It’s been hard to escape the news, true or false, about the US Elections 2016 and I don’t want to dwell too long on this much discussed topic except to say:
Donald Trump won the Electoral College and so is President Elect
Hillary Rodham Clinton won the popular vote – just
Philip Merry Synchronicity Keynote Speaker Shares his views
1. Why is careful planning and analysis alone insufficient to deliver results in today’s business environment?
Careful planning and analysis are fine when we have lots of time but unfo
Sh*t comes in many forms – loss of a loved one, ill health, personal failure, being let down by people you trust, public embarrassment, missed deadlines, false accusations, lost money / deals, failed relationships.
I get asked for career advice a lot, and while most of the time I don’t think I can teach anyone anything – I’m still trying to work this life-stuff out myself – there are a couple of observations I’ve made in my 20+ year career that are consistent and (I believe) debilitating if you really want
Back in 2008, when the global financial crisis was in full swing, I wrote an article about how building a strong leadership personal brand can not only help you navigate tough times but also to control the impact that financial ups and downs might have on you, your work, and your career.
I had a great discussion with a fellow professional on personal branding yesterday and he said something magical to my ears – I’ve got a five-year window I’m working on towards building my personal brand to get where I want to be.
And I thought finally.