Issue 134 - Published Oct. 14, 2015
Why Social Media Doesn’t Create Social Intelligence Why Social Media Doesn’t Create Social Intelligence
By Jeremie Kubicek

Published Oct. 14, 2015 10:00 a.m. - “Social media doesn’t create social intelligence. In fact, the more socially connected we are virtually online, the greater the risk of creating social dysfunction in our actual lives.”
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A Big Idea: Big Ideas Don’t Work (A Manifesto for Thinking Small) A Big Idea: Big Ideas Don’t Work (A Manifesto for Thinking Small)
By Craig Wilson

Published Oct. 14, 2015 10:00 a.m. - “Big marketing ideas don’t work. Principled, character driven decision-making does. It’s what drives long-term sustainable customer relationships."
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Organizational Sabotage: How to Spot It, and How to Stop It Organizational Sabotage: How to Spot It, and How to Stop It
By Robert M. Galford, Bob Frisch & Cary Greene

Published Oct. 14, 2015 10:00 a.m. - “Someone is sabotaging your organization. Not deliberately. But that doesn’t matter. The damage that this person is causing is just as bad, and maybe even worse, than it would be if he or she planned it.”
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Future You: The Owner’s Manual Future You: The Owner’s Manual
By Bill Jensen

Published Oct. 14, 2015 10:00 a.m. - “Rather than add to all the hyperventilating about the coming disruptions that will radically impact how you live, work, and play, the most helpful Future You Owner’s Manual must focus on the choices you will face and how you make those choices.”
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Give Not Until It Hurts, But Until It Feels Great Give Not Until It Hurts, But Until It Feels Great
By Jenny Santi

Published Oct. 14, 2015 10:00 a.m. - “So many of us have convinced ourselves that giving should be a sacrifice, an act of moral responsibility that renders itself null when we derive any joy from it. But why?”
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Think Big, Act Bigger, and Do It Your Way—Because You Can! Think Big, Act Bigger, and Do It Your Way—Because You Can!
By Jeffrey Hayzlett

Published Oct. 14, 2015 10:00 a.m. - “The key to thinking big and acting bigger for any person and any company of any age or size is to own who and what you are because you can. Do you believe you can? That’s the first of all the essential questions you must ask to think big and act bigger and own who you are and everything you do.”
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