If you’re running a business or leading a team, chances are you’re felt the effects of employee turnover. According to a Gallup study, losing an employee costs anywhere from one-half to two times the employee’s annual salary. For example, a 100-person organization that pays out an average annual salary of $50,000 could have turnover costs […]
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You may have heard me talk about marketing guru Jeff Walker. Forbes magazine called him the 400 million dollar man. Just last year, I bought his online course called The Product Launch Formula. I paid $2,000. (I know, it’s a lot.) But it was worth every penny. I recouped my investment in the first ten […]
Because of my public speaking, I spend a lot of time traveling. In just the past four weeks I have been to Charlotte, San Diego, Richmond, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Detroit, Mobile, Dallas, Tulsa, and Denver. In some ways traveling has never been more stressful—more delays, more canceled flights, and more crowded flights. But technology eases the […]
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Enlightenment is not about knowing as much as it is about unknowing; it is not so much learning as unlearning. … It’s more about entering the mystery than arriving at a mental certitude.” — Richard Rohr On the Threshold of Transformation (p.
To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong.”
” — Joseph Chilton Pearce
In an effort to make Handel’s “Messiah” more accessible to a younger audience, Grant Woolard recorded this auto-tuned version of the “7th Chorus.” … [youtube id="qZAPI3DEly8"]
Never were known such excesses of the scholars: it is he cursed inventions of the age that ruin everything: artillery, serpentines, bombards, and above all, printing, that other pestilence from Germany. … The end of the world is certainly at hand!” — Victor Hugo The Hunchback of Notre Dame , p.
Do not pray for tasks equal to your powers. … Then the doing of your work shall be no miracle, but you shall be the miracle.” — Phillips Brooks U.S.
A soul that is close to despair doesn’t know that it’s already standing on the brink, beyond which there lies a new path.” — Elder Barsanuphius of Optina
If we stop learning today, we stop teaching tomorrow.” — Howard Hendricks
Meet Nelson, Coupland, and Alice, three concepts for the book of the future. … I love what technology is making possible for the future of reading.