Manifestos tagged with Art


The Art of Significance: Achieving The Level Beyond Success
July 10, 2013 - By: Dan Clark, CSP, CPAE
“We achieve success by doing what is necessary to get what we want, but often end up in a completely different physical and emotional place than we thought we would be. It’s like the pilot who, because his course was off by just one degree, by the time he returned to the same longitude was lost”
How Self-Doubt Makes Leaders Better
March 13, 2013 - By: Steven Snyder
“In those unsettling moments when you find yourself standing at the outer edge of all that is known and familiar, the uncertainty about how best to move forward can open wide the gateway to self-doubt. How you respond in those moments can accelerate your development as a leader.”
You—According to Them: Accelerating Career Success By Understanding—and Boosting—Your Reputation
Jan. 16, 2013 - By: Sara Canaday
“‘Reputation’ is not a line item we can find on a corporate income statement. But honestly, it should be. Instead it’s lurking in there, living pervasively below the surface of the carefully calculated revenues and expenses.”
Forget Today: Start at the End
Jan. 16, 2013 - By: Dave Lavinsky
“In business, as in everything else, you need to have a clear vision of where you want to go. Then, and only then, can you create a plan to follow to get you there. The key is to “start at the end.” Figure out where you want to go. And then you can reverse engineer the path to get there.”
Cure the (Self-Inflicted) Chaos First
Aug. 8, 2012 - By: Karen Martin
“More than 80 percent of improvement efforts fail to make a discernible difference in overall business performance, regardless of the improvement methodology in use. The reason isn’t a flaw in the methodologies, but a flaw inside of companies.”
Stop Selling and Start Storytelling
April 11, 2012 - By: Jason L. Baptiste
“Successful entrepreneurs are never selling, and always storytelling. Throughout this manifesto, I want to focus on how an entrepreneur can use storytelling to persuade four key constituents that can ultimately make or break their startup—the press, team members, customers and investors.”
Blending Art & Science To Create More Effective Ideas
Dec. 7, 2011 - By: James Trezona
“Blending art and science is about collaborating in ideas generation: the inter-relationship is critical, you can’t have one thing without the other. A bunch of code or data is just a bunch of numbers without the art.”
The Third Screen: Why Mobile Is a Game Changer
June 8, 2011 - By: Chuck Martin
“We’re in the midst of a revolution bigger than the TV or PC and businesses of all types and sizes will be faced with how to deal with it. Not only are many businesses not ready, others are totally unaware."
The Micropreneur Manifesto: How to Stay Solo, Bleed Passion, and Build Products that Matter
March 9, 2011 - By: Rob Walling
“Micropreneurs are agile, inspired, independent, knowledge seekers who can't live with the 9-to-5 status quo. If this resonates with you, read on. This manifesto attempts to distill the key points you'll need as you begin your micropreneur journey. I learned every one of them the hard way.”
Business Intelligence vs. Human Intuition & Why You Should Welcome The Robot Overlords
Oct. 6, 2010 - By: Garth Sundem
“In the weird, wild world outside the Petri dish, the correct decision is not always the right decision. There's disconnect between the robot logic of business intelligence and human intuition of right and wrong."



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