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Which comes first, feelings or results?

When Ken Blanchard wrote (with Spencer Johnson) the now famous One Minute Manager, he said, "People who feel good about themselves produce good results."   Later, when writing Putting the One Minute Manager to Work, (with Robert Lorber) he changed course and reversed the sentiment saying, "People who produce good results feel good about themselves." I

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Windows 8 Myths

Here's a great list of Windows 8 Myths from Michael Otey over at WindowsITPros. 1) You might as well get used to Windows 8 because it’s inevitable. Windows 8 is most certainly not any more inevitable than Windows Vista was. Like Windows Vista, Windows 8 is off to a slow start. But I expect that

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Thank you WindowsXP!

 DEARLY BELOVED, we are gathered here to say goodbye to Microsoft Windows XP.  Born October 25, 2001, XP stood as a shining light in the operating systems community for three reasons. First, XP came from hardy stock, built upon the foundaton of Windows NT, not Windows 95.  THe infusion of new blood did much to

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Rate your risk and readiness…

IBM's Business Continuity Index I was browsing IBM's small-medium business pages today and ran across this useful business tool.  Here's the intro to the tool straight from the site– "Where is your enterprise vulnerable? Do your risk management activities consist of quick responses to today's threats, or do they actually help you better manage risk

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