Monthly Archives: February 2013

Scarcity and Abundance in the Digital Age

by Seth Godin Thankfully, for many people in the privileged world, food scarcity is an ancestral memory. We don’t have to scrounge over lunch so we’ll have something to eat for dinner. Sandy reminded millions of people in the Northeast … Continue reading

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The Soft Skills of Leadership

Posted by Orrin Woodward on February 4, 2013 Jean Leslie, a senior fellow with the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL), identified 10 soft skills for successful business leadership. Each one of these 10 skills is taught in the LIFE Business. … Continue reading

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A Diet for your Mind

by Seth Godin It’s Groundhog Day, which means that January is over. January, of course, is official diet book month, the time of year that formerly young, formerly thin people buy books in the hopes that by osmosis, they will … Continue reading

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For the One Person Who Didn’t Get the Joke

by Seth Godin The fabled comedian is killing it at a club that seats 400. One guy in the back, though, isn’t laughing. Miles Davis was shunned by a few people in the audience, even at his coolest. The theater … Continue reading

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