Sat.Jan 14, 2012

What Makes P&G Great?

In the CEO Afterlife

I could talk about their brands, their global clout, their sales growth or their stock market value. Not today. The mystical factor that distinguishes P&G from everyone else is people. From 1837 to the present, P&G people have been the company’s sustainable success factor.

10 Tips for Parents on Healthy Discipline

Ron Edmondson

As a pastor, I’m consistently asked about disciplining children. I posted on this previously, but decided to revise it some and post again. There is always special interest in the subject of spanking; whether it was appropriate or not and whether I believe in it or not.

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10 Strategies to Fix the Reason You’re Stuck

Leadership Freak

** Waiting is the reason life hasn’t changed. Waiting seldom takes you where you want to go. You aren’t where you hoped because you haven’t taken steps to get there; you’ve waited. The path to disappointment and dissatisfaction is paved with waiting. Why we wait: Expecting giant leaps. Rejecting incremental progress. Forgetting that certainty is a [.]. Change Courage Fear Personal Growth best future Decisions giant leaps incremental progress Leadership Development

Tim Tebow Should Mentor Justin Bieber

Ron Edmondson

I had a thought the other day…. What if Tim Tebow mentored Justin Bieber? I love intentionality. I love people who use their influence for good. That’s what I see in Tim Tebow. I loved THIS STORY about Tebow’s work with suffering people each week. It’s incredible.

A Case For Being a ‘Nice’ Boss

You're Not the Boss of Me

My uncle, now deceased, used to have a little wooden plaque hanging on the wall of his den. It read, “ It’s nice to be important, but more important to be nice”.

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Josh Linkner on “Defying Gravity” to Achieve Greatness

First Friday Book Synopsis

Here’s a recent post by Josh Linkner at his website. To check out the wealth of resources that he provides, please click here. * * * When the space shuttle takes off, it burns two-thirds of its fuel in the first 20 minutes. The remaining supply is ample for up to two weeks of continued [.].

Saturday’s Quote From John Maxwell

Management is a Journey

A good leader is a person who takes a little more than his share of the blame and a little less than his share of the credit. – John C. Maxwell. Leadership emotional intelligence leadership motivation people skills

Honor MLK By Volunteering Or Leading A Team To Volunteer

Eric Jacobson

As the nation honors Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, January 16, volunteer or make the decision to volunteer in your community. King routinely asked “What are you doing for others,” and January 16th is the ideal day to ask yourself that question.

Articles of Faith: Intentionally Unintentional

Linked 2 Leadership

—————————————————————————– This post is part of our Sunday Series titled “Articles of Faith.” We investigate leadership lessons from the Bible. See the whole series here. Published only on Sundays. —————————————————————————– Have you ever noticed that those who help you the most in life are those who never really intend to help you? In fact, those helpful [.]. Articles of Faith Coaching Corner Servant Leadership Christ God intention leadership linkedin Pastor Religion & Spirituality Twitte

New posts on #ecademy

Rapid BI

Disruptive Innovations that have impacted B2B Marketing Disruptive Innovations that have impacted business & B2B Marketing Looking through some of this data raises some interesting thoughts. Especially that some firms just seem to keep being there. The question is what will be the next disruptive technology or application that will change the way we do [.]. ecademy

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Oh Yes!

Utpal Writes

Oh yes, that’s also a part of our service offerings (although it’s not explicitly. mentioned). Oh yes, we must open three of new branches in new geographies this year (although. my main business is not doing well). Oh yes, we should alter some of our principles to fit the need (although this will. essentially kill the chief motive of the business). Oh yes, I’ll have a dinner with them (although my spouse has to be alone).

Self care isn’t just for breakfast anymore…

Anese Cavanaugh

Just back from SF for the past week where I had a really rich-for-the-spirit week of doing work I love, taking great care of myself, and hanging out with people I appreciate.

The A Body


Art Contrarian features the one body, multiple brands, feature that GM adopted in 1949

Leadership Inspirations – Resistance

Strategy Driven

“It is easier to resist at the beginning than at the end.” ” Leonardo da Vinci. 1452 – 1519). Italian Renaissance painter, sculptor, architect, musician, scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor… You just finished reading Leadership Inspirations - Resistance !

Quote of the Day


I'm just preparing my impromptu remarks. Winston Churchill


Making tough decisions

Lead on Purpose

Making big decision is not easy; in fact it might be one of the most difficult things we ever have to do. The tendency is to postpone decisions as long as we can and put of the pain. At its root the word of decision means to cut off. When you make a decision you go with one thing and leave all the rest behind. Cutting yourself off from other choices is not easy, and that’s at the root of why we tend to put off big decisions.

Samsung's Transparent Smart Window


FutureLawyer , who is always far ahead on all things techie, has a video on the Samsung transparent Smart Window recently featured at a trade show in Las Vegas. Good news: It is close to mass production. You know you want one

The Horror! The Horror!


At Unhappy Hipsters : Alone in the hallway, she cursed the inhumanity of a God who would have her endure another tofu scramble breakfast


First Paragraph


On June 22, 1977, the sixty-seventh attorney general of the United States, John Newton Mitchell, strode onto the grounds of the Federal Prison Camp at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, Alabama, and began serving his sentence for convictions on conspiracy, obstruction of justice, and perjury charges in the Watergate cover-up. It's nice to be back in Alabama," Mitchell told reporters with defiant jocularity. From The Strong Man by James Rosen

Technology's End


Check out this post at Political Calculations. Be sure to watch the video at the end showing the woman who, after using a wheelchair for years, was able to use a new technology to walk

Miscellaneous and Fast


"Mon Oncle" : The trailer. From Britain : A sitcom in real life, complete with Nazi salutes. Freelance Folder : Sales tips for shy people. RocknRolla" : The trailer. The Daily Show talking to Froma Harrop about civility. Nowhere in Africa" : The trailer. Mercedes-Benz has apologized for the Che Guevara ad. Character" : The trailer