The Quickest Way to Enhance Any Communication You’re Having

Posted on 25. Feb, 2010 by in Business, Communication, Entreprenuership, Leadership, Managing Talent, Relationships, Remarkability, Writing

If you could find one idea or technique that could quickly and “almost miraculously” transform any communication you’re engaged in–from speaking at a community event to leading a team training or meeting to talking with a loved one to writing a letter or blog post–what would that be worth to you? Or if you could […]

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What’s the Difference Between Mission, Vision, Initiatives and Goals?

Posted on 09. Feb, 2010 by in Business, Communication, Entreprenuership, Goals, Growth, Leadership, Planning, Strategy

I was talking with one of my clients earlier today and we ran into a common problem that most organizations have when they engage in strategic planning–that is, confusion (or agreement) about what individual terms mean. For example, what’s the difference between a mission and a vision? Or what’s the difference between an opportunity and […]

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What You Can Learn From Steve Jobs About “PowerPoint”

Posted on 02. Feb, 2010 by in Business, Communication, Creativity/Innovation, Design, Leadership, Writing

Every CEO eventually has to do a presentation. And that invariably means that you have to use PowerPoint–or if you’re lucky enough to be on a Mac, Keynote (which is way better, by the way). Note: That’s also why “PowerPoint” is in quotes above since Steve Jobs clearly uses Keynote–but you get the point. While […]

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