I love the podcast format to just sit back and think out loud on what we are learning in life with leaders who are expert at interviews, like Rick Tocquigny, who leads a great podcast series called “Success Made to Last Legends.” In our 28-minute talk, we touched on several important moments in my career, thus far. Here

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Preparing Publications for a Successful Takeoff Although the publishing industry has been hard-hit by new technology and changing tastes, books remain a multi-billion-dollar business with the unique ability to shape perspectives and transport us away from reality. They also hold a particular appeal for leaders in almost every business; many professionals have published guides on

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Technology is revolutionizing our lives.  It is driving the productivity and economic growth of major economies worldwide. It is creating new processes and techniques and demanding new skills that are leading to an evolution of business models in nearly every industry.    It also has unintended consequences, ranging from the rise in mis- and disinformation to how bad actors use the same technology

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Warren Buffett once famously said “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently.” If Mr. Buffett decided to update this quote today based on our security environment, it might sound like this “Every 39 seconds, someone is trying to enter your

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(Plus Tips for Writing Both) Looking back on her childhood, the late writer Nora Ephron shared, “We all grew up with this thing that my mother said to us over and over, and over and over again, which is ‘Everything is copy.’ You’d come home with something that you thought was the tragedy of your

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In theory, Marketing and Sales should work together to enhance brand awareness and reputation, engage new and existing leads and turn prospects into customers. In theory. In reality, for many B2B companies and in certain industries—financial and professional services being particularly guilty of this—the two departments have traditionally functioned in different realms to varying degrees

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