Journaling Can Boost Your Leadership Skills

Strategy+Business

See also "How Journaling Can Help Leaders Achieve Their Goals Stepping away from the screen and putting pen to paper allows the brain to reflect, process, and find patterns.

A catastrophe journal

Seth Godin Blog

Every time you’re sure you’ve blown it, completely blown it, that you’re certain you’re going to get disbarred, fired, demoted—becoming friendless, homeless and futureless—write it down in your Catastrophe Journal. Worth a try if you think it might help the way you talk to yourself (which is worse, certainly, than the way anyone else talks to you).

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Journaling Can Boost Your Leadership Skills

Strategy+Business

Stepping away from the screen and putting pen to paper allows the brain to reflect, process, and find patterns

Pocketbook Theory – Mish vs. Wall Street Journal

MishTalk

On August 7, the Wall Street Journal showed results of a poll on voter discord. The Journal concluded “Voter Discord … Continue reading → Economics

How Journaling Can Help Leaders Achieve Their Goals

Strategy+Business

For more insight, read "Journaling Can Boost Your Leadership Skills Tips for clarifying your thoughts and testing new ideas.

How Journaling Can Help Leaders Achieve Their Goals

Strategy+Business

For more insight, read "Journaling Can Boost Your Leadership Skills Tips for clarifying your thoughts and testing new ideas.

What Do Creative Marketers Look Like?

The More Clients Blog

For 18 years she’s sponsored a monthly Power Breakfast put on by the Portland Business Journal. She gets exposure through a blurb in the business journal every week and also to the 200 to 400 monthly breakfast attendees. Uncategorized Business Finance employment law attorneys employment law cases Judy Clark marketing More Clients Club Portland Business Journal the Portland Business JournalAbove is a picture of Judy Clark and the staff of HR Answers in Portland Oregon.

Do Academic Journals Favor Researchers from Their Own Institutions?

Harvard Business

Are academic journals impartial? While many would suggest that academic journals work for the advancement of knowledge and science, we show this is not always the case. In a recent study , we find that two international relations (IR) journals favor articles written by authors who share the journal’s institutional affiliation. Our paper provides evidence of academic in-group bias in IR journals, showing that this phenomenon is not specific to law.

The More Senior Your Job Title, the More You Need to Keep a Journal

Harvard Business

The best thinking comes from structured reflection — and the best way to do that is keeping a personal journal. I started keeping a journal when I took over a manufacturing research, software, and consulting firm. I kept a journal through my 12 years as chairman and CEO and have since recommended it to people moving into any senior position for the first time. A journal is an effective, efficient, private way to take a similar break.

How To Turn Bylined Trade Journal Articles Into Clients

Henry DeVries

Shutterstock To find clients, don’t waste money on a brochure. Better than any brochure are bylined how-to articles that appear in a publication or website that your target clients read. A byline is a printed line of text that identifies the author of an article. The master of helping people get bylined

Robo-Journalism Will Produce 1 Billion Web Stories in 2015 (This Isn't One of Them); McJournalism Coming Up

MishTalk

McJournalism Coming Up With that journalism backdrop, please consider You’ll be Sorry When the Robot Journalists Take Over by Irish Times writer Jennifer O’Connell. Until robots can do number two in a thought-provoking, educational, and random manner that encompasses minority and anti-establishment views, alternative journalism will survive. Replaced by a Robot I sometimes get asked what I am going to do when I am replaced by a robot.

Don’t Read the Comments: Katie Rosman’s Survival Guide to Journalism in the Social Media Age

Harvard Business

New York Times features reporter Katie Rosman lives at the intersection of popular culture, journalism, and social media. She shares her outlook on the future of reporting in an era of click counts, fake news, and the disruption of print journalism. 105802 9162 110003

Don’t Read the Comments: Katie Rosman’s Survival Guide to Journalism in the Social Media Age

Harvard Business

New York Times features reporter Katie Rosman lives at the intersection of popular culture, journalism, and social media. She shares her outlook on the future of reporting in an era of click counts, fake news, and the disruption of print journalism. Social platforms Managing yourself Audio

The Consulting Blog’s new editor

Tom Spencer

Ashley was previously a Staff Writer for the NYU International Business Journal. About. Book Shop. Archive. Definitions. Helpful Links. Quotes. Subscribe. The Consulting Blog’s new editor. by Tom Spencer on June 27, 2013 · 0 comments. in Management Consulting. INTRODUCING Ashley. We have chosen the talented Ashley Sherman to be an Editor of the Consulting Blog for 2013/14.

What's the Budget Ceiling Got to do With Me? - Henman Performance

Henman Performance Executive

Louis Business Journal sponsored a program for CFOs to discuss the current decisions in Washington and their impact on individuals and businesses. About Linda. Client List. Newsletter. Executive blog Contact Us. What’s the Budget Ceiling Got to do With Me? by Linda Henman on August 5, 2011. Yesterday The St. To make his point, one of the panel members asked audience members to raise their hands if their companies had laid off workers during the recent economy.

Changes to Mission Can Drive You Down - Henman Performance

Henman Performance Executive

Yesterday’s Wall Street Journal reported that Wal-Mart is in the midst of the worst U.S. About Linda. Client List. Newsletter. Executive blog Contact Us. Changes to Mission Can Drive You Down. by Linda Henman on February 23, 2011. sales slump ever, posting its second straight year of declining sales. How can this happen to America’s behemoth? They misstepped.

