HBDYWI... How bad do you want it?

How bad do you want it? It’s a question you need to ask yourself before taking up anything. How bad do you want to get ahead? How bad do you want that promotion, that job? How bad do you want to get (back) in shape? Are you willing to do…
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Personal brand and personal brain

You are what you tweet. How to work on your personal brand online, throught Fast Company. Using social networking to build your professional brand. I’m not sure if I’d follow the advice to “find five new people to follow or connect with…
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Steve Jobs on marketing & identifying your core values

Next to the products, Steve Jobs also drove the marketing of Apple relentlessly forward. Click here to read the article and see the presentation on how he talks about getting the company back on message, after he took the helm of the company…

Five years later...

Posted this in 2006.. Not much seems to have improved. The way of the future indeed.
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One more argument against multitasking

We may think we multitask, but in reality we switch-task, and it's not doing us any good, according to an article at HBR.   The author of the article stopped multitasking, and discovered six things: First, it was delightful. Second,…


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Excellence is a habit

Six keys to being excellent. We are what we repeatedly do. If you want to be really good at something, it's going to involve relentlessly pushing past your comfort zone, along with frustration, struggle, setbacks and failures. Here is some…
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Personal social media strategies

Harvard Business Review has an interesting article on personal social media strategies. The first example in the article really drives it home. Even if you don't have a social media strategy yourself, or are not active on social media, others…

“Bosses Overestimate Their Managing Skills” .. really?

Good advice: "It doesn't matter what industry you're in. People have blind spots about where they're weak," says Scott Erker, a senior vice president at DDI, which conducted the survey in September. link at WSJ.  
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Gamedesign… it’s come a long way since Pong and PacMan.

Amazing how the gaming industry has evolved over the past years. Below is a part of the making of the new Call of Duty Black Ops by Treyarch.