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From Procrastination Myths To Lessons In Failure: This Week's Top 5 Leadership Stories

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This week, we learned some myths about procrastination and how to gracefully escape an overly talkative coworker.   Here are the stories you loved in Leadership for the week of July 6. If Inbox Zero sounds completely unachievable, you aren't alone.

How I Stay Inspired (Personal)

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Robin Sharma shares 5 of the practices he runs to keep his inspiration levels at their peak.

From The Jobs of the Future to the Habits of The Likeable People: May's Top 10 Leadership Stories

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This month we put a lot of focus on the future of the workplace from how customizing design by department can boost morale throughout the office to how the office itself is disappearing.   Here are the stories you loved in Leadership, for the month of May 2015. This mont

Four Daily Habits Of A Good Boss

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Consistency is key, and a strong leader stands firm in what they practice. Each day, great people wake up and follow a specific personal routine that pushes them to be the best entrepreneur possible.

The Difference Between Dreamers and Doers

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In many ways, setting goals is similar to dreaming of success – goals are desired outcomes. But achieving goals (and with them, success) is infinitely harder and more complex. While many things on the road to success like Estée Lauder’s are beyond your control, how you apply

Defying Perfectionism

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The Value Drawbacks of Living as a Perfectionist… Perfectionism… “To be, or not to be?” That is of course the ultimate question, and there are certainly arguments for and against it. Those who support perfectionism may tell you that it’s a measure of thei

10 Ways to Keep Your Employees Motivated to Participate in Content Marketing

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For the past few years, I’ve been talking quite a bit here on The Sales Lion about the power of Insourcing. Simply put, I feel most companies are grossly under-utilizing their existing employee base to produce content—be it text, video, or audio. In order to overcome this issue and he

How To Run a Meeting

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From: hbr.org   By: Antony Jay  
“@HarvardBiz: Our archive pick this week is Antony Jay’s classic “How to Run a Meeting.” http://t.co/Q0dODP2qPt http://t.co/LUPhh8JPC9” Why have a meeting anyway? Why indeed? A great many important matters are quite satisfactorily conducted by a single individual who consults nobody. A great many more are resolved by a letter, a memo, a phone call, or a simple conversation between two people. Sometimes five minutes
From: searchenginejournal.com By Debbie Miller
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Which is more effective when it comes to re-using hotel towels : "Save the environment " or "Join your fellow guests in saving the environment"?  Turns out the second message gets significantly better results, because it uses "Social Proof",  Dan Pink says that “When we try to predict people’s behaviors, we always over weight the importance of personality and underweight the

Ricardo Semler: Radical wisdom for a company, a school, a life

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From: www.youtube.com  
I added a video to a @YouTube playlist http://t.co/VlbiLa7Wzw Ricardo Semler: Radical wisdom for a company, a school, a life What if your job didn’t control your life? Brazilian CEO Ricardo Semler practices a radical form of corporate democracy, rethinking everything from board meetings to how workers report their vacation days (they don’t have to). It’s a vision that rewards the wisdom of workers, promotes work-life balance — and leads to some deep insight on what work, and life, is really all about.

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From Procrastination Myths To Lessons In Failure: This Week's Top 5 Leadership Stories

fastcompany's picture
This week, we learned some myths about procrastination and how to gracefully escape an overly talkative coworker.   Here are the stories you loved in Leadership for the week of July 6. If Inbox Zero sounds completely unachievable, you aren't alone.

How I Stay Inspired (Personal)

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Robin Sharma shares 5 of the practices he runs to keep his inspiration levels at their peak.

From The Jobs of the Future to the Habits of The Likeable People: May's Top 10 Leadership Stories

fastcompany's picture
This month we put a lot of focus on the future of the workplace from how customizing design by department can boost morale throughout the office to how the office itself is disappearing.   Here are the stories you loved in Leadership, for the month of May 2015. This mont

Four Daily Habits Of A Good Boss

fastcompany's picture
Consistency is key, and a strong leader stands firm in what they practice. Each day, great people wake up and follow a specific personal routine that pushes them to be the best entrepreneur possible.

The Difference Between Dreamers and Doers

vsquare's picture
In many ways, setting goals is similar to dreaming of success – goals are desired outcomes. But achieving goals (and with them, success) is infinitely harder and more complex. While many things on the road to success like Estée Lauder’s are beyond your control, how you apply

Defying Perfectionism

richardbranson's picture
The Value Drawbacks of Living as a Perfectionist… Perfectionism… “To be, or not to be?” That is of course the ultimate question, and there are certainly arguments for and against it. Those who support perfectionism may tell you that it’s a measure of thei

10 Ways to Keep Your Employees Motivated to Participate in Content Marketing

marcussheridan's picture
For the past few years, I’ve been talking quite a bit here on The Sales Lion about the power of Insourcing. Simply put, I feel most companies are grossly under-utilizing their existing employee base to produce content—be it text, video, or audio. In order to overcome this issue and he

How To Run a Meeting

Recommended by: Anandmahindra
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From: hbr.org   By: Antony Jay  
“@HarvardBiz: Our archive pick this week is Antony Jay’s classic “How to Run a Meeting.” http://t.co/Q0dODP2qPt http://t.co/LUPhh8JPC9” Why have a meeting anyway? Why indeed? A great many important matters are quite satisfactorily conducted by a single individual who consults nobody. A great many more are resolved by a letter, a memo, a phone call, or a simple conversation between two people. Sometimes five minutes
From: searchenginejournal.com By Debbie Miller
Recommended by: Balaji Pasumarthy
Which is more effective when it comes to re-using hotel towels : "Save the environment " or "Join your fellow guests in saving the environment"?  Turns out the second message gets significantly better results, because it uses "Social Proof",  Dan Pink says that “When we try to predict people’s behaviors, we always over weight the importance of personality and underweight the

Ricardo Semler: Radical wisdom for a company, a school, a life

Recommended by: Balaji Pasumarthy
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From: www.youtube.com  
I added a video to a @YouTube playlist http://t.co/VlbiLa7Wzw Ricardo Semler: Radical wisdom for a company, a school, a life What if your job didn’t control your life? Brazilian CEO Ricardo Semler practices a radical form of corporate democracy, rethinking everything from board meetings to how workers report their vacation days (they don’t have to). It’s a vision that rewards the wisdom of workers, promotes work-life balance — and leads to some deep insight on what work, and life, is really all about.