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Successful People Do Tough Things

CEO Blog

Yesterday, my run seemed hard. (I I tend to push myself and rarely do an easy workout). What kept me going was the thought "discomfort precedes success". In that case, health would be the success. One mantra I have used "Successful people do tough things". It all ties to delayed gratification. But I recently visited my 95 year old inlaws.

The Quest for Global Dominance:: A book review by Bob Morris

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Straight Talk

You're Not the Boss of Me

I happened across a movie the other day called Straight Talk. It made me smile. It brings clarity to confusion. It values truth. It builds trust.

Getting China and India Right: A book review by Bob Morris

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Getting China and India Right: Strategies for Leveraging the World’s Fastest Growing Economies for Global Advantage Anil K. Bob's blog entries Anil K.

The Track Team that Leaps (and LEAPs)

Steve Farber

Track coach, Mark Tremayne , of Hilliard Darby High School in Hilliard, Ohio has created a team that Leaps. Inspire A udacity: Audacity is courage!

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Scripture Memorization, Week 26

Ron Edmondson

We are nearing the end of our look at what’s been called The Roman Road, a handy tool of verses helpful in explaining salvation to someone.

How is your idea generation routine generating ideas?

Jason Womack

Are you on the path to make your best better? If you are, in fact, how far along are you in that process? Yeah, just 12. What about the bigger picture?

I'm Back

Execupundit

Having stayed at one of the few hotels in America with questionable Internet access, I have been unable to post until now. Am recovering from the withdrawal pains

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Peter Drucker’s Recommendations for Summer Reading: Five Management Classics

First Friday Book Synopsis

I receive countless requests for summer reading suggestions and when I offer them, the frequent response is, “Haven’t heard of them. Are they bestsellers? I’m only interested in the best ever.” Well OK, but a majority of the bestsellers (whatever the year) are neither the best ever nor even the best that year. Like sparklers, [.].

Man and the Whirlwind

Execupundit

As I drove through a small town in a remote part of Arizona, a huge dust devil blew across the highway. I slowed down to avoid it and could see a person, clad in a white t-shirt and blue jeans, trying to outrace the whirlwind. He was able to elude the main part and get into a store building before it hit. All of the cars behind me slowed as well.

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Do You Want to Win the Battle or the War?

Self Help Zen

Not all conflicts can be averted. Not all conflicts are disastrous. When you accept these two truths, your approach to your communication will change. If you build a conflict-liberal organization, you focus more on the real problem that needs to get resolved, rather than engaging into the fixed ways of managing the conflicts.

Mini Saga #99 – Transformation

Rajesh Setty

Change is hard. It’s harder when you are on the one who is supposed to change. Mini Saga #99 – Transformation. Note: 1.

Do You Want to Win the Battle or the War?

Utpal Writes

Not all conflicts can be averted. Not all conflicts are disastrous. When you accept these two truths, your approach to your communication will change. If you build a conflict-liberal organization, you focus more on the real problem that needs to get resolved, rather than engaging into the fixed ways of managing the conflicts.