Sun.Nov 04, 2018

Best Business Books 2018: Strategy


How can you innovate to avoid irrelevance? How can you nurture your best people, especially the rebels? And how can you set goals and objectives effectively to make sure your company succeeds? These are key questions for anybody charged with developing strategy for a large organization.

If At First You Don’t succeed…Then quit

Confessions of a Consultant

Consider re-writing your success software. “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. Then quit. There’s no point in being a damn fool about it.” ” W. Fields. The flight to Faro was particularly bumpy.

Best Business Books 2018: Leadership


This year's best business books on the subject of leadership all deal with the vital topic of finding meaning and purpose in the workplace. But they approach the topic from fundamentally different and illuminating angles.

What’s the Number One Responsibility of a Leader? (mini-podcast)

Leadership Vision Consulting

In this episode of the Leadership Vision podcast, we’re experimenting with a new show format called “Quick Questions with Brian!” The idea is to ask our founder and CEO, Brian Schubring, one quick question about leadership, and get his best quick answer. Brian has 30+ years of experience not only coaching and consulting with all levels of high-impact leaders but also a plethora of experience of his own as a business owner and leader in a variety of capacities and in numerous contexts.

Top Shelf Picks: Best Business Books 2018


Our writers select the year's best business books in seven categories: leadership, management, innovation, economics, strategy, narratives, and marketing. THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS LICENSED IMAGES

The Weekly Independent: November 5, 2018

MBO Partners

News and notes for independent professionals and their clients. This is the November 5, 2018 edition


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That’s Not My Job!

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We have all had the unpleasant task of going to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to do things such as changing the title on a car, updating a registration or renewing a driver’s license. The first task upon arrival was to determine what line you had to stand in.

Persistence vs. consistent

Seth Godin Blog

Persistence is sort of annoying. Consistency, on the other hand, is the happy twin brother of persistence. Consistent with your statements, consistent in the content you create, consistent in the way you chip away at the problem you’re seeking to solve. Persistence can be selfish, but consistency is generous. And the best thing is that you only have to make the choice to be consistent once. After that, it’s simply a matter of keeping your promise