Early in my career, when I had no wealth to share, I did all I could to show my affection for my commanders and my soldiers. I worked in their behalf and rejoiced in their good fortune, and I sympathized with them when they were sad. But when I became rich, I realized that no … Continue reading Kindness.
Let my readers note that there’s no great need of long speeches at critical moments. Brevity is the soul of command. I’d used fewer than a hundred words to rescue my plans from a direct assault by my uncle. Too much talking suggests desperation on the part of the leader. Speak shortly, decisively, and to … Continue reading Brevity.
A short and simple book to effective thinking, with examples and how-tos. My personal favorite. *** Who needs to read this book? University students in any years, job seekers, and basically everyone who wants to be a better thinker. What did it tell me? The geniuses of the world are not a special breed - … Continue reading The 5 Elements of Effective Thinking
"For artists, the great problem to solve is how to get oneself noticed." - Honore de Balzac Who need to read this book? People who want to: Get his/her stuff out there, get noticed and finding an audience. What did it tell me? In the internet era, there are various ways to get your … Continue reading Show Your Work: Please, young creatives, read this.
This writing is for people who want to be a leader. Whether you are starting your own business or helping other with their businesses, you definitely want to lead. Because, by being great leaders you will win (i.e., able to influence more people, having loyal followers, gain more profits, and sustaining all of those benefits … Continue reading Four reasons why you always start with WHY, from Simon Sinek