This Might Surprise you About The Most Capitalistic City in the World

Hello from Hong Kong! I’ve been here for a few days, and I must say that the city has the same exciting buzz that it did six years ago. Some things have changed, some thanks to Jack Ma. Some things remain the same. After a few days of buzzing around the city, I finally snuck…

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What it Takes to be Don Cheadle

I recently answered this question on Quora: Is it possible for someone in their mid-30s with no consulting background to get a job in management consulting? If yes, where and how should they approach this? After posting my comments, I thought about it more. So I really hope that the person who originally posed the…

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Not Using This Makes you a Productivity Rookie

I was having lunch with my friend Dusty today. I was recounting all the projects that I have going on in my life, and she just looks at me… eyes glazed over. A few months ago, I heard Pat Flynn’s interview with Jessica Turner about her book The Fringe Time. Jessica is a mother of…

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Achieve Your Bucket List in the Coming 52 Weeks

Hello again! How that my speaking engagement is complete, I can write again. Do you have a bucket list? Do you have yearly goals? In Lawrence and my life, November is traditionally our goal setting month. This is the time that we evaluate how well we did on our current year goals, and think about…

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How to Eloquently Flip the Bird to Nay-Sayers

Every week, Perry and I get together and strategize for about 15 minutes on what all we will talk about for our upcoming episode on Inspired Parent Insights. This week, it was how we respond to strangers who judge our parenting style on the playground, dropping off the kids at school, at a playdate. But…

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