June 1, 2013

The Power of Wisdom

Sometimes silly, perhaps thoughtful, possibly useful, each morning I post a quick comment on Twitter.

Here are some highlights from May 2013.

The voice of doubt will try and derail you, ignore it. Bring your life to work so you can bring your work to life. A fantastic model of collaboration: thinking partners who aren't echo chambers - Margaret Heffernan.

May the fourth be with you. The heart of culture begins with you.

 Let's give our attention to good intentions and co-create great inventions.

To become really good, you need to live it and sleep it - Tony Hsieh (Zappos).Thank those who helped you get here. 

When was the last time you had a think day? Misunderstanding can often be an insider

Chocolate solves almost everything. Life can often be about enjoying the cast and not always understanding the plot. You are what you choose to be today, not what you've chosen to be before - Dr. Wayne Dyer.

"Always" or "never" are rarely either.
If you want your team to bring their best, bring your best.

If you want collaboration, first be open to others' point of view. Persons appear to us according to the light we throw upon them from our own minds - Laura Ingalls Wilder.

Your USP is you. Two key elements of customer service are service and customer. There are many I's in team - invite, imagine, include, ignite, involve.

The most powerful force ever known on this planet is human cooperation - Jonathan Haidt.

No regrets. It’s better to have a life full of what you like doing, than a life spent in a miserable way - Alan Watts.

The best day to start is yesterday. The second best is today. You may have five generations in your company; ensure you don't just listen to your voice.

Live in the moment and make mistakes. Einstein
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