Lots of articles about giving good presentations focus on structure and style.
Managers want employees to put in long days, respond to their emails at all hours, and willingly donate their off-hours — nights, weekends, vacation — without complaining.
You’ve probably heard of Evernote, but if you’re anything like me you’ve struggled with finding that awe-inspiring fit that you’ve heard others talk about finding with it. I’ve kept notes in this system on and off for over 4 years, but it wasn’t until I read Michael Hyatt’s (author of bestselling book Platform) blog post about he uses it that it made sense. Check it out below.
A Great article over at Zapier (one of my Top 5 favorite things in the world right now) about how different entrepreneurs out there start their day with different apps. If you haven’t looked at automation (a la Less Doing, More Living (blog) or The 4 Hour Work Week (blog)) then you should just wander over and see if something like Zapier works for you…
In this book, the authors of the bestseller “First, Break All The Rules” take a look at mountains of data from the Gallup workplace study and break down the 12 questions that can mean the difference between success and failure for business culture.
There have been a few distinct times in my life where something I’ve read has changed the course of my life, and many of those were in audio form.