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I thrive on the creative energy of change. It’s what drives my interest in entrepreneurialism and technology. It’s also what’s behind this new design of my blog. The old design was dated—“long in the tooth,” as they used to say. Beyond that, my brand has grown beyond leadership, and I wanted a design that served […]
I am mostly offline, attending a business conference. I have asked several bloggers to post in my absence. This is a guest post by Dr. Ann, who is a doctor, wife, and mom. You can visit her blog (which is syndicated on Crosswalk) or follow her on Twitter. If you want to guest post on this […]
As a leader, maybe it’s time to slow down a bit and look at your life process, so you finish well. In this guest post, Angela Bisignano explains how.
Beyond his cultural and technological contributions, the legacy of Steve Jobs offers up five leadership lessons. In this guest post, Tor Constantino explains.
Is a GPS system a good metaphor for life planning? This sparked a debate when it came to designing the cover for the new edition of my life plan e-book.
Is it possible to change your online brand? In this guest post, Mary DeMuth explains how she changed her tagline last year and what happened?
In this 12-minute interview, I talk to Dan Cathy, president and COO of Chick-fil-A. We discuss the importance of customer service and how to recruit amazing people.
What if work wasn’t just work? What if work was a vehicle to live and share a bigger purpose? In this guest post, Jon Gordon shares how.
Many of us have a hard time identifying our passion. Here is an exercise that will help you do it in three steps.
At Thomas Nelson, our core ideology is comprised of four key elements. These are distinguishable but inseparable. It’s a little bit like talking about an orange. You can distinguish its shape, its color, its size, and its smell and taste. However, you can’t do away with any of these attributes and still have an orange. So it is with your organization’s core ideology.
At Thomas Nelson, we often refer to ourselves as “a Christian content company.” However, we understand our identity as a Christian content provider in a very different way than most of our competitors. Like them, we want all of our messages to be delivered from the perspective of a Christian worldview. This is the foundation of our content program. However, unlike many of them, our communicators are free to explore any subject they wish.