Can you be vulnerable at work? Can you be vulnerable at work? Can you be vulnerable at work?

Posts Tagged ‘ Seth Godin ’

Can you be vulnerable at work?

Seth Godin legendary business thought leader and major ruckus creator said this: “Everyone you interact with is changed forever. The only questions are, how will they be different, and how different will they be.” Think about how profound that statement is. The way you choose to show up each and every day, regardless of the position you hold, impacts not only your life but also the lives of everyone you come into contact with. This doesn’t mean that in order to be a good leader you have ...

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Looking for a good book? What I read and loved in 2015

If you have read my articles for a while, you will know I love a good book. Ok, let’s get real – I am completely obsessed with books. I have thousands of them in my house, piled up on every available surface. I buy them even when I know I won’t get to read them for months. I even have more than a few that have been on my shelf for a year or longer, unread (but waiting for me patiently, as books do). It’s a love affair really. Being a strategist, writer, and a PhD ...

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8 ways to bust your creative blocks at work

Feeling creatively stifled? As you get stuck into your work this week, no matter what you are actually doing (working for someone else, setting the world on fire in your own gig, climbing a mountain – well ok, maybe not that one), have a think about how creative you are feeling. Are you in a creative rut? When was the last time you really made something new? So many of us find ourselves in that rut a good chunk of the time – even those whose job it is to create (that would be me). ...

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Four books I’m loving right now

I am constantly being inspired by what I read. To be honest, I’m a little obsessed by books. Any format, most genres, can’t get enough. And I’m asked all the time ‘what are you reading now?’. It’s never a singular answer, as my bedside is never without a pile of at least ten titles, and I have books scattered across every surface in my house. So for your reading pleasure, here are four books I am loving right now. The Icarus Deception: How High Will You Fly ...

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