By Tony Rutigliano & Brian Brim
Published May 4, 2011 - "You’ll be most successful at sales if you make the most of who you are. And by that, we mean using your natural talents—the ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving that come naturally to you.”
By Henry Cloud, Ph.D
Published May 4, 2011 - "When a company is designed and operates in ways that are aligned with how people are constructed, it will be like an airplane aligned with the laws of physics that govern force or torque. It will reach the altitude, speed and course that its horsepower allows. But if its design is not aligned, it will fly in circles, stall out, crash, or break apart.”
By Annie Passanisi
Published May 4, 2011 - "This ain’t yo’ momma’s (or for that matter my momma’s) self-help book so don’t get all judgmental. If MacGyver can stop a bomb with a toothpick, we can save the world with happiness. 'Fiction!' you say? It’s even been scientifically proven. You see, it’s all in the technique, my friends.”
By Peter Sims
Published May 4, 2011 - “Our education system places great emphasis on teaching us about facts that are already known, such as historical information or scientific tables, and then testing us in order to measure how much we’ve retained about that body of knowledge. Those skills work perfectly well for many situations, but not when doing something new. Or creative. Or original. They certainly won’t help us invent the future."
By Patrick J. Howie
Published May 4, 2011 - “This manifesto is about creating revolutions. Not big political revolutions, although it could help there too, but revolutions of any size and in any field or industry. It is also about innovating, and how to be better at it and how innovations, properly nourished, are the catalysts of revolutions."
By Peter Sheahan
Published May 4, 2011 - “The world is not short of ideas. It’s not. It is short of people who can execute on them. It is short of people who know how to take their aspirations and make a real impact on the world with them."