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This is a quote of Tony Hsieh, Zappos CEO, as related by Hugh McLeod. Hugh continues: “Work and personal life seems to meld together in a way that can be either enhancing or debilitating – and it is up to … Continue reading
The quote on this picture I encountered in internet by chance struck me. Indeed it is a great risk of spending your life not doing what you want on the consideration you can buy yourself the freedom to do it … Continue reading
I loved this Gapingvoid cartoon by Hugh McLeod. Remember first why Complex is not the same as Complicated. According to him, Complex is intrinsic. Something is complex if it involves a lot of moving parts, even at its most basic. Complicated is … Continue reading
“Victory awaits him, who has everything in order – Luck we call it. Defeat is definitely due for him, who has neglected to take the necessary precautions -Bad Luck we call it” – Roald Amundsen. Amundsen is known to be … Continue reading
In the post “What’s Your Brand of Courage“, Danny Iny insists upon the different brands of courage: either the fiery exuberant type, or the day-to-day persistent type. Which one is the most effective? Except in a few occasion (which should … Continue reading
We live in a world of ever increasing immediacy. This tends to change significantly the way we behave. We can’t spend a few minutes without watching our devices! In social networks, our posting history is soon unavailable, after a few … Continue reading
I stumbled upon this quote from Om Swami: “When your life has more memories than ambition, consider yourself old“. Om Swami goes on: “When all you have to talk about is how you did this in the past or how … Continue reading
Too often we praise critics instead of praising those that go down in the arena to do things – real stuff that is, that can change the world. As Theodore Roosevelt so well said: “It is not the critic who … Continue reading
Cutting through complexity and simplifying complexity is a key value proposition for organizations and individuals. That’s why good consulting or coaching is about simplifying complexity. One of the most elegant ways of achieving this result is to find the organization’s … Continue reading
What is actually good consulting or coaching? As a professional consultant and coach it might be time that I ponder on that question! Reflecting on my most successful and satisfying moments, I can relate them to AHA moments for my … Continue reading
According to Simon Sinek, what makes the difference for great organizations – and great leaders – is that they know their ‘Why”. It is from their purpose that they derive how they do things and what they do in detail. … Continue reading