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Malcolm Gladwell on the key to success: don't be afraid to look like a fool

I had the chance to sit down with Malcolm Gladwell just before he went on to speak about David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants  1,090 more words

Professional Escapism

Many not-so-professionals have an unduly reliance on escapism but the real professionals do not do it. They –when encountered with fault in their client’s needs– propose an easy way out to put the blame on them. 141 more words

Robert was right

Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance (ZMM: by Robert Pirsig, 1974) remains one of my favourite books.

It’s such a profound treasure that even stating what it’s about is difficult. 1,073 more words

Relational Density in the Classroom

Recently, Michael Pershan has been thinking about why it’s so hard for teachers to share knowledge and ideas. He has been playing with building cases… 840 more words

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Sisters in Success: Hair Luv by Tiffany

That moment you meet someone and you are kindred spirits?! It happened when I booked my first appointment with Tiffany. I considered her my “hair savior” because she “delivered” me from wearing weaves! 341 more words

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My first line...

I am SUPER excited to be posting my first line on my very own blog!!  As a gen-X-er, I might be behind the technology curveball at times… 106 more words

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“Mentorship is not for me” and other mentorship myths

Business mentorship can be a source of support, enlightenment and perspective for all parties associated in the relationship. Mentees will often commend their mentor for helping to both ground them and challenge them to take the calculated risks that will push their business to the next level. 378 more words

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