"Economic advantages may be created by any person who surrounds himself with the advice, counsel, and personal cooperation of a group of men who are willing to lend him wholehearted aid, in a spirit of PERFECT HARMONY. This form of cooperative alliance has been the basis of nearly every great fortune. Your understanding of this … Continue reading MIND ON WEALTH, HEALTH, AND SUCCESS  – The Master Mind: The Power of Aligned Minds and Its Implication for Business and Leadership
"While we talked about an organization's culture in the last section, its people are even more important because they can change the culture for better or for worse. A culture and its people are symbiotic - the culture attracts certain kinds of people and the people in turn either reinforce or evolve the culture based … Continue reading MIND ON WEALTH, HEALTH, AND SUCCESS  – Values, Abilities and Skills: What Comes First in Deciding the Right People for Your Firm? [A Management Case]
"We were surprised, shocked really, to discover the type of leadership required for turning a good company into a great one. Compared to high-profile leaders with big personalities who make headlines and become celebrities, the good-to-great leaders seem to have come from Mars. Self-effacing, quiet, reserved, even shy - these leaders are a paradoxical blend … Continue reading MIND ON WEALTH, HEALTH, AND SUCCESS  – It’s Who!: People and Their Spirit! [A Management Case]
"What you are, so is your world. Everything in the universe is resolved into your own inward experience. It matters little what is without, for it is all a reflection of your own state of consciousness. It matters everything what you are within, for everything without will be mirrored and colored accordingly." - The World … Continue reading MIND ON WEALTH, HEALTH AND SUCCESS SERIES [Prologue] – Working on Our Inner World Is the Starting Point
"What rationale did people use to justify these rather extraordinary numbers? "New technology will change everything," the logic went. "The Internet is going to completely revolutionize all businesses," the gurus chanted. "It's the great Internet landgrab: Be sure first, be there fast, build market share - no matter how expensive - and you win," yelled … Continue reading Essays: We’re a Crawl, Walk, Run Company – the Internet Bubble and Its Lesson Contemplated in Good to Great (Jim Collins, 2001)
Haven't you seen this concept comprised of three overlapping circles somewhere? What do you think this concept implies? What do you learn and where do you think you can apply this model? There is an interesting yet fundamentally critical concept elaborated in Good to Great by Jim Collins. Called 'The Hedgehog Concept,' it is one … Continue reading Weaving Webs: Are You a Hedgehog or a Fox?
"In the investment world, you can only make money if you think different from everyone else. Bridgewater has prevented groupthink by inviting dissenting opinions from every employee in the company. When employees share independent viewpoints instead of conforming to the majority, there's a much higher chance that Bridgewater will make investment decisions no one else … Continue reading Weaving Webs: Give Me Problems, Not Answers