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Challenging Beliefs that Erode Workplace Motivation
Jan. 21, 2015 - By: Susan Fowler
“As a leader, you cannot motivate anyone. What you can do is cultivate a workplace where it is more likely for someone to experience optimal motivation. ... the result of satisfying three psychological needs that lie at the heart of every human being’s ability to thrive: autonomy, relatedness, and competence.”
Improvisational Innovation™ Two Words That Will Turn Employee Ideas Into Execution
Jan. 21, 2015 - By: Deborah Perry Piscione
“New ideas and bold bets are essential for the livelihood and survival of any organization ... The methodology behind Improvisational Innovation™ addresses how to identify, source, data-mine and execute upon new ideas from any employee, at anytime.”
The Power of Apprenticeship
Jan. 21, 2015 - By: Nicholas Wyman
“There is a huge shift happening in the United States right now: a return to the time-honored tradition of apprenticeship. ... Modern apprenticeships have countless advantages for employers and the economy on the whole, as well as for anyone, at any stage of life, looking to launch a successful, well-paid, and fulfilling career.”
Launching Billion-Dollar Products: How Extreme Entrepreneurs Bring Successful Ideas to Market
Jan. 21, 2015 - By: John Sviokla & Mitch Cohen
“The qualities that make an idea great get watered down in the process of going live, and the idea developer is rarely involved ... Self-made billionaires, by contrast, view execution as a creative act that is inextricable from the idea itself.”
Stop Living Urgent; Start Living Significant
Jan. 21, 2015 - By: Rory Vaden
“Everything you know about time-management is wrong. 'Try this new app,' we say. Or 'follow this organization system.' And you’ve probably been told a hundred times, 'plan out your week on Sunday night and put some letters by your key tasks.' But time-management isn’t just logical. Today especially, it’s emotional.”
Headfirst into My So-Called Life: Embracing Your Productivity Style to Work Simply
Jan. 21, 2015 - By: Carson Tate
“If you’re reading this article, your efforts to solve your busyness problem have probably not paid off. ... The truth is that the problem is not you. It is how you are trying to overcome your busyness that is the problem.”
Get Rid of the Jerks
Dec. 23, 2014 - By: Dr. Bob Tobin
“What’s the best way to have a better life? Just do this one thing: Get rid of the jerks. Yes, that’s right, get rid of those people who are bothering you, the people who hold you back, the ones who don’t appreciate you, the ones who complain all the time, the ones who are always criticizing you, the ones who drive you nuts, the ones who just tolerate you.”
How To Create Eternal Life In Any Business
Dec. 23, 2014 - By: Noah Fleming
“What if I told you that there is a gold mine of new business that you’re probably missing out on? And what if I told you that these will be the easiest to find, most loyal, and highest grossing customers you will ever find? These are what I call, your evergreen customers. Your evergreen customers are the ones you already have.”
Everything We Know About Great Workplaces is Wrong
Dec. 23, 2014 - By: Ron Friedman, Ph.D.
“Suppose that later this evening, after you have stepped away from your keyboard, put on your jacket, and traveled home for supper, your organizations underwent a magical transformation, reshaping itself into the world’s best workplace. How would you know?”
Get Off the Couch!
Dec. 23, 2014 - By: Roger Connors & Tom Smith
“Almost everyone has experienced collapsing from exhaustion on their metaphorical 'couch' after repeated attempts to solve a problem that feels out of their control ... the point is to not be victimized by your circumstances, but to take accountability for your circumstances and get out there and go do something.”



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