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Tagged with “business” (4)

  1. Radio • How She Really Does It with Koren Motekaitis » Carol Dweck

    “…in my book I have a chapter on business and leadership in which I analyze the characteristics of successful leaders: the desire to take on challenges (as opposed to the desire to feed one’s ego), the desire for honest feedback (as opposed to the flattering feedback), the ability to face problems and setbacks and remain effective (as opposed to denying problems or blaming them on others), the desire to have great people on your team (as opposed to being threatened by others’ talents).  These qualities are especially important in times like these, and each is a characteristic of the growth mindset.  Recent research has examined this directly, examining business people who had breakout results with a new idea or product.  The major thing they shared was a growth mindset.”


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  2. The Contexts Conversation: Part Two | The Productivityist Podcast: Ideas and Tools for Personal Productivity | Time Management | Goals | Habits | Working Better

    After a lengthy thread on Twitter that debated what contexts were (and weren't), Mike invites some of the participants to discuss their thoughts on contexts in more detail in the second of two episodes on the subject. This week's guests are Mike's old podcasting partner Michael Schechter and Lee Garrett.


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  3. Productive Talk Compilation: 8-episode podcast with GTD’s David Allen | 43 Folders

    As promised, here's the single-file compilation of the Productive Talk podcast interviews I did with David Allen, the author of Getting Things Done. The final version's eight episodes clock in at a considerable 1 hour and twenty six minutes, so this should give you plenty to listen to while you're in line at the DMV.


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  4. Nigel Marsh: How to make work-life balance work | Talk Video | TED.com

    Work-life balance, says Nigel Marsh, is too important to be left in the hands of your employer. Marsh lays out an ideal day balanced between family time, personal time and productivity — and offers some stirring encouragement to make it happen.


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