I remember reading Dale Carnegie at High School and College. Both times, I was able to take large steps up… Read more Dale Carnegie – still relevant
David Whyte takes about finding the frontiers of your life: the place where you face the unknown in an expansive… Read more Your frontiers
Forbes magazine have tips from 28 skilled speakers. www.ted.com are wonderful to watch for content and technique.
Lifehacker suggests replacing your “to do” list with your “could do” list. Michelle at The Fertile Unknown suggest the “ta… Read more Ta da list
For people with a mystical bent or open mind, Paulo Coelho‘s The Valkryies illustrates Csikszentimihaly‘s notion of negotiating the fit… Read more Find your angel
I would be more productive if I had a different boss? Response Percentage No 15.91 % Yes 40.91 % Don’t… Read more Employees care!
I stumbled this site. You can look your dreams, tag them, and look at similar dreams from others. Excellent site… Read more Dreaming 2.0
Rhetoric, persuasion, listening: pop psychology For selling, persuading and simple negotiation, have a look at changingminds for a useful miscellany… Read more Tidy catalogue of pop psychology
There is a program about restaurants and casinos on Radio 4 at the minute. It seems chefs in casinos are… Read more How important is this employee to your business and how good is your follow-through?
The logic of entrepreneurship. Is this a term to watch? UPDATE 2011 (four years since my first post): Effectuation has… Read more Watch list: effectuation