Manifestos tagged with Change


Change How You Change: 7 Insights for Faster Positive Habit Formation
Dec. 21, 2016 - By: M.J. Ryan
“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.”
The Five Fatal Mistakes of Startups
Dec. 17, 2015 - By: Henry Kressel & Norman Winarsky
“It’s natural to expect that many young companies fail, but what’s remarkable is that in an overwhelming number of times, they fail from avoidable mistakes. … This is a manifesto about the company killers that every CEO needs to avoid.”
Solving The Wrong Problems: Why Behaviors Don’t Change In Organizations
Sept. 16, 2015 - By: Todd M. Warner
“Organizational success seems to breed inertia and a status quo that is self-destructive. The stability that organizations establish in the name of efficiency and operating protocol domesticates employees, and sets in place a web of factors that conspire against behavioral change.”
A Manifesto for Planet and Progeny
Aug. 5, 2015 - By: Henry Mintzberg
“The dogma of Communism was exorcised in Eastern Europe in 1989, only to be replaced by another one. Today the world is haunted by the spectre of an ‘economic man’ and his form of capitalism, seen as the be all and end all of human existence. We shall have to stop the be all before it becomes the end all—of our planet and our progeny.”
Social Drive: How You Can Create Positive Change, Right Now
Aug. 5, 2015 - By: Paul Shoemaker
“I don’t want to do anything to deter anyone from believing there is power in the group, in the network. I’m not a fan of false, egotistical, self-centered ‘heroes’ either. But I do believe that the positive social impact one person can create has never been clearer, stronger, and more urgent.”
Don’t Block Up the Hall: Bob Dylan’s Advice on Climate Change?
Feb. 19, 2014 - By: Leidy Klotz
“In perhaps his most influential civil rights era song, Bob Dylan asked senators and congressmen to “please heed the call.” ... But Dylan went on to warn these leaders: ‘Don’t stand in the doorway, don’t block up the hall.’ His sage advice to allow other contributions is now as relevant as ever.”
8 Tips for Managing Your Personal Brand
Sept. 12, 2012 - By: Rodger Dean Duncan
“Face it. For good or ill, you have a personal brand. In fact, in the eyes of others, you are your personal brand. ... Your reputation is your brand. Your brand is your reputation. And it makes a world of difference in every relationship you have.”
Practically Radical: Four Simple Truths about Leading Change and Making a Difference
Jan. 19, 2011 - By: William C. Taylor
“We are living through the age of disruption. You can’t do big things if you’re content with doing things a little better than everyone else or a little differently than how you did them before."
Change is the New Constant: Leading Organizations That (Can) Thrive in Crises
Nov. 3, 2010 - By: Alan Lewis
“Most organizations believe they are not working as well as they used to. They blame the rapid and unpredictable changes that are going on around them. But many of them have failed to grasp one fundamental truth: CHANGE IS THE NEW CONSTANT.”
DREAM, DARE, DO!
July 6, 2010 - By: Ben Tiggelaar
“Everybody has dreams regarding work, relationships, health and personal development… But what does it take to go from Dream to Dare and, eventually, Do? What are the secrets of real and lasting change?”

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