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The Secret to Success; Falling in Love, Part II

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Since I wrote Falling in Love, part I, I have noticed a debate raging online about love and success. One perspective is “do what you love”, the other “love what you do”. Both approaches have very adamant proponents. And both have merit. Yet, notice, no one has mentioned “falling” in love. Whether you do what you love or love what […]

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The Secret To Success – Falling In Love

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There are endless opinions on the secret to success. In fact, whole industries revolve around how to be successful. Some say the secret is in the qualities an individual possesses, some say it’s business acumen or experience. For some it’s a specific method or model. Maybe it’s just luck, or perseverance or intelligence, or being in the right place at […]

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The Dirty Little Secret About Start-up Success—It Can Be Brutal For Early Employees

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This is an article written by me and my long-term colleague, MaryAnn Rettig-Zucchi, based on our experience coaching start-up execs.   Anyone who has been in on the ground floor of a start-up can tell you what an intoxicating experience. What they may not tell you is how being successful can change it all. In the trenches together, the early […]

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You Are Not Your Company!

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You spend the majority of your time working and when you’re not actually working you’re thinking about work, worrying about work, dreaming about work. So it makes sense that work becomes part of you, integrated into who you are. In the past companies actively cultivated this experience because it gave them control if you were a “company man”. Family businesses […]

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Not Growing A Company. Building it

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I was just reading in this month’s Fast Company (another) article about Steve Jobs. But it wasn’t about Apple—it was about Jobs’ years away from Apple. The writer, Brent Schlender talks about how Jobs became a “corporate architect” during those years with Next and Pixar. I think this was a fundamental key to Jobs’ subsequent success at Apple. He learned […]

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Surprise

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Surprise. A venture capitalist and I actually agree! (deep silence) I heard Richard Sudek, Director of the entrepreneurial program at Chapman University’s Argyos School of Business and Economics and past Managing Director of the Tech Coast Angels, speak at Inside Edge in Orange County. I found myself nodding “Yes” to most everything he said, instead of shaking my head no […]

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Welcome to My Blog

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For years my clients have been asking me to please write a book. As a verbal processor, my thoughts tend to come out of my mouth, not through my fingers. But I’m going to give it a try and see if I can channel some of the most valuable ideas into a tangible form. Hence this new blog (book forthcoming). […]

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