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The Mythology Of Management Seems To Start in First Grade

  Today I present a post by Mike Stoecklein. Thank you to Mike that he alows me to republish this here. I still remember some things from when I was in kindergarten.  My teacher was Mrs. Sears.  We took naps

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Off Topic Or Not? Rethink Homelessness

As you may have guessed, I am taking care of this blog from a stable comfort zone: I have a good job and my family and I have a nice home. It is quite easy to write about things like

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5 Steps to Find Your Own Personality Brand

Some time ago, I wrote about brands from a more critical point of view. Today I want to show that having your own “personality brand” is good, nevertheless. Having your own brand helps to define your own place in life

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What is the Zero Waste Workweek?

I’m sure most of my readers have heard of or read the book “The Four Hour Workweek” by Tim Ferris. Today, I want to put something against it that is even better: The Zero Waste Workweek. It is not about

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How to Build Your Portable Scrum or Kanban Board

Do you need a Scrum or Kanban board that you can take everywhere? Do you have limited space at home? Do you want to keep your walls and furniture free of sticky notes? You could go high-tech and use one

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