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Archive for May, 2010

How much are you missing in life?

May 27, 2010
How much are you missing in life?

We often think life is passing us by. I think that’s not so. Instead, we pass life by. WAKEUP! How can we be so unconscious? This post passes along a social experiment showing just how asleep we all seem to be.

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A First Trip to China

May 18, 2010
A First Trip to China

For many of you, this is “old hat.” For me, I just returned from my first trip to China and I was quite taken with the warmth, generosity, industriousness and curiosity of the people I met. Admittedly, I was extremely lucky to be squired around the country by a native Chinese colleague who knew all […]

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Blaming others.

May 14, 2010
Blaming others.

A colleague was complaining that “Obama is bashing business” and it wasn’t fair. He plans on punishing those who don’t support business by “voting the %^$*#&’s out of office.” I don’t see it that way. What I see is that business owners and C-suite folks need to think about this a bit more. Here’s why. Successful […]

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Peanut butter . . . first or last?

May 11, 2010
Peanut butter . . . first or last?

When you eat peanut butter might give you a hint of how your task management prioritizing goes as well.

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Down the rabbit hole . . .

May 6, 2010
Down the rabbit hole . . .

Down the rabbit hole of relativity, quantum physics and business practices in the changing economic reality. How far down that rabbit hole would you like to go?

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Economy of knowledge

May 4, 2010
Economy of knowledge

Why is it that we seem to have to keep learning the same lessons over? Oh, I’m not talking about each of us as individuals, although that is sometimes true for us too. I’m talking about our organizations. We seem to keep solving the same problems that have been solved before; either internally or externally. […]

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