Monthly Archives: December 2010

What if you could control the drive within you?

Anything you do gets done faster and produces better results if you have the drive to do it. A drive that pushes you, that sets new limits and that forces you to seek new sources to power yourself. When you … Continue reading

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Tell me what you do in one sentence

…if not in one then surely in less than in five sentences. Exchanging pleasantries with new people generally involves giving names and current occupation. That is fine in a brief encounter but if conversation is to continue further, more information needs to … Continue reading

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How to be different: Learn, forget and apply

Seth Godin‘s latest book, Linchpin, tries to convey the message that to become indispensible one has to be many things but one definitely needs to: Be remarkable An aspect of being remarkable is to be able to do something that … Continue reading

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