Posts Tagged ‘Jonathan Fields’

Hear the winners of the 2011 Business Book Awards

January 11, 2012

800 CEO-Read have just announced the category winners of their business book awards. Three of the winners – Roger Martin, Jonathan Fields and Gary Vaynerchuk – were contributors to the End Malaria project. Check out their books, which are excellent, and listen

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How Uncertainty fuels success

September 28, 2011

I’m a lover of paradoxes. Some of the ones that seem to be waving and laughing at me right now are I’m more connected and more lonely than ever How do I slow down so I can speed up I

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My new book isn’t a book

September 7, 2011

My new book, End Malaria, launches today. It’s a collection of 62 brilliant people – everyone from David Allen to Brene Brown, Danielle LaPorte to Chris Guillebeau, Tom Peters to Gina Trapani – sharing their best insights, strategies and tips

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My new book trailer

September 6, 2011

Tomorrow is the big day for my new book, End Malaria. I’m happy to give you all a sneak peek of what it’s about (which will explain why we’ve got such an usual title and, more importantly, how buying it

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Intimacy & uncertainty

August 9, 2011

Jonathan Fields, a friend and a mentor, has a new book coming out in September. I’ve read it – a bonus for being a friend of his – and it is powerful, useful stuff on how our brain craves certainty

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9 Quotes That Make The Difference

June 16, 2010

I’ve been collecting quotes for, oh I don’t know, forever. I guess I’m inclined to the aphorism. Give me Emily Dickinson over Tennyson, give me a haiku over an epic. One of my first entrepreneurial ideas – this would be

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“I feel a very unusual sensation. If it is not indigestion, I think it must be…” (Great Work quote)

March 1, 2010×5/8-hour-flight-delay-good-vs-great-work-etc/

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My Great Work office

February 21, 2010

My friend Jonathan Fields recently gave us a tour of his office. I thought I’d follow in his footsteps and show you how I’ve set up my office – and the tools and structures I use to do more Great

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