A racehorse that consistently runs just a second faster than another horse is worth millions of dollars more. (H. Jackson Brown Jr)
In his book Thriving on Chaos Tom Peters states that in today’s turbulent markets the only way to be successful is to not only stand out, but to stand “way” out. Which brings me to the question of how it is possible to be “way” better than others in what we do?
Jim Collins in Good to Great says that we should do what we are really talented ... continue reading