On The Business of Others

In December 2006, Marine Colonel (now Major General), Juan Ayala was serving as the senior advisor to the 1st Iraqi Army Division headquartered in Habbaniyah, Iraq. In this key role, General Ayala advised, trained, and mentored the Iraqi Army in order to prepare them for the eventual task of securing and defending their own country from […] Read moreRead More»

Think Creativity Is For Experts Only? Think Again!

Today’s guest on Switch and Shift TV is David Burkus, author of The Myths of Creativity, a must-read book that debunks the ten most common myths about how we create. A professor of management and founder and “talent” of the popular LDRLB podcast, David’s whole career focuses on leadership, strategy, and innovation. Among the myths […] Read moreRead More»

Creating a Strategy for Limitless Success

Growing up, one of my favorite television series was Mission: Impossible. The immensely popular program chronicles the adventures of the Impossible Missions Force (IMF), a team of government spies and specialists who are regularly offered “impossible missions” (should they decide to accept them). Outside of the cool gadgets and spectacular stunts, what I most enjoyed […] Read moreRead More»

What Art Can Teach Us About Business

  Eight decades ago, the Spaniard Joan Miro was a condemned artist. His first solo exhibition was declared a failure and an insult to conventional painting methods. Today, Miro is recognized as an innovator, a museum honoring his life and work sits on a hill overlooking Barcelona and his art is influencing even the smallest […] Read moreRead More»

Reprogram Your Mindware for Breakout Success

“Now that I know what I know about our human minds, I firmly believe the more every human on our planet understands how the mind works, the more we’ll be prepared to step into a whole new generation of performance, of communication, of motivation, of satisfaction!” I dare you to talk to Rebel Brown for […] Read moreRead More»

Making Your Business Values Valuable

It’s hard to be opposed to the idea of corporate values. What could be wrong with a company doing a quick off-site to develop a lofty and admirable values statement that can be distributed on posters and cute little wallet-sized laminated cards? There’s a lot wrong with it, actually. These word-smithed values statements are pretty, […] Read moreRead More»

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