Saying Less, Asking More, and The Coaching Habit
Over at LinkedIn and Medium, I’ve posted my chat with Michael Bungay Stanier, author of the new book, The Coaching Habit. Take a look! Click here for the Medium version. Click here for the LinkedIn version.
Is Your Business Fit?
For me, fitness is everything. Having been woken up a few years ago to the fact that I might not be as fit as I thought I was, it figures centrally in life. It requires more than simply eating right and exercising…two things that many people struggle with. It demands a mental discipline that few people are equipped […]
The Art of the Start 2.0: Interview With Guy Kawasaki
Coming from an author, you may find this strange: I have very few hardcover books adorning my office library any more. I’ve become an e-reader. The only books I keep are signed editions…they are meaningful gifts, and I’d never dream of donating them to my local library the way I have with all the others. […]
The Art of Social Media: Interview with Guy Kawasaki
Guy Kawasaki needs no introduction. He’s the original Apple evangelist, turned ultimate evangelist. From the art of startup to artisanal self-publishing, Guy takes his current endeavor to a level of artistry. Ten years ago, anything resembling what we now know as social media was a blip on the typical web surfer’s radar screen. Now everyone […]
Leadership Vertigo: A Chat With Tanveer Naseer
Whenever I travel to speaking engagements or strategy/innovation sessions, I try to connect with people with whom I’ve had some sort of idea exchange. Last week I traveled to Montreal to keynote at a large quality conference, and my schedule permitted me the time to meet up with Tanveer Naseer, coauthor of a unique leadership […]
HOOKED: Nir Eyal on Habit-Forming Products
If you look at a photo of a crowded New York City sidewalk at rush hour today, and compare it to one from, say, eight years ago, you’ll notice a big difference. While some of the people in the first photo may be looking down, in the photo taken today, everyone would be looking down […]