We pay a lot of attention to the big decisions in life: what to study, where to live, what to do for a living. Whether to marry, and to whom. To breed or not to breed. To stay in a job or leave for another.
I’ve spent a lot of time working with people on their platform skills: the physical and vocal stuff that helps people look good and sound good in front of an audience. But truth is, it's money for old rope. As illustrated in this brilliant piss-take of TED
You and I know that the best communicators make the complex clear, without dumbing it down. We appreciate it when someone takes a complicated idea and explains it in direct, simple language. But in business, we constantly see talented, well educated and highly paid people doing the
I’m grateful for a lot of things: My family’s health, as well as my own. Excellent friends, all over the world. A luxuriously thick head of hair. But despite my attempts at the whole Attitude-of-Gratitude thing, I regularly work myself into a tizzy over the stupidest of stupid stuff. And if I
Everyone reading this newsletter knows someone who got to the top by being (or in spite of being) a total jerk. If you don't know that person, you are that person. And people hate you. But you don't care. Because everywhere you look, you see more proof that money,