Monthly Archives: April 2009

A Simple Tool for Purposeful Work

  In their book, A Bias for Action: How Effective Managers Harness Their Willpower, Achieve Results, and Stop Wasting Time (2004), authors Heike Bruch and Sumantra Ghoshal summarize 10 years of research into managerial behavior in a wide range of … Continue reading

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What is success?

“What we see depends mainly on what we look for.”– John Lubbock What do I want? This simple yet powerful and surprisingly difficult-to-answer query reveals much about both personal and business vision. Your answers reveal how clearly you have defined … Continue reading

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Can Coaching Reduce College Cost While Increasing College Success?

More isn’t always better. Especially when it takes 5 to 6 years on average for American college students to graduate with a 4-year college degree, and each year costs another $15,000+ for tuition, fees, room and board alone (at an … Continue reading

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