Tag Archives: Innovation

Google’s Oxygen and Coaching

There are some things in life where recipes are hard to follow. What works for some is counter-productive for others yet there is no argument that hearing about others’ experiences expands not only the knowledge but one’s point of view. … Continue reading

Enchanting Learning

Guy Kawasaki needs no introduction. His latest book, “Enchantment” explains when and why enchantment is necessary, and describes its three pillars: likability, trustworthiness, and a great cause. His visual note of a speech he gave at the South by Southwest … Continue reading

All We Are Saying…

I am not impartial. I have to make the comment and disclosure up front. As one of the judges on the jury of the Athens Startup weekend, I spent the last 3 days with some brilliant and inspiring young men … Continue reading

The Piano, the Staircase and the Escalator

Please watch the video. Persuasive, effective, influential…Who wouldn’t want to be more of all of the above? Think of the power, the exhilaration, the “high” of having that kind of an effect on people. So, what could you do? Sometimes, … Continue reading

Carrot-And-Stick No More

Carrot-and-stick: The phrase reminds me of my elementary school principal who used to walk around playing with a wooden ruler. No, he was not an arithmetic kind of a guy, passionate to indoctrinate all of us third and fourth graders … Continue reading

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