Today's Book of the Day is The Loudest Duck, written by Laura A. Liswood and published in 2009 by Wiley. Laura Liswood is Secretary General of the Council of Women World Leaders, which is composed of 72 women presidents, prime ministers, and heads of government. which she co-founded in August 1996 with President Vigdís Finnbogadóttir…
Book of the Day – Gamify
Today's Book of the Day is Gamify: How Gamification Motivates People to Do Extraordinary Things, written by Brian Burke and published in 2014 by Routledge. Brian Burke is an international expert in enterprise architecture at Gartner, where he developed research in fields like gamification, innovation management, and IT strategy. Gamify, by Brian Burke I have…
Holistic approaches to our personal and professional lives are the simplest and most effective ones, yet many try to deal with just one aspect of their issues.
Book Of The Day – Boundless Leadership
Today's Book of the Day is Boundless Leadership written by Joe Loizzo and Elazar Aslan, and published in 2021 by Shambala Publications. The book is a Gold Nautilus Book Award Winner. Joe Loizzo, MD, Ph.D., is a well-known psychiatrist, researcher, and meditation scholar-teacher who bring together neuroscience and contemplative practice to help people cultivate personal…
Your Question Answered – Podcast Pilot Episode
Managing should be inclusive way more than hierarchical or controlling. When everyone feels as an active part of a whole, amazing things can be achieved. I see it quite often, in my business coaching and consulting job: managers who still believe that their job is to have people under their supervision, control, and command. Yet,…
10 Minutes Meetings
It's been over a decade since I use, advocate, suggest, and implement a rule of 10 minutes per meeting. Once you have your goals clear, you can discuss them before the meeting and provide your data and observations to make the meeting effective. We live in a world where it seems that everyone spends his/her…
The secret of success
The secret of every achievement, success, fulfillment is to put our whole body, mind, soul, abilities into whatever we are doing.
How not to get back
Growing abilities, knowledge, skills help you reach your goals, but it takes commitment, responsibility, awareness not to get back.
Trying to improve ourselves is not about spirituality. It represents a natural call to learning, trying, growing, repeating.