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It’s All About Perspective

May 4, 2011 | Lifestyle, Personal Development, Tapping Potential

On Sunday I completed the Big Sur International Marathon in California. After the race, I was lucky enough to bump into Jesus Carlos, the winner of the race. We shared race times (his – 2:20, mine – 5:54), talked about the spectators and ...

Are You Running Forward, or Running Away?

Apr 21, 2011 | Career Management, The Leap

Guess what?  The recruiters are starting to call again. This is positive news.  The recession has created perhaps a historic level of employee discontent.  Pay has been flat or decreasing for many.  Companies have cut benefits.  Boss’s have gotten away with bad behavior.  Promotions have been ...

Fate

Apr 19, 2011 | Personal Development, Tapping Potential

It seems that there are certain things that happened in my life, that had they never occurred, my life could not have possibly turned out as it did. Equally, there are other things I desperately wanted, that had they actually come true, would have taken me ...

Meeting Objectives

Apr 14, 2011 | Career Management, Personal Development, Re-Imagine Work

“I consistently deliver on my pre-defined objectives.  I am able to routinely accomplish what is expected of me.  On time, on spec. Clockwork.” These are the comments of a proud worker.  And there are many of them.  In fact, nearly all of you.  The research conducted ...

3 Surprising Things I Have Learned Starting a Company – the Second Time Around

Apr 12, 2011 | Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Productivity

In July, I joined two former Fortune 500 CEOs to launch a new business – training CEO succession candidates for the world’s most significant companies, utilizing dozens of current and former CEOs as faculty.  The launch has had its share of ups and downs, changes ...

Suck It Up! (and other life lessons)

Apr 7, 2011 | Personal Development, Popular Psychology

In January, I was entering the heavier end of the marathon training schedule.  Longer, more frequent runs.  Very long runs every other Saturday.  I grew increasingly less confident, and increasingly scared. Then, I got injured. I sprained my calf during a 12 mile run.  Not ...

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