Don’t Join This Revolution!!

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There’s a revolution afoot.  It is big.  It is global.  And it’s going  to change everything, for the better. You can not join this revolution.  There is nothing to join.  No leaders, no organization, no followers, no enemies. But you can be this revolution.  The power of this revolution lies within you and everyone else. […]

How to Build a New Habit

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“Our character is basically a composite of our habits. Because they are consistent, often unconcious patterns, they constantly, daily, express our character…” –Stephen R. Covey We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle You’ve been there before, I’m sure; we all have.   You want to […]

Top Business Books: Career Edition

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Following up my post about classic business books, here are my picks for excellent sources of career inspiration. These help one get over the main, faulty assumptions about jobs and careers that strangle would-be pursuers of their passions and life work. What Color is Your Parachute? by Richard Bolles. This perennial is popular for a […]

Guess what? Leading change is really hard!

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Read the cover story of the May 2005 issue of Fast Company: Change or Die. When you read that changing people’s behavior is difficult–really, really difficult–are you more shocked or are you more relieved? As a leader, do you see this as sad news or is it justification of what you’ve always known? Either way, […]

The best way to get a job.

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How do you find and land a great job? A great job is one that  suits you, rewards you, lets you offer your best to the world…and pays the bills! There are many paths to landing a great job.  The one I’ve outlined works well and is more likely to get you a great job. […]

Top Business Books: Career Edition

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Following up my post about classic business books for an Insightful Leader, here are my picks for excellent sources of career inspiration. These help one get over the main, faulty assumptions about jobs and careers that strangle would-be pursuers of their passions and life work. What Color is Your Parachute? by Richard Bolles. This perennial […]