Category Archive: Book Report

Jonah Berger reveals the secret of contagiousness

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Jonah Berger in his book “Contagious” presents six principles of contagiousness: social currency, triggers, emotions, public, practical value, story. These principles he compiled into one acronym: STEPPS. According to him, these traits could… Continue reading

Work on emotional intelligence hard, but it’s worth it

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Book – Emotional intelligence 2.0 By Travis Bradberry & Jean Greaves For me emotions are one of the most important parts of individuality. That’s why my choice was this book. It turned out… Continue reading

Book review: Creativity, Inc. by Ed Catmull

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By Miguel Otárola Living your life based on the quotes of other people doesn’t offer much room for flexibility. The same goes for leadership. I know there is not one specific formula to… Continue reading

Some realism in leadership

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By Marta Cerava An easy choice this time Seems that most of the choices I have to make takes a village.. . However this time I decided to rely on my most beloved magazine… Continue reading

Drive, The (Not So Surprising) Truth About What Motivates Us

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Before I read my book, Drive, by Daniel Pink, I had seen a Ted Talk of his online that fascinated me. In his talk he makes pretty bold statements about how everything businesses… Continue reading

Life & Death: Marcus & I

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This semester is a wonderful affirmation of the leader I’ve become, and a stark reminder of all that I’m yet to be. You see, I’ve taken my share of leadership courses growing up,… Continue reading

7 Habits: the best way to change your mind

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Alla Nadezhkina  Sow a thought, reap an action; sow an action, reap a habit; sow a habit, reap a character; sow a character, rea destiny. Stephen Covey In this blog I would like… Continue reading

Book Review: Players First

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John Calipari’s Players First: Coaching from the Inside Out was not only a smooth, easily digestible read, it offered lessons regarding building and managing a team that I feel are applicable outside of the… Continue reading

The Diary of a Stoic

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Take care that you are not made into a Caesar, that you are not dyed with this dye, for such things happen. Keep yourself then simple, good, pure, serious, free from affectation, a… Continue reading

“The Tipping Point” and little ways we can create big change

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By Sarah Jarvis Malcolm Gladwell’s The Tipping Point illustrates — through a multitude of anecdotes, surveys and experiments — how the slightest adjustments in any given process bring about huge, industry-changing effects. What causes the tipping One… Continue reading

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