I know little about economics but from what I can gather economists know not a lot more. A refreshing and intriguing read. Buy it here.
One of my favourite newsletters is written by John Niland of Success 121 www.success121.com In the last edition he produced these logos which he attributed to Gerard MacNamara of Schumann Associates.
“The last of human freedoms – the ability to chose one’s attitude in a given set of circumstances.” Viktor E. Frankl
Mike Dooley writes a daily message that rarely fails to raise my spirits. Here’s a recent one. Subscribe at www.tut.com/ When in doubt, Alun, show up early. Think less. Feel more. Ask once. Give thanks often. Expect the best. Appreciate everything. Never give up. Make it fun. Lead. Invent. Regroup. Wink. Chill. Smile. And live asContinue reading “Uplifting stuff from Tut”
From HSJ website an article by Sally Gainsbury Trust blames IT for £10m loss. Royal Free Hampstead Hospital trust has lost as much as £10m due to problems installing a new digital care records service, its chief executive has claimed. The trust was the first to attempt to go live with the Cerner LC1 systemContinue reading “Is this any way to run 1) a Business 2) a Health Service?”
I’m with the family in West Cork for a week, dividing my time between: working on my business & keeping up with clients’ “triumphs and disasters.” physical exertion there’s always plenty to do here spending time with my wife and son smiling because Wales have just beaten England for the third time in a rowContinue reading “Time Away”
From John Naughton’s blog. Take three minutes and smile here.
I was a member of BNI for several years and found it to be a benefit but more long term patients came to my practice from my ‘non-business’ networks. Phillip Humbert summed up my feelings in his most recent newsletter. Subscribe at http://www.philiphumbert.com One of the most common “rookie mistakes” business people make is confusingContinue reading “Networking for Profits”
“When I was 17, I read a quote that went something like: “If you live each day as if it was your last, someday you’ll most certainly be right.” It made an impression on me, and since then, for the past 33 years, I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself: “IfContinue reading “The Monday Morning Quote #28”
This book was a present from my brother who has looked upon James D. (Jim) Watson as a hero since his early teens. Watson (as in Crick & Watson of DNA discovering, Nobel prize winning legend) has written a very readable account of his life from early years through to his departure from the facultyContinue reading “The Weekend Read – Avoid Boring People by James Watson”