Teamwork and Launches

Posted on 28. Oct, 2011 by in Growth, Leadership, Productivity

I’ve been self-employed for over 25 years, working as what’s called a “lone eagle”, i.e., I have no employer (just clients, thank you all very much!), no employees, and only what structure I impose on myself. Fortunately, I’m extremely self-motivated and have made a comfortable (if not lucrative) living over those years. It’s not for […]

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Who Owns Your Information?

Posted on 16. Oct, 2011 by in Growth, Productivity

If you are a denizen of the various social networking sites, I hope you are aware of the battles that are raging with respect to “privacy” settings. Some locations, such as Facebook, have as an overarching philosophy that all information you post should be available to everyone by default, and that it is your responsibility […]

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Why the Other Line Is Likely to Move Faster (video)

Posted on 11. Oct, 2011 by in Growth

This youtube-hosted video is a very engaging and entertaining quick view of queuing theory that provides an eminently practical everyday application.     Questions:  Are you aware of what criteria you use when making decisions?  If so, what are those criteria?  Are your criteria based on emotions or logic?  Do you always use the same […]

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High Expectations, Disappointing Reality. Or is it?

Posted on 05. Oct, 2011 by in Innovation

Apple has successfully transformed itself from its origins as a computer manufacturer into a consumer electronics innovator, manufacturer, and marketing whiz-bang machine.  Witness the often blocks-long lines that await receipt of newly announced products. It’s gotten to the point that just about anything Apple announces sets off a speculation and purchase frenzy unequaled with most […]

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