Just Do This. Four Steps to Undo What Stops You and Get On With It Now.


What’s the one thing you feel you absolutely must do before you die? What stops you? Maybe there is one huge thing for you. Maybe there are a few. Maybe you’re still not sure. Most if not all of us have something we really want to do that we’re not doing… something that takes more than one step and more than five minutes to complete. And it’s uncanny how often these undone things are directly linked to what matters most to us. Day after day, week after week, month...

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Success has 2 personalities: Why you need both


In last week’s post, I asked you to define your success formula and score yourself at the end of the week according to how your activities added up. (If you didn’t see that post, have a quick look and create your own personal formula for success now.)   This week I have four questions for you. What’s your formula? How did you score? Is it working? If not, what’s missing? Success is something you must define for yourself. For the relief worker, it’s saving lives....

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how do you measure success?


On an ever-rising sea of email junk and advertising, I always welcome arrivals from CSRwire (The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire). The latest, which I received yesterday, raised an excellent question, which got my attention. This question – “How do you measure success?” – was the theme of last week’s Business and Society Forum 2010, held at Bloomberg Television headquarters in New York City, and hosted by The Aspen Institute and the Stern School of Business NYU....

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