie’s getting into setting up ringtones and pictures on her new Razr! What’s next? The 4 Horsemen?
If you’ve read The Tipping Point or Blink, you need to check out Paul Dunay’s great interview with Malcolm Gladwell. Really, really interesting and VERY applicable to what all of us do. For example, speaking about the power of new
We’ve talked at length about the importance of clarifying the win—shorthand for being clear on what you are going to call success (one of Peter Drucker’s most important questions). For anything to really succeed you must first reach a kind
Ok…don’t know if you’ve seen the new Apple website…but this is a really cool change. You can check it out right here!
A new book came in the mail this week. Looks like one that really has potential. How: Why How We Do Anything Means Everything…in Business (and in Life), by Dov Seidman. Ever heard of him? Me neither. I find some
One of the great distinguishing characteristics in life is the ability to ask good questions. Some people may have it from the gate. Most of us have to learn to do it. Most of us are much more inclined to
So here’s the question of the day: What is the secret to obtaining results? According to Peter Drucker the secret is not in identifying the wrinkles in your current plan. It’s not in Six Sigma or TQM. It’s not even