Posts Tagged "Books"

So much for the 10,000 hour rule?

Malcom Gladwell in his book “Outliers” introduced this idea of 10,000 hours as a key tenant of success as seen through the stories of Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, The Beatles and more. But now new research reveals there is more to success than deliberate focus on just one thing!

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Do Less, Obsess More

In a world driven by a “do more” culture Morten Hansen challenges our notion of excellence by urging us not only to do less but to obsess even more.

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What can we learn about excelling at work from the year 1911?

You are wondering what lessons on excellence can we learn from 108 years ago in this fast track world of today. Perseverance perhaps? Or the virtues of winning with scarce resources maybe? Not quite so. It’s nothing you would expect…

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It’s a bird…it’s a plane…no, it’s just a bird!

Did you know that your productivity fluctuates throughout the day? And that some parts of the day are more suited to certain types of tasks? It all comes down to what kind of bird you are…

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You are all liars…especially if you work in advertising!

Oh and those creative types! They are biggest liars in the world! Don’t believe me! Well I have research to back up my claims! Read on to find out how exactly.

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