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LUCK IS WHAT WHEN PREPERATION MEETS AN OPPORTUNITY:

All okay of us do not have all talent but all of us have an equal opportunity to develop our talent. Nurturing talent is a way of life. The biggest tragedy I come across is that when you die, you die with unused talent inside you. You need to find out, catch, en cash opportunity in the life. You trust ...

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EXPAND YOUR BOUNDARIES

I like pushing boundaries —Lady Gaga, American singer, actress, record producer and activist Life finds its purpose, fulfillment and happiness in expanding one’s own boundaries. A leader is one who knows his limitations and pushes the boundaries much far afield. A genius is the one who tries to rise above the common herd while the mediocre stays trapped in his ...

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"Leadership delivers. Leadership counts. Leadership matters.

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (Flickr user Bob Jagendorf) I found the governor’s  to be almost shockingly inspirational. And even though I’m from New York and worked in the private sector, we happen to share remarkably similar views on leadership behavior. Here are five lessons that executives and business leaders can learn from Christie: Be direct and truthful. Christie said his ...

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5 LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM BILL GATES

People learn best by emulating the behavior of others around them. Instead of reading about the concepts of leadership, we can look at successful leaders to see how they became that way, and use them as role models for our behavior. And who is a better role-model than the man who changed the way we use information for work and ...

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Discipline always cut the distance between you and goals

The Disciplined Pursuit of Less Why don’t successful people and organizations automatically become very successful? One important explanation is due to what I call “the clarity paradox,” which can be summed up in four predictable phases: Phase 1: When we really have clarity of purpose, it leads to success. Phase 2: When we have success, it leads to more options ...

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Leaders who want to foster innovation should ask themselves these questions:

Most important  3 questions. 1. In my quest for the next big innovation, have I overlooked smaller incremental innovations that could still have a big impact on customer experiences or on employee productivity? 2. Do I reinvest my spare capacity into expanding my own knowledge, exploring future trends and learning from others? Or does my focus on performance and results ...

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CEO'S require new thinking pattern .

Your Company Can Deliver, but Can It Discover?   . Librado Romero/The New York Times Ronald M. Shaich, founder, chairman and co-C.E.O. of Panera Bread, says companies often err by letting their “delivery muscle” — how they get their work done — become stronger than the “discovery muscle” that brings innovation. » Q. How has your leadership style evolved? A. ...

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Marissa Mayer Takes On Yahoo!

  Marissa Mayer. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) The big story in corporate leadership this week was Marissa Mayer‘s hiring from Google to become chief executive officer of Yahoo! At Forbes Leadership we got right on it. Shortly after the appointment was announced, Dorie Clark weighed in with “Three Reasons Why Marissa Mayer’s Hiring Is a Huge Win for Yahoo!,” and George ...

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LEADERS NEED WISDOM OR MORE INTELLIGENCE

Edie Weiner: I actually think that the women who are the most successful in rising to executive ranks and then ultimately being able to populate boards are women who know how to be wise.  And there’s a big difference between being smart and being wise, and also being intelligent, frankly. Smart is the ability to learn a lot of things and then ...

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MISSIONS AND METRICS

There is an old Zen story about a man riding a horse, galloping frantically down a path. His friend, who is sitting by the side of the road, calls out “Where are you going?” The man replies: “I don’t know. Ask the horse!” When we build our tools, we often depend on metrics to guide our development. We keep graphs of ...

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