In Business As in Life, You Don’t Get What You Deserve, You Get What You Negotiate
There are more than 100 biases (188 according to an exhaustive infographic⁴). I’m going to focus on five common biases, share what they are, and how to avoid them.
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Photo by David Travis on Unsplash This year, I’ve had the pleasure of listening and reading over 50 books. Here are some of the best quotes without any particular order. Surround yourself with people who remind you more of your future than your past. — Dan Sullivan Over the years, I’ve learned that a confident … Continue reading Top 21 Quotes from my 2019 Reading List
This year, I’ve had the pleasure of listening and reading over 50 books. Here are some that I highly recommend reading in 2020.
Follow your ikigai. There is a passion inside you, a unique talent that gives meaning to your days and drives you to share the best of yourself until the very end. If you don’t know what your ikigai is yet, your mission is to discover it.
I recently came across Dave's simple guidelines for building a better workplace culture. It was published for internal use only, but I don't think it hurts to share it here as a note to myself 🙂 Here is the list: 1. Think first of the other fellow. This is THE foundation — the first requisite — … Continue reading Dave Packard’s 11 Simple Rules
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In going through Antifragile, I pulled out key takeaways across all the chapters that I will re-read periodically. I give those to you now and highly recommend that you get the book. But if you’ve only 5 minutes, read this instead.
I just finished reading One Minute Manager. Deceptively simple, and measurably effective, the secrets of one-minute management will help you boost profits, productivity, and purpose immediately. I wanted to share the management principles that spoke to me and might speak to you as well. I give those to you now and highly recommend that you get the book. But if you only have a minute, read this instead.