Richie Norton on The Power of Starting Something Stupid

Rajesh Setty

It was great way to start the second half of 2013 with a phone conversation with Richie Norton , the author of The Power of Starting Something Stupid. entrepreneurship Leadership Main Page fear interview pride procrastination richie norton starting something stupid This is Richie’s second book (after Resumes are Dead and What to Do About It ). Richie shared with me that the book was the result of his quest to find out what makes some people successful.

On Stupid Ideas

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Community Involvement Self Leadership In a battle between two ideas… the idea that wins is the one with the most fearless heretic behind it. Seth Godin, Tribes I recently completed The Power of Starting Something Stupid by Richie Norton with Natalie Norton. Community Involvement Self Leadership Commitment government ideas Leadership Development risk Stupid Ideas

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Dave Bratcher

It is based on a study reported in the Harvard Business Review IDEACast , from a research team which included Cassie Mogilner ( @cmogilner ) of Wharton School , Zoe Chance of Yale , and Michael Norton of Harvard. Improved Leadership – Whether you are in a position of leadership officially or not, people are watching. Get your copy of Picture Book Manifesto on Leadership by leaving your best email address below. Need more time? Try giving it away.

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4 Ways To End Destructive Pride

Tanveer Naseer

The following is a guest piece by Ritchie Norton. The data overwhelmingly concluded that the greatest companies had what Collins called “Level 5 leadership.” Richie Norton is the founder and CEO of Global Consulting Circle, a Hawaii-based boutique international business development company. Why do so many people, businesses, marriages, and even entire empires fall? We’ve probably heard the proverb “Pride goeth before a fall” but could the answer really be that simple?

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