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"Guru" This!

Wed, 17 Feb 2010 19:42:04 +0000

I just finished an hour+ walk on the streets of Miami. I imagine I saw, say, 500 "workers." In bank branch lobbies. Hotels. Restaurants. Other miscellaneous shops. Heading into law firms and PR firms. And so on. And on. I bet 98% (literally) have pretty standard bosses who, in turn, are embedded in pretty standard […]

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Lazy?About Time?Learning Curve!

Tue, 08 Dec 2009 15:58:31 +0000

Liberation Management ran 834 pages. It more or less includes "everything" as I saw it in 1992. I'd not change a word. I was trying to figure out what was up in a brave new world, and needed to wander around a large set of ideas and examples, from IDEO to Germany's Mittelstand marvels. On […]

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About Time?
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Inc 500/Inc 5000 Conference

Mon, 22 Sep 2008 14:08:22 +0000

Debbie Weil, a social media consultant and author of The Corporate Blogging Book, catches up with Tom at the Inc 500/Inc 5000 Conference this past Friday, and asks him why blogging has changed his life. See her blog post and video.

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Summer with the Red Sox and at

Sat, 12 Jul 2008 18:01:40 +0000

I am a special fan of pitchers' duels. Zero-zero with 2 down in the ninth—then Boog Powell (old Baltimore Oriole) hits a walkoff home run and Dave McNally racks up a one hitter. That'd have been my idea of heaven. On the other hand, I enjoyed the heck out of the Red Sox game I […]

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Wed, 24 Oct 2007 13:22:05 +0000

Last week included a round tripper to Korea. Tomorrow at 4 a.m. I'm off for a month. The weekend in Vermont was perfect—such will not be the case when I return. So, I recovered from jet lag by hitting the fields—and continuing my landscaping from dawn to dusk. (More or less.) In any event, that […]

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Steve! You Da Man!

Mon, 04 Jun 2007 18:30:41 +0000

I love STEVE FARBER's Blog, on our Blogroll. It's called Extreme Leadership—and nobody does this better. "GTY" is a terrific—no, wonderful—idea. (No translation from me, you'll have to go there.) FYI1: Steve is a terrific writer, an original thinker-writer, a masterful trainer—and a boffo public speechifier for groups of 6 or 6,000. FYI2: Steve is […]

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Wed, 23 May 2007 20:30:08 +0000

Check out the comments to "Packing Light(?)." There are superb links, worth a chunk of time, far better than I'd have offered ... I guess that's the whole point of Blogging, eh?

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Tue, 20 Feb 2007 14:32:49 +0000

"Mr Thank You Note" (me) is indeed remiss in thanking all of my colleagues who Posted while I was away. From the number of comments and quality of comments, let alone the content, it seems to have been a smashing success! Hooray! Thank you! (Rick Semler, management guru and Semco [Brazil] founder, once offered a […]

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A Need to Be Heard

Tue, 23 Jan 2007 16:44:19 +0000

There seem to be two blogging camps—bloggers who allow comments at their sites and bloggers who don't. Tom has always welcomed the opportunity to participate in conversation with his readers. For some bloggers, the drawbacks to maintaining the conversation outweigh the benefits, and they decide against using that feature. Jason Kottke is one of them. […]

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Countdown …

Mon, 22 Jan 2007 16:27:07 +0000

I can already feel the withdrawal symptoms making their way toward my consciousness. In two hours I pack off my computers ... speak to the Inc. 500 25th anniversary gathering here in San Francisco at the Fairmont ... and then head to New Zealand. And 3 weeks later (12 February) I surface again. No computer. […]

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