Month: March 2015

LaRae Quy

LaRae Quy-Mental Toughness for Women Leaders

LaRae Quy-Mental Toughness for Women Leaders: 52 Tips To Recognize and Utilize Your Greatest Strengths Whether the goal is advancing your career, getting your voice heard, or balancing the demands of work and home, this book will show you how mentally strong women manage their emotions and behaviors in ways that set them up for […]

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Product Management Mischief – Dare to differentiate

In a world of commoditized products and services, it is important to set yourself apart.  While this example is extreme, each time you see one of these little cars in the future, I guarantee you that this one will stick in your mind. I encourage you to dare to differentiate.    Here are some steps […]

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Time Management Mischief: No time to blog

For our loyal readers, I beg your forgiveness for the lapse in writing.  MK and I are busy designing our next success and it has taken us away from the task of blogging. We leave you with this particular piece of mischief, inspired by my favorite vacation – cruising. Have a great weekend.  Next week, […]

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Richard Sheridan

Richard Sheridan- Joy, Inc. : How We Built a Workplace People Love

Richard Sheridan- Joy, Inc. : How We Built a Workplace People Love At Menlo Innovations, CEO and Chief Storyteller, Richard Sheridan has built a culture that removes the fear and ambiguity that traditionally makes a workplace miserable. With joy as the explicit goal, he has changed everything about how the company is run, and has […]

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Ginger Rockey Johnson

Ginger Rockey Johnson- Remarkability

Ginger Rockey Johnson- Remarkability #1: You’re Not Invisible Don’t Let Your Brand Be Either  Being Remarkable and Standing Out is not hard. Just be yourself, you are the only one who can be. But what are the rules of the game? The problem isn’t that there is a lack of knowledge in the business community. […]

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Innovation Mischief – The Word Impossible

Everything is theoretically impossible, until it is done. This quote, by Robert Heinlein, is a challenge to us all to think outside of the status quo. I don’t know about you, but the minute that someone says that something can’t be done, my brain automatically goes into motion to figure out how to get it done. […]

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Innovation Mischief – Why Skunkworks may be your only hope

I read an article today about Why Corporate Skunkworks Need To Die. The article was published last month in Forbes and it was written by Steve Blanks. While I totally understand the premise of continuous innovation that +steve blank makes, I believe that he has missed the fact that in some cases, you just can’t […]

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Life Balance Mischief – Juggling the balls of life

It would be nice if we were made of a substance like one of those really durable, big, fat rubber bands. No matter how much you stretch it, it just continues to expand. But we are not. No matter how capable you are, there is a limit to how much we can pile on without […]

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