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[13 Oct 2010 | 7 Comments | ]
Getting Results the Agile Way – Perfect Gift For Holidays

J.D. Meier of SourcesOfInsight.com recently published his book


Apple iPad(16GB, Wifi)
Getting Results the Agile Way: A Personal Results System for Work and Life in printed version. The book is available completely for free online at www.GettingResults.com.
If you are still wondering what gift to buy for the holidays to your friend, wife, son,  colleague, or anyone who’s dear to your heart look no further.
It’s my secret weapon that helped me to get promoted twice, take names with customers, get networked with key people, avoid stress and burn out, hit my numbers and …

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[9 Sep 2010 | 5 Comments | ]
Job Frame – Decision Tool For Aspiring Candidate

Got few job offers on your table? Pick the one that will help you grow.
Here is how to decide?

Career, Consulting »

[23 Mar 2009 | 7 Comments | ]

The School is over for Consultant. Time for Education. Any Consultant can walk but good Consultant hits the ground running. He runs and get educated on the run. How does the consultant know he runs on the right track?
by Giango Lunghibarbe

To clearly answer this question he needs to answer another simple question – “What do I give?”
In their book First, Break All the Rules: What the World’s Greatest Managers Do Differently Marcus Buckingham and Curt Coffman suggest asking this question to make sure you made progress advancing from …

Career, Time Management »

[13 Mar 2009 | 13 Comments | ]

Stumbled on the article at businessweek.com called Readers Voice Their Workplace Problems. It discusses workplace problems identifying work-life balance (WLB) as #1 issue. I am all for WLB and I am constantly looking for a ways to improve. Look what other accomplished people can teach you about practical approach for load at home and at work.
by cpt.spock

This is what they say:

Career, Consulting »

[23 Feb 2009 | 9 Comments | ]

A new consultant was just born. He looks around – curious and frightened,  excited, and uncertain. “Will I be successful?…”
The journey has just begun. It’s not just a journey, it’s the start of epic adventure.

 by Spigoo

In their book, First, Break All the Rules: What the World’s Greatest Managers Do Differently, Marcus Buckinghamand  and Curt Coffman break up the adventure into camps. First stop is the Base Camp.