Bruce H.Rogers and Russ Alan Prince are the co-authors of the just published book Profitable Brilliance: How Professional Service Firms Become Thought Leaders now available on Amazon http://amzn.to/OETmMz...
We are addicted to our thoughts. We cannot change anything if we cannot change our thinking. Your thoughts today create your life tomorrow. Here are twelve destructive thoughts to flush out of your mind.
Michael Dadashi uses his electronics resale business to save lives, literally, by hiring recovering alcoholics to work for his company.Michael Dadashi takes used electronics, cleans them up, recertifies them, and sells them to consumers on eBay or...
Despite the considerable research from psychology and neuroscience, leaders who are clearly deficient in emotional intelligence continue to be recruited, chosen and promoted in organizations.read more...
One of the biggest innovations to come out of the US Space program was the development of a way to manage information across teams that were scattered geographically as well as by discipline and function.
I recently received an email from a former colleague who had changed jobs. "I haven't worked this hard in years and have never felt so valued," she wrote. "What a strange combination. I learn something new every day and am only worried my brain...
It might not be warranted, but you won't get far without it. Don't bother going to that meeting or reading that book unless you can momentarily assume the message comes from a place of goodwill and generosity.
Recognise This! –A truly positive work environment must encourage employees to share the bad news (reality) as well as the good. I’ve written before about positivity psychology in the workplace and the many benefits that can come from it.
The pace of technology is ever-quickening. Feel like your business is struggling to keep up? We do-- It’s no secret that the online marketplace and popularity of e-readers have forever changed our business of bookselling.
Dig your well before you’re thirsty. Harvey Mackay coined that phrase in his best-selling book by the same title. He also taught us how to swim with the sharks without getting eaten alive. But that is a lesson for a later blog post.
Today’s guest post is by Todd Cherches, the CEO of BigBlueGumball. It’s part one of a two part post (stand by for part two next week…). Here’s Todd… There’s an old maxim about not answering a question with a question, so I’m not gonna do that.
Many breakthrough ideas get ignored because business leaders are unable to grasp concepts that don't fit their expectations of what will work within their firm or industry. So how can we avoid these business blind spots?
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