Twofer Tuesday: How To…

Yesterday, I posted these two “how-to” articles to LinkedIn, and thought I would share them here on the blog as well.

How to Be Prolific: Guidelines for Getting It Done From Joss Whedon

I’m keen to see Joss Whedon’s new movie, a black and white, uber-hip Much Ado About Nothing. And one thing that’s cool about this movie is that it was shot in 6 days while he was editing The Avengers. That’s a pretty good side-hustle…

I like the tip about eating dessert first. What stands out for you? And what would you add?

Go to How to Be Prolific: Guidelines for Getting It Done From Joss Whedon

How to Be a Great Mentor

In our programs, the question often comes up about the differences between a coach and a mentor. For my money, a mentor is often expected to have some technical knowledge about the person’s challenge … and if they’re good, they’ll be using a lot of excellent coaching strategies to increase the impact of the conversation. The strategies in the article translate nicely to building your skills and capacity as a coach. Want to become a great mentor? Here are 9 things you’ll need to do.

Read How to Be a Great Mentor

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