Thanks to TED talks, ideas and observations like these from Nigel Marsh's appearance in Sydney are timeless and highly useful. This is especially true in our modern society where various technologies enable us to be more connected and working from virtually anywhere, anytime. But work-life balance can easily slip away when you're always on.
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I think we all have an opportunity to modernize the meaning of the Labor Day holiday and movement. It starts with changing the perception of people from “workers” to “creators.” And we’re all in this together including the government, schools and employers.
During the past month, I've been reminded of how important -- absolutely essential -- other people are when creating real value. Here's to you...
Another year has come to a close but the story continues with more scenes. I looked back at key people, experiences and ideas that were influential in 2011 -- and came up with 12 tips that I think will help you or someone you know in 2012. Many useful links to articles, PPTs, research, videos and webinars. Cheers!
There's no better time than Labor Day to share a story about how and why an obsession for beer became a thriving career. Are you doing what you love and making a good living too? Tune into this brief conversation on video to learn how Dan Oliver did it.
The professional tennis season is in full swing and I had the good fortune of participating in the 2011 Wimbledon Championship from June 18th - 20th. John Phillips from the ATP and I touch on the future of tennis from digital and onsite perspectives. Whether you're a tennis fan or not, this creatorbase thoughts video (~4 minutes) provides good insights and some entertainment for any business or marketing leader.