If you were absolutely sure that a major unplanned-for event is rolling toward you in time—something that will affect you profoundly—what would you do before it happened? How would you prepare for what you cannot predict? What would you do,
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!
I’ve been thinking about the process of getting to there (my way of talking about vision or the preferred future). In the last two weeks I’ve been wrestling with the idea of where am I really; aware that without an
Yesterday I was working on what is an important idea: Do you know where you are…really. And it is really important. Earlier this year I wrote about getting from here to there, kind of using the metaphor of having a
Here’s the question: Do you know where you are…really? I’ve been thinking about this for the last week or so. Here’s the thing. Unless you are able to figure out where you really are, you’ll never really have a chance
If you’re around me for any time at all you’ll find out that I love to learn from all fields. If you look at my library, it’ll jump out right away. I really believe that if you’re not reading broadly…and
What are your strengths? What are you really created to do? What do you do really well? All of these are very relevant questions. In many ways these are the questions that determine the satisfaction level of your life. Why?
Questions are at the heart of really great thinking. We have a tendency to believe that answers are at the heart…but the truth is that questions determine so much. Ask the right questions and you find the right answers. Ask
One of the most helpful and challenging books that I’ve wrestled with in the last couple years is David Allen’s Getting Things Done : The Art of Stress-Free Productivity. Potentially transformational. Difficult to apply. Worth every moment of effort. One