You've got to optimize itBy Todd Ordal
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The power of friction
Although at first it might seem desirable to create a business environment without friction, it’s a big mistake. Without friction, issues go unresolved ...
Courage to pick up the phone
They say that public speaking is scarier than death for most people. Standing up and putting yourself on the line is so intimidating most won' ...
Specialty foods: Going to market
Specialty food company owner Clay Meers had a hankering for hot sauce his whole life. “I’ve been eating green chilies as long ...
Restoring light to the mind’s dark places
Robin Williams was not alone when it comes to experiencing the dark prison of the mind that plagues thousands of people every day. Whether it ...
The futurist: A liquid network of ideas
Unlike our not-so-distant-past, the world’s most important information is no longer solely in books. Whenever a great idea forms in our head, we ...
Try really listening
Do you talk too much? I do – it’s one of my weaknesses. I often try to make my point by giving examples ...
Suffering from sales amnesia?
Many times, there is a big gap between knowledge and translating that knowledge into action. This is the much written about topic of the knowing-doing ...
Executive wheels: Subaru’s Mary Poppins mobile
Recently, I had the opportunity to drive the 2014 Subaru XV Crosstrek Hybrid and again I was enthusiastic because I have seen them on the streets ...
GenXYZ 2014: 25 Most Influential Young Professionals
Just try reading about this year’s 25 Most Influential Young Professionals without a little envy and a lot of astonishment. Really, how did they ...
The futurist: Six massive global trends
Even though this 1964 warning of a Triple Revolution registered little more than a tiny blip on the radar screen of history, computers have dramatically changed ...
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