Don’t know about you, but I’m always in the market for productivity help. Don’t have an assistant. Have enough attention deficit to always be interested in something just outside my peripheral vision, and love learning about new things. Potentially a
Ever think about the concept of "forfeiting the future"? Sometimes when I read a line it almost causes a shiver. Check out this line from Hamel’s, The Future of Management. Sometimes the real hurdle to renewal is not a lack
Today was the day that the decorations came out of their boxes. Hard to sit out on the patio on that day. So instead, I took charge of the front yard. I’ve been looking forward to wrapping the dwarf palms.
Gary Hamel’s newest is in the briefcase right now. Interesting stuff. I have to say I really enjoyed Leading the Revolution. The Future of Management is off to a great start. Already quite a few ideas that will lead to
Tomorrow’s the day! Hope you have a great one! In the meantime, there’s lots to do around here to get ready. I’m already hungry for the great Greenberg Turkey. Nothing says "Thanksgiving" like the smoky, peppery taste of Greenberg. Well,
Don’t know if you’ve caught this yet, but there’s an interesting and FREE podcast of the sessions from the recent Personal Branding Summit. Some really good stuff on here. I listened to Phil Gerbyshak’s talk this morning. Very helpful. If
Got a tip today about a new weekly blog post that Marshall Goldsmith is doing over at Harvard Business Online. Ask the Coach will feature Goldsmith’s answers to reader’s questions. Looks like a good one to subscribe to!
What do you give to your customers? Ever thought about it? Oh, I know you’ve thought about it…but have you ever really thought about the intangibles that you give them? And I know this doesn’t apply as obviously to all
Can you change on your own? Really? Can you really change without someone else being involved? I think for most of us the answer is "no". The truth is that most of us need the help of other people if
The Hollywood Tower of Terror. Nothing like a freefall down an elevator shaft to awaken your senses. The view at the top’s not bad either!