If you would like to be world class at something, anything, you need two things.
I describe them briefly,
, in this 42-second you tube video at 35,000 feet. here
They’re really simple.
Remember though, simple doesn’t mean easy. Good luck.
Who said we shouldn’t have to go into the
on Sundays? office
This is the video I shot not even five minutes after yesterday’s video (next post, below). I reveal, informally but seriously, what many self-help gurus don’t tell you about balance. You need to hear it, because it will answer what no one else is answering. And, I’m rooting for you to start, and continue your transformational change.
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to go to next blog. here
June 20, 2005
Leadership Is Like Training A Puppy.
Most people don’t know how to do it.
They think they do, but they don’t.
It’s simply a fact of life.
Many books, blogs and You Tube videos explain how to do both.
But there is very little shared – why this stuff doesn’t work.
June 20, 2010
seven-time Lance Armstrong, Tour de France winner and used cancer survivor, Twitter to announce the birth of his son yesterday.
Lance Armstrong gets it. I get it. Question is, “What about everyone else who’s focused on excellence”? Having said that, now may I challenge you to click the next link?
slide show. It’s only 37 slides from Explaining Social Media Slide Share
This is one of the best, and most provocative insights to web 2.0
I ask myself at the end of everyday,
“Did I give it my all, and leave nothing on the track“?
Carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂
PS. Explaining the Impact of Twitter, Friendfeed and Social Media 2.0. Be sure to click the full screen icon for a much better view.