Archive for October, 2015

Be Careful Of Goblins, Including Your Own

October 31st, 2015 - Comments Off on Be Careful Of Goblins, Including Your Own

For millions of years our instincts helped us survive. When we’re under stress, our limbic systems want to either fight or run away. This was very helpful when we had to worry about physical survival, but now those same instincts get in the …

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How To Find A Mentor In Today’s New World Of Work

October 14th, 2015 - Comments Off on How To Find A Mentor In Today’s New World Of Work

I owe much of my personal and professional success to mentors. Shout out to John Frandsen, Gay Hendricks, and John Martone, my colleagues at IBM who taught me to crisp up my writing, walk with purpose, and dress appropriately! Mentors …

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How Trust Buys Bandwidth

October 5th, 2015 - Comments Off on How Trust Buys Bandwidth

In an earlier LinkedIn post on productivity, I wrote about how I save time by not doing coffee. That’s one of my personal productivity hacks, but I’ve found building trusted relationships with people on my team is the way to …

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