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Why Monk Mode is the Secret to Insane Productivity – Fast Company

Why Monk Mode is the Secret to Insane Productivity – Fast Company

By Drake Baer (based on a LinkedIn post by Greg McKeown) The most prod...

The 30 Second Habit With A Lifelong Impact

The 30 Second Habit With A Lifelong Impact

What follows is a beautiful Essentialist practice in a gorgeous piece writt...

The Disciplined Pursuit of Less

The Disciplined Pursuit of Less

Why don't successful people and organizations automatically become very...

How Your Nice Boss May Be Killing Your Career

How Your Nice Boss May Be Killing Your Career

Chris spent years working for a supportive, encouraging manager at a major ...

Next Time You Don’t Want To Go To A Meeting, Do This

Next Time You Don’t Want To Go To A Meeting, Do This

The good news was I was at the World Economic Forum for Latin America in Me...

Two Phrases That can Change Your Life

Two Phrases That can Change Your Life

To develop meaningful and mature relationships at work or at home we need t...

How To Design Your Life’s Mission Into Your Career

How To Design Your Life’s Mission Into Your Career

When web designer Ben Blumenfeld was working for a major TV network, he was...

How to Say No Gracefully

How to Say No Gracefully

Saying no to a senior leader or customer seems almost unthinkable, even lau...

If You Don’t Prioritize Your Life, Someone Else Will

If You Don’t Prioritize Your Life, Someone Else Will

"A 'no' uttered from the deepest conviction is better than a 'yes' merely u...

The Most Important Hour Of Your Life

The Most Important Hour Of Your Life

An executive called me up a few months ago in existential pain. He had spen...

Reduce Your Stress in Two Minutes a Day – Harvard Business Review

Reduce Your Stress in Two Minutes a Day – Harvard Business Review

Bill Rielly had it all: a degree from West Point, an executive position at ...

Two Questions to Ask Yourself Every Morning

Two Questions to Ask Yourself Every Morning

I recently spoke at a conference in Silicon Valley and I was pleased to sta...

How To Simplify Your Life In 5 Minutes A Day

How To Simplify Your Life In 5 Minutes A Day

The situation for many of us is that life is fast and full of opportunity. ...

The Simplest Way to Avoid Wasting Time

The Simplest Way to Avoid Wasting Time

I recently met with a capable executive who is passionate about his work an...

Why Being a Perfectionist Can Hurt Your Productivity – Harvard Business Review

Why Being a Perfectionist Can Hurt Your Productivity – Harvard Business Review

Do you ever “back door brag” about being a perfectionist? http://you...

The Magic of Being in Monk Mode

The Magic of Being in Monk Mode

A year ago I sat in bed late at night, wide awake. I was tired but unable t...

The Top 3 Networking Mistakes Capable People Make

The Top 3 Networking Mistakes Capable People Make

At a recent networking event in Silicon Valley I was struck by how such eve...

If You Don’t Design Your Career, Someone Else Will

If You Don’t Design Your Career, Someone Else Will

A client once responded to one of my questions by saying, "Oh Greg, I am to...

The No. 1 Management Mistake

The No. 1 Management Mistake

A friend of mine is an executive for an organization with global reach. He ...

One Thing Productive People Do Before Reaching For Their Phones

One Thing Productive People Do Before Reaching For Their Phones

In a recent study reported in TIME magazine, people check their phone on ...

The Difference Between Successful And Very Successful People

The Difference Between Successful And Very Successful People

I recently met with a capable and driven executive and asked him, “How ar...

The #1 Career Mistake Capable People Make

The #1 Career Mistake Capable People Make

I recently reviewed a resume for a colleague who was trying to define a cle...

The Three-Word Problem That Can Destroy Your Life

The Three-Word Problem That Can Destroy Your Life

We have a problem—and the odd thing is we not only know about it,...

The One-Word Answer to Why Warren Buffett and Bill Gates Have Been So Successful

The One-Word Answer to Why Warren Buffett and Bill Gates Have Been So Successful

When Bill Gates first met Warren Buffett, their host at dinner, Gates’ mo...



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