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Maximize Your Potential

      “The best way to predict the future is to create it,” Peter Drucker said. And that’s at the heart of  Maximize Your Potential. It’s the second (after Manage Your Day-to-Day) of a three-part series being developed by 99u. This compact book comes from the folks who don’t want to help us get […]

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Maria Popova: Seven Lessons

        I’m a big fan of the blog Brain Pickings. To celebrate it’s turning seven this week, creator/writer Marie Popova lists seven lessons she’s learned over those years  “in the hope that they might benefit your own journey in some small way, bring you closer to your own center, or even simply invite you to reflect […]

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Re-imagine Work

Dave Coplin starts with a study that says that “71 percent of the American workforce is not happy at work, is disengaged.” In this RSA animate, he asks us to re-imagine work in the digital revolution. While technology is part of the problem, it’s also a tool for the solution. The trouble begins, says Coplin, […]

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Creating Habits through Repetition

  By Tom Peterson It’s through repetition that we rewire our brains. Doing something over and over, no matter how small, has a huge power. In The Power of Habit, Charles Duhigg, says we have a limited amount of will power each day. But after we turn something we want to do into a habit, […]

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Accomplishing through Repetition

        By Tom Peterson How can we pull off that big project or life goal? Mark Twain said, “The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret of getting started is breaking your complex overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks, and then starting on the first one.” Twain is absolutely right. […]

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