Issue 169 | Published Oct. 10, 2018


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Issue 168

Using Learning to Engage, Compete, and Succeed
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Published Sept. 19, 2018 - By Kelly Palmer & David Blake

“If you aren’t ready and willing to learn every day and keep up with a rapidly changing world, you can’t and won’t stay competitive. Gone are the days when you could graduate with a four-year degree and feel secure that you had learned everything you needed to know to stay relevant for your entire career.”

Prepare for Your Lucky Break
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Published Sept. 19, 2018 - By Randy Komisar

“When I started, I felt that my hard work and a modicum of intelligence would propel me to certain success. Simply put one foot in front of the other. But living in the Silicon Valley casino has changed my view.”

Business Must Make Life Better
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Published Sept. 19, 2018 - By Richard Hardyment

“We desperately need a more human form of capitalism that places people at its heart—whether that’s farmers supplying raw materials, factory workers creating goods, or shoppers buying and consuming products and services. We need business to embrace a wellbeing purpose with an audacious ambition: to make life feel better.”

The Presentation of Data Graphics In Everyday Life
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Published Sept. 19, 2018 - By Kristen Sosulski

“From smart cities to smart phones, data graphics facilitate both the exploration of data and the presentation of it. When used with integrity and purpose, data graphics have the potential to help us, as humans, make sense of this intensely data focused world. Yet, the current state of data graphics is that they are often overused and underwhelming.”

What Makes a Change Maker a Change Maker?
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Published Sept. 19, 2018 - By Amy Radin

“Economic and social stability depend upon innovation. The friction of capital and information, and the impediments that used to be caused by distance, time, and space are gone, but getting from imagination to execution continues to be full of challenge. Change makers close the gap between napkin-back idea and real-world impact.”

Lessons From The Road: Bringing Musicianship and Performing Into The Office
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Published Sept. 19, 2018 - By Todd Pasternack

“Have you ever looked at the way bands and music artists operate—at various levels of success—and found parallels to the ways that businesses need to constantly innovate, grow and empower their teams to get the best out of them? … There are more connections than you may think.”


Issue 167

The Art of Influencer Bartering
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Published Aug. 8, 2018 - By Brittany Hennessy

“It may seem like everyone has a blog, or a social channel they want you to follow, and that’s because it’s true. It has never been easier to turn your expertise into a revenue stream and becoming an influencer will help you do just that.”

Success: What Gets Measured Gets Managed
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Published Aug. 8, 2018 - By Adebola Alabi

“Why do some succeed, while others failed, why are some so far behind in the game of life while others are well ahead? Why does it seem like everything goes very well for some while others appear to be struggling in everything they do? What does it take to become a champion? Can anyone win in the game of life and become as successful as they desire?”

Why Routines Matter
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Published Aug. 8, 2018 - By Todd M. Warner

“Most people who work in large organizations do not have the ability to design their own habits, or routines; their work lives emerge from the environment that they work in, and the forces—operational, hierarchical, and functional—that exert themselves on their daily lives. Successful people in these environments, we’ve found, have routines that are distinct to their social systems, and these routines differentiate their performance.”

Perseverance Is the Biggest Talent
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Published Aug. 8, 2018 - By Norma Hopcraft

“I may be more talented at dogged perseverance than I am at creative writing. It doesn’t matter. I have to write. If I don’t, Franz Kafka’s quote comes true: 'A non-writing writer is a monster courting insanity.' So I’ve bird-dogged my goal: to keep out of the asylum and instead to benefit the world as my Higher Power wants me to do.”


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