Rework ~ the future of work
Every so often you read a book and…”click” many things fall into place! Rework is one of those great books and I highly recommend that anyone who runs a business read it.
Although probably written with the wannabe get-rich-quick Internet entrepreneur in mind, it contains some of the best advice that anyone starting a business can get. Written in a no-nonsense down-to-earth style we are introduced to a new way of setting up, growing and running a successful business. It’s credible because Continue Reading »
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Something looks, sounds and feels familiar about the current stock market activity. It’s all based on fear the journalists and analysts say. And, that appears to be true. But like a rabbit in the headlights it seems that investors don’t know which way to turn. So, I wanted to share two thoughts of wisdom.
Fear is often described as:
When you think of it this makes sense. Who knows anything about tomorrow? But, if we run a doomsday fantasy in our heads then we will also experience doomsday feelings ~ aka feelings of no confidence. So, I guess we need to get people to run more upbeat fantasies. Try love for a change…
Secondly, they say that this is about confidence. Last week I had a coffee with my good friend, John Niland, and John pointed out a very valuable insight. Confidence is not enough… often what is required is Courage.
Thanks John for Thinking Differently for a Change…
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In this exclusive interview with former Apple CEO John Sculley, Leander Kahney outlines what according to Sculley are The Secrets to Steve Jobs’ Success. I’m grateful to Gerry McGovern (another remarkable thinker) for bringing this blog post to my attention.
It’s worth noting Jobs’ remarkable ability to move from Big Picture to Detail and back. This is a key skill in thinking differently…
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Do you trust me?
For a lot of people the past two years was a difficult time and some are still feeling the after-effects. The economic crisis would have been a Continue Reading »
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I can’t believe I’m 35 and only learning this now. NLP should be taught in schools. ~ Glenda Russell, NLP Practitioner 2010
What a week we had with our Continue Reading »
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