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The Top 20 Leadership Movies Of The Last 20 Years

July 4th is the biggest box office weekend of the year for the movie industry.  Therefore, for fun I am providing my list of the Top 20 Leadership Movies from the last 20 years.  The following was the criteria for selection: Servant Leadership Self Leadership Family Leadership Character Teamwork Passion Skill and Creativity Empowering Others Overcoming […]

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Top 10 Most Popular Posts Of June 2011

This is my favorite post I send out each month.  The Top 10 list is simply a great time to reflect on all that happened the previous month and the wonderful times I had interacting with the readers.  But this month is even more special than usual. June 2011 was the most successful month in the history of […]

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8 Leadership Quotes And Lessons From Super 8

Super 8 is just not that great.  Being a Steven Spielberg production, the quality is obviously very high.  There are some good surprises as well.  The best part of the movie is the acting of Elle Fanning who is going to be a superstar. However, my final conclusion is that this movie is a remake of E.T. […]

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5 Uncommon Sense Lessons From Guy Kawasaki’s New Book “Enchantment”

The following are excerpts of a recent review of Guy Kawasaki’s new book Enchantment written by Fast Company’s Shawn Parr.  These are great thoughts that all leaders should take time to process.  To read Shawn’s full review, click here. “People are organic, fluid and emotional, while companies are structural, rational and linear…” Oftentimes they do so without […]

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7 Leadership Quotes And Lessons From Thor

This past weekend I had the opportunity to see the movie Thor.  It is a fun movie and provides a breakout role for Chris Hemsworth who is going to be a star.  I really enjoy the Marvel movies and this one gives us some good leadership quotes and lessons.  Enjoy! “Kings do not seek out war but they prepare for […]

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20 Leadership Quotes And Principles From Mark Zuckerberg And The Facebook Effect Part 1

Mark Zuckerberg is a fascinating individual.  By all accounts, he appears to lack even rudimentary people skills but he has created a medium for inter-personal communications that has made him the world’s youngest billionaire. I am currently reading the critically acclaimed book The Facebook Effect by David Kirkpatrick, the former senior editor for Internet and technology at Fortune magazine.  The […]

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