Sat.May 18, 2013 - Fri.May 24, 2013

Minding our Ps and Qs: Civility in the Digital Age

Waxing UnLyrical

I don’t do a lot of book reviews here at WUL. For one thing, most business books are dreary reads (yes, I said it), and dreary reads are, for me, slow ones. Which means that the time I spend reading a book to (potentially) give it a review is time I could have spent doing something else… either working on my business, or doing something fun. Opinions do not a critique make. The other reason is that I don’t think of myself as a book critic.

Waxing and Waning, Lyrical and UnLyrical

Waxing UnLyrical

Can you believe WUL celebrated its fourth birthday earlier this year? I didn’t make a big deal about it as I’ve done in years past , because… well, I don’t know why. But I should have, because in a world where blogs come and go (as so much else does), I’m proud that WUL is still around. Four years may as well be four decades in our world of instant gratification! Ch-ch-ch-changes.


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A Question, a Holiday, and a New Posting Schedule

Waxing UnLyrical

For those of us in the U.S., we are heading into the Memorial Day weekend, and the unofficial start of summer. Some of you might be taking vacations that are kicked off by the long weekend, and some of you might be making a weekend getaway … like me. No, I’m not telling you where I’m going, it’s a getaway! I can’t tell you how excited I am … I haven’t had a vacation in almost six months and I need a few days off.

Monday Roundup: The Right Business Tools

Waxing UnLyrical

Happy Monday! Did you have a nice weekend? What are your plans for the week ahead? Well, it seemed you liked the roundup posts we did last week. So I’m bringing back the weekly roundup posts I used to do, way back… except now they’ll be on Mondays (or Tuesdays, if Monday is a holiday here). I figure that’s a good way to get the week started. Right? On to this week’s roundup; and this week, we’re focusing on business tools.

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How Startup Leadership Can Inspire the Team to Deliver Results and Become Great

Inspiring the team to do their best, break through barriers and achieve milestones is the core responsibility of the startup leadership. Inspiring people to do great requires installing confidence and the ability to learn from setbacks and failures.