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Hear the winners of the 2011 Business Book Awards

800 CEO-Read have just announced the category winners of their business book awards. Three of the winners – Roger Martin, Jonathan Fields and Gary Vaynerchuk – were contributors to the¬†End Malaria¬†project. Check out their books, which are excellent, and listen … Continue reading

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How Uncertainty fuels success

I’m a lover of paradoxes. Some of the ones that seem to be waving and laughing at me right now are I’m more connected and more lonely than ever How do I slow down so I can speed up I … Continue reading

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My new book isn’t a book

My new book, End Malaria, launches today. It’s a collection of 62 brilliant people – everyone from David Allen to Brene Brown, Danielle LaPorte to Chris Guillebeau, Tom Peters to Gina Trapani – sharing their best insights, strategies and tips … Continue reading

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My new book trailer

Tomorrow is the big day for my new book, End Malaria. I’m happy to give you all a sneak peek of what it’s about (which will explain why we’ve got such an usual title and, more importantly, how buying it … Continue reading

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Intimacy & uncertainty

Jonathan Fields, a friend and a mentor, has a new book coming out in September. I’ve read it – a bonus for being a friend of his – and it is powerful, useful stuff on how our brain craves certainty … Continue reading

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9 Quotes That Make The Difference

I’ve been collecting quotes for, oh I don’t know, forever. I guess I’m inclined to the aphorism. Give me Emily Dickinson over Tennyson, give me a haiku over an epic. One of my first entrepreneurial ideas – this would be … Continue reading

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Why working isn’t working – Jonathan Fields & Tony Schwartz

I’m a big fan of both these wise men. They’re rebels against Business As Usual. But they’re not just about complaining. They both provide practical wisdom about what to do about it, either in Jonathan’s book Career Renegade or in … Continue reading

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“I feel a very unusual sensation. If it is not indigestion, I think it must be…” (Great Work quote)

http://www.suzipomerantz.com/are-you-sabotaging-your-clients-success/ http://realizewhatmatters.org/blog.php?post=38 http://ebook.co5.biz/business-finance/do-more-great-work-stop-the-busywork-start-the-work-that-matters/comment-page-1#comment-7311 http://monitorlinks.typepad.com/newbooks/2010/02/do-more-great-work.html http://employeeengagement.ning.com/profiles/blogs/book-review-do-more-great-work http://www.escapefromcubiclenation.com/2010/02/22/do-more-great-work-even-if-you-live-in-a-cubicle/comment-page-1/#comment-9435 http://worldchangingbusiness.wordpress.com/2010/02/22/the-quest-for-an-authentic-life/ http://www.jonathanfields.com/blog/great-work-michael-bungay-stanier/ http://www.michaelleestallard.com/book-review-do-more-great-work http://chrisguillebeau.com/3×5/8-hour-flight-delay-good-vs-great-work-etc/ http://www.heartofbusiness.com/goldilocks-and-great-work/#comment-2310 http://www.personalbrandingblog.com/personal-branding-interview-michael-bungay-stanier/ http://www.suzipomerantz.com/forget-good-to-great-have-you-found-your-great-work/ http://pkpiano.blogspot.com/2010/02/how-much-great-work.html http://lauriefowler.blogspot.com/2010/02/what-kind-of-work-do-we-do.html http://untemplater.com/untemplate/uwr-evaluation-edition/ http://patrissimo.livejournal.com/1312422.html http://www.jasonwomackblog.com/working_outwhile_youre_ou/2010/02/how-to-make-a-differenceby-yourself.html Continue reading

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My Great Work office

My friend Jonathan Fields recently gave us a tour of his office. I thought I’d follow in his footsteps and show you how I’ve set up my office – and the tools and structures I use to do more Great … Continue reading

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