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America’s #1 Success Coach Jack Canfield sits down with Lewis Howes of The School of Greatness, for an interview about the Success Principles that have built his life, work, philanthropy, and mindset. The interview overs: • How The Success Principles takes the inspiration from Chicken Soup books and shows you HOW • His tips for
-by Maria Popova of Brain Pickings: To not have entirely wasted one’s life seems to be a worthy accomplishment, if only for myself,” wrote Charles Bukowski in his magnificent letter of gratitude to the man who helped him quit a soul-sucking day job to become a full-time writer. But the quest to find one’s calling
A great selection of infinite wisdom, from our friends at LinkedIn: I wish I’d known sooner that success isn’t defined by who goes the longest without vacation. Arianna Huffington President and Editor-in-Chief at the Huffington Post Media Group I’m lucky my future wasn’t doomed by my foolish actions at 22. Everyone needs a second chance.
by Coach-Benoit Foucher I’ve been asking myself the Big Question: Five months ago, I decided to reassess my own coaching career by asking myself the forever-in-your-face, simple, yet profound question: “What do I really want now?” The answer both surprised and inspired me at the same time: I want to coach bold and crazy men
by Marc de Jong, Nathan Marston and Erik Roth for McKinsey Insights It’s no secret: innovation is difficult for well-established companies. By and large, they are better executors than innovators, and most succeed less through game-changing creativity than by optimizing their existing businesses. Innovation and Creativity: In this engaging presentation, McKinsey principal Nathan Marston explains
by Jennifer Randolph for ivyexec.com When the economy fell into recession, many jobs disappeared. As employment rebounded, those eliminated positions did not return. Instead, companies restructured and leveraged technology to do more work with fewer people. Left out of the hiring or re-hiring pool, many experienced workers have found they must reinvent themselves or re-imagine
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