Shorter Hours Is the Kaizen Mindset

Markovitz Consulting

Back in November, I mentioned that the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal both ran articles on the productivity benefits of reduced work hours. Last week the Wall Street Journal hit the topic again. Are businesses finally starting to question the assumption that more hours at the office equals more value for the customer? Not to be outdone, NPR reported that Microsoft Japan moved to a four-day workweek this summer while increasing productivity by 40%.

Risks & Challenges of the AI Revolution with Geoffrey Cain

Strategic Planning and Management Insights

With experience as an Economist correspondent and contributor to both the Wall Street Journal & Time, Geoffrey brings some exciting overseas expertise in geopolitics and media. Geoffrey Cain is a business advisor, consultant, and author of Samsung Rising. technology risk management artificial intelligence

Central Banks Puzzled as Global Inflation Hits Lowest Level Since 2009: Solving the Puzzle

MishTalk

Today, the Wall Street Journal reports Global Inflation Hits Lowest Level Since 2009. Yesterday, I commented on “transitory” factors holding down inflation. more…). Economics

Best of Multimedia: How Women Can "Make It Happen"

Strategy+Business

A Wall Street Journal video interview with the CEO of a Fortune 500 company reveals insights for the next generation of female leaders

Lack of Shipping Demand Sends Big Ships to Scrap Heap (Trucking Next!)

MishTalk

The Wall Street Journal reports that about 1,000 ships that have the combined capacity to haul 52 million metric tons … Continue reading → Economics

Critical Thinking in Short Supply? What About Short Demand?

MishTalk

A survey by the Wall Street Journal shows ‘Soft Skills’ Like Critical Thinking in Short Supply. The sought-after soft skills … Continue reading → Economics

What social media platform should I be on?

Consultant Journal

Consultant Journal group for consultants on Facebook. Consultant Journal’s LinkedIn group. Running a business can be hard work – made even harder by all the choices out there. If you find yourself asking, “What social media platform should I be on?”,

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Tech Boom Downside: Not Enough Jobs?

MishTalk

The Wall Street Journal says there is a “great unraveling” to America’s Dazzling Tech Boom: Not Enough Jobs. Let’s investigate. more…). Economics

Bitcoin “Probably Worth Zero”

MishTalk

Yet, Wall Street Journal writer James Mackintosh says Bitcoin’s Wild Ride Shows The Truth: It Is Probably Worth Zero. What’s Bitcoin worth? At this moment on September 27, 2015, it’s worth $3,786.50. more…). Economics

Jobs: How Good are the Jobs the Economy is Creating?

MishTalk

The Wall Street Journal has an interesting report on the jobs created since the recession. The article takes a close … Continue reading → Economics

The Margin of Safety

Strategy+Business

In his new book, Wall Street Journal veteran Greg Ip makes the counterintuitive argument that the preventive efforts that makes us safe can encourage dangerous risk taking

57% Say Income Taxes Too High but Only 55% Pay Income Taxes

MishTalk

Here is an amusing Gallup Poll as reported by the Wall Street Journal: 57% of Americans Say Their Income Taxes … Continue reading → Economics

Flight Speed

Alan Weiss

This morning a very popular and professional local radio host commented that there was an article, he was told, in the New England Journal of Medicine, pointing out that masks were not an effective preventive for the coronavirus. Before posting this on any of my platforms, I thought I’d better check out the source.

Hello Rachel Maddow, MSNBC, USA Today, CNN, Washington Post, Slate: Another Major Russia Story Falls Apart

MishTalk

The biggest purveyors of “fake news” and irresponsible journalism are the news media outlets complaining most about it. MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow is at the forefront of the latest fake news on Russia. more…). Economics

Sports Writer Robots; Will an AI Robot Writer Win a Pulitzer Prize?

MishTalk

Here’s an investigation of the shape of things to come for robotic journalism. Robots are continually in the news. In … Continue reading → Economics

More on the Volvo Electric Hype

MishTalk

On July 7th the Wall Street Journal chimed in with Volvo Discovers Electric-Vehicle Hype. On July 5th I commented on the Volvo hype in Volvo Goes All Electric – Well Not Quite. more…). Economics

Lunch Traffic Lowest in Four Decades: Out for Lunch a Dying Tradition? Demise of the “Gourmet” Burger?

MishTalk

A pair of articles on the Wall Street Journal ponders an event I long expected would happen: willingness to eat at fast food places whose is steeply priced and of dubious quality. more…). Economics

Women's Work

Strategy+Business

In her new book, Earning It, veteran Wall Street Journal reporter Joanne Lublin chronicles the travails and triumphs of women who have risen to the highest positions in corporate America

Debate over the Yield Curve: Is it Steepening or Flattening?

MishTalk

A recent Wall Street Journal story stated that “A flattening of the Treasury yield curve in 2017 is a worrying sign for investors banking on resurgent U.S. Wall Street Journal: “A Worrying Sign on US Inflation & Growth” Let’s investigate starting with Hedgeye. inflation and growth.” ” Hedgeye responded REALLY?! more…). Economics