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What Accomplished People Can Teach You About Work-Life Balance

What Accomplished People Can Teach You About Work-Life Balance

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 […]

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Consultant Arrives To Base Camp
By February 23, 2009 9 Comments Read More →

Consultant Arrives To Base Camp

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  […]

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Is Consultant Career For Me?
By February 4, 2009 12 Comments Read More →

Is Consultant Career For Me?

Really, is it? This question bothered me a lot not until long ago. I am 37 and many of my friends climbed management ladder. VP this and VP that. I am still just a consultant, the guy in the field… common wisdom tells me I am a loser. Am I?  by crabchick To answer this […]

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Fear No Recession – Surpass Your Career Potential
By January 20, 2009 3 Comments Read More →

Fear No Recession – Surpass Your Career Potential

Recession is not an obstacle to reach your career potential. In fact, it is a catalyst to show off your skills, time to get even better results. Say what? recessions is a catalyst for my career growth? Huh?… In Career Counsel: Follow Your Own Path published on Harvard Business Review, Robert S. Kaplan offers three […]

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Ask Your Customers’ Friends – Your Growth Hides There
By January 19, 2009 6 Comments Read More →

Ask Your Customers’ Friends – Your Growth Hides There

How do you know your are growing your business? How do you know you are on track? Would you run complex statistics and try to correlate the findings? Would you run a survey and then again get buried in stats? In The One Number You Need to Grow Frederick F. Reichheld takes a stand: by […]

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