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His article in the weekend Wall Street Journal, “The Perfect Stimulus: Bad Management” is the perfect example.
If you want a good laugh as you absorb some entrepreneurial insights, then click on over to his article on why bad management is the cornerstone of the entrepreneurial spirit in this country.
You’ll enjoy great one-liners like, “The primary purpose of management is to kill any hope that staying in your current job will work out for you… Remember, only quitters can be winners, because you can’t do something great until first you quit doing something that isn’t.”
And my favorite, “I think we all understood that working in a cubicle and being managed by Satan’s learning-challenged little brother was not a recipe for happiness.”
Sometimes the only way to keep from crying about work is to laugh about it.
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I love American Idol, but its commercial breaks are longer than the show itself. If you add the previews (which duplicate most of the content,) there’s time to accomplish quite a bit between segments.
How do you use all that time?!
Here’s my list of 10 tasks you can complete during an American Idol commercial break:
Those commercials make up a good part of one’s evening. Why just sit there?
What else belongs on this list?
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It’s Tuesday, and while I thoroughly enjoyed Monday with my family, part of me wants Monday back.
I can’t do Monday planning on Tuesday! I need to have a certain amount of momentum by now. And to top it all off, I lost my procrastination wiggle-room.
I’ll survive, of course. But for all the flexibility and willingness to adjust that I recommend for the poised leader, I’m feeling remarkably out of my routine today.
How do you get back into the groove after being away?