The 15-Minute Workday

This is one “From the Vault”. First Published  November 5, 2003 in the Coach’s Notes Newsletter This week’s article takes on special significance as we view recent events in both our own and our clients’ businesses and lives. A common theme I hear time and again is “overwhelm” – job, family, life – you name it … Read moreThe 15-Minute Workday

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Getting S*** Done

My personal approach to Getting S*** Done is simple, even minimal. It requires very little planning, prevents over-thinking, and is driven by eliminating rather than adding. I follow the lead of Charlie Munger, the right-hand man of famed investor Warren Buffet. Munger is a proponent of ‘inversion’ – a strategy that looks at problems in … Read moreGetting S*** Done

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Monkey Brain and Gratitude

People keep asking when I’ll write the book. Maybe they think that writing it down might tame the insanity that keeps leaking out in our conversation.

Nah. I don’t think that will work. If anything, it will just encourage the emergent madman.

So, I just decided to let it out in front of a camera. Probably a bad idea, but what the heck.

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I love those guys!

Part of the price of watching some of our favorite television programs or events – even on services like Hulu – is that you have to wait through the “limited commercial interruptions ” (“limited” being a purely subjective term in this case). I respond to these commercials the same way I do with broadcast TV: I know EXACTLY … Read moreI love those guys!

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