Management top posts this week from across the globe


Management top posts this week from across the globe:

1. What 16 successful people read in the morning

Bill Gates Successful people read
Bill Gates

Staying informed is a constant struggle for most of us, let alone people with high-profile, high-pressure jobs. There’s usually not time to leisurely read a favorite paper over coffee.
Still, catching up on news is an important part of what’s often a very early morning for many of the world’s most successful people.

Read the complete article CLICK HERE: What 16 successful people read in the morning by Alison Griswold,Max Nisen

2. The real LEADERSHIP lessons of STEVE JOBS: Harvard Business Review

His saga is the entrepreneurial creation myth writ large: Steve Jobs cofounded Apple in his parents’ garage in 1976, was ousted in 1985, returned to rescue it from near bankruptcy in 1997, and by the time he died, in October 2011, had built it into the world’s most valuable company. Along the way he helped to transform seven industries: personal computing, animated movies, music, phones, tablet computing, retail stores, and digital publishing. He thus belongs in the pantheon of America’s great innovators, along with Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, and Walt Disney. None of these men was a saint, but long after their personalities are forgotten, history will remember how they applied imagination to technology and business.

Read the complete article by Walter Isaacson on Harvard Business Review here:Real leadership lessons

3. 100 year old Fauja Singh inspires with his amazing MARATHON run

Fauja Singh

Fauja Singh, 100 Years Old, Completes Toronto Marathon, Sets Guiness World Record (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

TORONTO – Fauja Singh secured a spot in the Guiness World Book of Records on Sunday at the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon.

The 100-year-old accomplished an amazing feat, completing the gruelling 42.195-kilometre marathon and becoming the oldest person ever to complete a full-distance marathon. It took Singh over eight hours to cross the finish line — more than six hours after Kenya’s Kenneth Mungara won the event for the fourth straight year — and he was the last competitor to complete the course. But his time wasn’t nearly remarkable as the accomplishment itself.

Read the complete Post here: Fauja Singh

4. Law of detachment

law of detachment

The Law of Detachment: In detachment lies the wisdom of uncertainty . . . in the wisdom of uncertainty lies the freedom from our past, from the known, which is the prison of past conditioning. And in our willingness to step into the unknown, the field of all possibilities, we surrender ourselves to the creative mind that orchestrates the dance of the universe.

Read the complete article here:Chopra.com 

News & Img Src: Businessinsider  Chopra.com  Huffingtonpost

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