Posts Tagged ‘possibilities’

Are you getting rusty?

June 12, 2013

In case you missed the newsletter yesterday… The periodic table is one of my favourite things. I can imagine Dmitri Mendeleev playing around with the 56 known elements of the time, trying to figure out a system that would make

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Gina Amaro Rudan

Gina Amaro Rudan, Practical Genius

April 27, 2012

Gina Amaro Rudan teaches that genius is something you can choose. She is the founder of Genuine Insights, an organization whose mission is the leverage the genius within each person and organization. She’s also the author of Practical Genius: The

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Lynda Gratton

Lynda Gratton, The Future of Work

May 24, 2011

I’m thrilled to be talking with Lynda Gratton, the Professor of Management Practice at London Business School. She is one of the world authorities on people in organizations and a significant influence around thinking about how people show up at

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Neil Pasricha

Neil Pasricha, 1000 Awesome Things

May 17, 2011

Neil is a fellow Torontonian and the author of a totally fantastic blog, 1000 Awesome Things. Topics covered include: bakery air, finding money in your pocket and cool moms. This month his second (NY Times Best Seller) is out, The

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Kate Griggs, Xtraordinary People

May 4, 2010

I’ve known many people who have had to wrestle with dyslexia. Family, friends, work colleagues… the struggle is not just in being wired a different way from what’s ‘normal’ but that it’s so easy to be given the label ‘failure’,

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Penelope Trunk

Penelope Trunk, Brazen Careerist

February 10, 2010

The tag-line for Penelope Trunk’s blog is ‘advice at the intersection of life and work’. That’s good, but quite frankly it undersells what Penelope does. For one thing, she’s the founder of Brazen Careerist, a social network which helps young

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Seth Godin, Myth of the Individual Hero

February 9, 2010

I don’t know for sure, but I’m guessing Seth Godin’s blog is the most read in the world of business. In his blog, just as with his numerous and excellent books, (Linchpin, Tribes, Purple Cow etc.) Seth has an unparalleled

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