Issue 148 | Published Dec. 21, 2016

Curing the Temporary Dis-Ease of “Too Busy:”  Strategies for Everyday Sanity Curing the Temporary Dis-Ease of “Too Busy:” Strategies for Everyday Sanity
By Flip Brown

Published Dec. 21, 2016 11:00 a.m. - “There are ways to work from a sense of grounded being, of using the awareness of the moment to truly be in the moment, and to be fully engaged without being ‘swept along’ more often than not.”
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Change How You Change: 7 Insights for Faster Positive Habit Formation Change How You Change: 7 Insights for Faster Positive Habit Formation
By M.J. Ryan

Published Dec. 21, 2016 11:00 a.m. - “I’d been reading about a Tibetan Buddhist mind training technique called Lojong, or slogan practice, a set of fifty-nine one line aphorisms you recite as mental antidotes to undesired mental habits. Hmm, I thought, I wonder if his kind of practice could be useful for my clients.”
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The 2017 Trust Outlook™: A Look at the Landscape and Impact of Trust from The Boardroom to the Living Room The 2017 Trust Outlook™: A Look at the Landscape and Impact of Trust from The Boardroom to the Living Room
By David Horsager

Published Dec. 21, 2016 11:00 a.m. - “When corporate and business leaders understand and act on the importance of trust, how it is measured, and how it is built, they will reap tremendous benefits throughout their organizations.”
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The Fifty Percent Solution: One Religion’s Global Impact on Entrepreneurial Women and How to Fix it The Fifty Percent Solution: One Religion’s Global Impact on Entrepreneurial Women and How to Fix it
By Bettina Langerfeldt

Published Dec. 21, 2016 11:00 a.m. - “Although it has certainly become more common to see women launch their own companies, statistics clearly show that the creativity and entrepreneurial potential of women is a largely underexploited source of economic growth worldwide.”
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7 Secrets for Strategic Business Growth  7 Secrets for Strategic Business Growth
By Justin Sachs

Published Dec. 21, 2016 11:00 a.m. - “What are the secrets to growing my business and increasing my revenues strategically?” is one of the most common questions that I’m asked most often by start-up and emerging entrepreneurs. The key here is strategically.”
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The Necessity of Speed The Necessity of Speed
By Jack Zenger & Joseph Folkman

Published Dec. 21, 2016 11:00 a.m. - “Life for a manager inside an organization has an unrelenting pace, with very few occasions when there is uninterrupted time. […] And, no, it is not all right to lock the office door to get all of your work done. Your influence is directly proportional to the quality and frequency of the connections you make through the day. So what can you do?”
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Issue 147

Wake Up, Heretics! We Need You
Nov. 16, 2016 - By: Cort Dial
147 “The climb to taking charge of changing the world is only scalable via bareknuckle, boldfaced heresy. We need more than just leaders in the workforce. We need heroes—and the greatest heroes have always begun their journeys as heretics.”


The Five Keys to Being Fiercely You
Nov. 16, 2016 - By: Jackie Huba
147 “Imagine for a moment … what would happen if you and all the people you know were set free from their fears and were able to embrace a life of exuberance. Can you feel that energy simmering? That spark of excitement, of possibility, is actually power—plain and simple.”


Disrupt Yourself! Create the World You Want with Liminal Thinking.
Nov. 16, 2016 - By: Dave Gray
147 “People talk a lot about disruption these days. In an era where change has become the norm, we spend a lot of time worrying about how to avoid being disrupted by others. We’d be more successful if we learned how to disrupt ourselves.”


In Defense of the Gray Area
Nov. 16, 2016 - By: Phillip Barlag
147 “For countless cultural reasons, Americans have long associated the phrase with defeat. Yet, ‘I don't know’ is not an end, but a beginning. It is not a failure but an opportunity. ‘I don't know’ is a launch pad for deeper investigation.”


Failure Drives Success
Nov. 16, 2016 - By: Dr. Stan Beecham
147 “There is no success without failure. Success is what you do after you fail. The people in my life who have become great successes have also suffered through quite a few failures. Those who avoid failure or try to help others avoid failure are really just impeding their progress.”



Issue 146

Analytical Marketing Will Deliver for Your Customers
Oct. 5, 2016 - By: Adele Sweetwood
146 “While moving the revenue needle is still a critical benchmark for many modern marketers, our positions are no longer solely about supporting a sales team with the basics. Marketing tactics have become more sophisticated, but our roles have really been redefined by the value of one word: data.”


Design IS Business (Why the World Needs Leaders with the Skills of Designers)
Oct. 5, 2016 - By: Lisa Kay Solomon, Patrick van der Pijl, and Justin Lokitz
146 “Design is a disciplined approach to discovering, identifying and capturing value. The good news? Design is a teachable discipline—it has its own process, its own tools and its own way of working. It just hasn’t been taught to most of us.”


How To Build A Strong Mind
Oct. 5, 2016 - By: Terence Mauri
146 “What is it that enables leaders to persevere through seemingly insurmountable challenges that at first seem to exceed our limits? Make a list of leaders you admire and who have made a difference in the world. They could be living or dead. The chances are they all have one outstanding quality in common: they are bold.”


How Leaders Can Master the Art of Accountability
Oct. 5, 2016 - By: Jonathan Raymond
146 “Every business leader agrees that accountability is an essential ingredient in a healthy organizational culture. Which makes it all the more striking how little training there is out for leaders and managers on how to do it well. The cost to teams and organizations is high and widespread.”


“Bankers Are 'Only' Motivated By Money” (And Other Ways Organizations Domesticate Us)
Oct. 5, 2016 - By: Todd M. Warner
146 “At the core of domestication is how organizations teach people. Organizations 'train' people not through their learning programs, but through the ways they work and the assumptions that abound in their social system.”



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