Our daughers are preparing Thanksgiving Dinner; a perfect time to consider the many reasons to be thankful.
TOUCH: Five Factors to Growing and Leading a Human Organization, made it to Apple’s Fall’s Biggest Books list in the non-fiction category.
My first book, TOUCH: Five Factors to Growing and Leading a Human Organization, is scheduled for release on October 14, 2014.
The book Tod Maffin and I started in June is happening. We signed a contract with a publishing company. The first draft is due Thursday — four days from now.
The story of how a self-effacing joke blew up in my face. And, that in itself makes the story even funnier.
I finished reading Velocity last night. I suppose the obvious joke is that it was a fast read. And it was, really. It was also a bit of a ‘lucky’ book as it happened to be in the right place at the right time to ensure a short time in my reading list since I […]
Gini Dietrich was the guest speaker at Third Tuesday Ottawa, last night. It’s part of her promotional tour for Marketing in the Round, a book she co-authored with Geoff Livingston. From my position at the back of the room, Gini’s slides were largely obscured or unreadable. So, I spent most of her presentation facing the […]
It opens like this… In the early morning on June 13, 2011, a group of 181 professional communicators from all ends of the earth gathered in a meeting room at the IABC World Conference in San Diego, California to re-write the book on employee communication. A remarkable 500+ ideas were generated in just 40 minutes. […]
The danger of telling people what you’re reading is they can keep tabs on the rate at which you read. It adds an element of pressure to the reading which should otherwise be a leisure activity, even if the book relates to the work you do. I started reading Matthew Hindman‘s “The Myth of Digital […]
Creative people need to do three things today. Start a new creative project Pick up the book Free Play (if you don’t already own a copy) Watch the incredible TEDtalk (below) by brain surgeon, musician and researcher Charles Limb