12 Favourite Blog Posts from 2010

In this last Pocketblog of 2010, I’m simply going to signpost you to my twelve favourite posts from the last year.

In Praise of Slow Management
Slow …  They say (well, Richard Bach said it first) ‘You teach best what you most need to learn.’n  Sarcastic smile

Einstein, Model Building and Simplification
Einstein has always been a hero of mine – find out a little of why  Nyah-Nyah

Sandwich, Anyone?
A link to the brilliant Mehrabian Myth video  Devil

The Prime Minister’s Salary and a Force for Change
Equity theory – so obvious yet so widely ignored… still.  Green with envy

An Infinite Number of Coaching Acronyms
One of our most popular contributions  Laughing out loud

The Power of a Single Word
Well, I actually gave you four powerful words Winking smile

Aubrey, Maturin, Arthur and Merlin
I just liked this one – leadership fascinates me  Hot smile

Learning and Making Connections
If you don’t know the meanings of pabulum, spillikins, marplot, ginkgo, sedulous or pyxis, it’s time to break out the dictionary  Party smile

What can Pocketbooks Teach our Politicians
In sentence two, I accurately predicted the outcome of the UK General Election  Confused smile

Are you a Donkey or a Dog
I cheekily trialled an idea I went on to use in my own book on time management  Shifty

A Strong Authoritative Voice
Yes, I really DID write this BEFORE Gordon Brown’s daff with the Microphone – if only he’d read Pocketblog, things could be so different  I don't know smile

The Power of Silence
. . .   Angel

Happy New Year to all our Readers

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About Mike Clayton

Mike is an author and speaker, specialising in personal effectiveness, project management and the management of change. When we try to make change work for us, things don't always go as planned: Shift happens! Over the years, Mike has developed personal and professional strategies to anticipate and deal with shift. You can contact Mike at mike@mikeclayton.co.uk

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