Productivity

2017: Year in review

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“Life happens for you and not to you” — Tony Robbins “Live as if you were going to die tomorrow, learn as if you are going to live forever” —...

Ulysses: Hello World!

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After reading about the application Ulysses for some time now I decided to try it would and see whether it will aid in the writing that I do on this blog. This is my first post...

Culture’s Role in the Business World

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For those that read my blog would know that my deep thirst for continual learning (hence my mantra #permanentbeta). Whether reading books, sitting courses or undertaking tertiary...

A Page A Day?

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Two years ago I had a large pile of books stacking up which I wanted to read. I had no time, no motivation nor a realistic place to start making a dent in this pile. Two years and...

Review: The Miracle Morning for Salespeople by Hal Elrod

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The Miracle Morning for Salespeople: The Fastest Way to Take Your SELF and Your SALES to the Next Level by Hal Elrod My rating: 3 of 5 stars At the beginning of 2015 I read The...

2016 in review

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The older we get the faster each year seems to go. 2016 certainly went fast considering all the events that have occurred throughout the year. Although I have been blogging for...

Measuring Time

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Those that read management literature would certainly know of Peter Drucker. His famous saying “know thy time” and more importantly his emphasis on measuring the...

Review: The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon

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The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon by Brad Stone My rating: 5 of 5 stars The Everything Store is a must read for anyone in retail, doing business and more...

Note-taking 2.0: iPad & Apple Pencil

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I have been a big note taker for many years now and I am always looking to improve (see my book review on how to Take Notes Quickly and Easily). For me...

Doing something on the side

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“Go to bed smarter than when you woke up.” — Charlie Munger Throughout my career I have hit ceilings where I have struggled to continue developing as a...