Idiosyncratic Secrets to Success

I keep seeing this article/interview from Fast Company where a Microsoft executive shares some of the unconventional secrets to her success. Or at least the first four are unconventional: 1) being lazy and procrastinating, 2) using her inbox as a to do list, 3)...

Feel the Burnout?

Summer has barely ended and yet it seems that, despite all of the traditional vacation time during this season, worker burnout is a topic still on the minds of many. First there was a great HBR blog post that makes several good points about the disconnect between the...

Why Expand Your Internal Network?

I spent a significant part of the summer on a project for a large client that has made a concerted effort to invest in executive leadership development in meaningful ways. Now that the project is mostly complete, I want to take the next few blog posts to unpack some...

Yes! Lots of execs struggle with #strategy not for lack of creatvity, but because they can't say No to great ideas. https://t.co/vHg2XfMMXT

The Resulting Fallacy Is Ruining Your Decisions https://t.co/yhBXEKlH2t via @NautilusMag -- Especially good read for lame poker players like me!

First book I finished of the New Year was Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None after a challenge from my daughter. Super satisfying -- here's a link to peak your interest. https://t.co/nVzUdHsEKD

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