By Barry J. Moltz
Published April 9, 2008 - “Failure is valuable only when we realize it is a normal part of the business process even when there always isn’t something to learn. So it does not hold us back.
The real fear and pressure in this whole process is not brought on by our competitors or other outside people. It mostly originates within us. The biggest fear we have is that someone i
By David Rendall
Published April 9, 2008 - "My experience as an individual, consultant, parent and leader indicates that efforts to fix weaknesses are ineffective. Furthermore, I believe that the goal of being well-rounded is both undesirable and impossible to attain. The purpose of this manifesto is to explain why I believe this and to offer a better alternative.
By David Meerman Scott
Published April 9, 2008 - “You and I are incredibly lucky.
For decades, the only way to spread our ideas was to buy expensive advertising or beg the media to write (or broadcast) about our products and services. But now our organizations have a tremendous opportunity to publish great content online—content that people w
By Francis Wade
Published April 9, 2008 - "As working professionals across the world, we all want the same things when it comes to time management. We want to feel a certain peace of mind that comes from knowing that our affairs are in order and that we’ve not forgotten something that might jump up later to give us a nasty surprise.
We also wa
By Robert Rosen
Published April 9, 2008 - "In Prehistoric times, saber-toothed tigers and other wild animals tried to make primitive man their meal, before he made a meal out of them. Out of this anxiety-ridden society, a built-in coping mechanism was burned into our genes—the fight or flight response. In today’s business world, leaders face a moder