10,000 Hours for Success

 Malcom Gladwell made the concept of 10,000 hours famous in his book Outliers. In his best-selling book, he discusses how successful people such as The Beatles and Bill Gates became seemingly overnight sensations. But in reality, they became outliers through lots of practice – 10,000 hours of practice. Bill Gates had been writing code for […] Read more →

Are You a Driver of Your Career or a Passenger?

We’ve all heard of back seat drivers. They sit in the car and criticize the driver. They tell the driver when to turn, when to slow down, and when to speed up. Not all passengers are like that. Some just sit back, close their eyes and nap through the ride. It is indicative of how … Continue reading Are You a Driver of Your Career or a Passenger?

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The Stone Soup Approach to Consulting

The old folk story of stone soup is about three vagrant travelers passing through a small town with nothing but a cooking pot. They ask residents of the town for food but meet resistance at every door. Finally, they go to the local stream and fill their cooking pot with water. They place a large … Continue reading The Stone Soup Approach to Consulting

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