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Dear Liz, I almost always run out of questions at job interviews. When the interviewer asks me “Have any questions for me?” and I don’t have any questions, I can see the disappointment on their face. I
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Your leadership all starts with your integrity. In fact, it starts and ends with your integrity. If you do not have integrity, no one will follow you. And if no one follows you, you are not really leading.
Watch one TED talk, and you have a factoid to share with a friend at a bar. Watch over 100 TED talks across several years — as I have, obsessively — and you begin to think a little differently about the
If Tony Robbins told you to jump off a bridge, would you do it? Marc Benioff would. He did. Benioff first discovered the self-help guru as a 28-year-old. The aspiring entrepreneur was working at a big
He was gone. I heard the final, awful rattle, the ragged, gasping breath that I couldn’t help thinking was full of his angry, determined desire to beat this impossible thing that had happened to him. taken
It's a term based on Marcus Buckingham and Curt Coffman's 1999 bestselling management guide "First, Break All the Rules." The coauthors were Gallup analysts at the time and drew insights from 25 years
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There's no question about it: TED Talks have raised the bar sky-high for what's considered a memorable and compelling business presentation. That being said, there are a handful of TED Talks speakers talented
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Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.- Thomas A. Edison Where does the decision to "try just one more time" originate? What quality
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When Mike Perez began adding vegan dishes to his diet last year, he thought he was only doing it so he could support Cafe Gratitude, the plant-based organic restaurant he worked at in San Diego and Los